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    2Pacalypse Now is the debut album by rapper Tupac Shakur, released in November 1991. Though less polished than his later albums, it is his most overtly political work. He addresses social problems such as racism, police brutality, poverty and teenage pregnancy, some issues giving a lyrical glimpse into the world of a young black person on the urban streets of the United States.
    1.  "Young Black Male"    Big D The Impossible (D Evans)  2:35
    2.  "Trapped" (featuring Shock G)  The Underground Railroad  4:44
    3.  "Soulja's Story"    Big D The Impossible  5:05
    4.  "I Don't Give a Fuck" (featuring Pogo)  Pee-Wee (R Gooden)  4:20
    5.  "Violent"    Raw Fusion (R Brooks & D Elliot)  6:25
    6.  "Words of Wisdom"    Shock G (G Jacobs)  4:54
    7.  "Something Wicked" (featuring Pee-Wee)  Jeremy  2:28
    8.  "Crooked Ass Nigga" (featuring Stretch)  Stretch (R Walker)  4:17
    9.  "If My Homie Calls"    Big D The Impossible  4:18
    10.  "Brenda's Got a Baby" (featuring Dave Hollister)  The Underground Railroad  3:55
    11.  "Tha' Lunatic" (featuring Stretch)  Shock G  3:29
    12.  "Rebel of the Underground" (featuring Ray Luv & Shock G)  Shock G  3:17
    13.  "Part Time Mutha" (featuring Angelique & Poppi)  Big D The Impossible  5:13

    Strictly 4 My N.I.G.G.A.Z. is the second studio album by West Coast rapper 2Pac, released on February 16, 1993 through Atlantic/Interscope Records. Similar to his debut, 2Pacalypse Now, the album contains many tracks emphasizing 2Pac's political and social views. The album was going to be named "Troublesome 21", the 21 referring to Shakur's age at the time.
    1.  "Holler If Ya Hear Me"    Stretch  4:38
    2.  "Pac's Theme" (Interlude)  The Underground Railroad  1:56
    3.  "Point the Finga"    Big D The Impossible  4:25
    4.  "Something 2 Die 4" (Interlude)  2Pac & Big D The Impossible  2:43
    5.  "Last Wordz" (featuring Ice Cube & Ice-T)  Bobby "Bobcat" Ervin  3:36
    6.  "Souljah's Revenge"    Bobcat  3:16
    7.  "Peep Game" (featuring Deadly Threat)  Bobcat  4:28
    8.  "Strugglin'" (featuring Live Squad)  Live Squad (Stretch, Majesty & K-Lowe)  3:33
    9.  "Guess Who's Back"    Edward "Special Ed" Archer  3:06
    10.  "Representin' 93"    Truman Jefferson  3:34
    11.  "Keep Ya Head Up"    Daryl "DJ Daryl" Anderson  4:22
    12.  "Strictly 4 My N.I.G.G.A.Z..."    Larry "Lay Law" Goodman  5:55
    13.  "The Streetz R Deathrow"    Stretch  3:26
    14.  "I Get Around" (featuring Digital Underground)  The D-Flow Production Squad  4:19
    15.  "Papa'z Song" (featuring Wycked & Poppi)  Big D The Impossible  5:25
    16.  "5 Deadly Venomz" (featuring Treach, Apache & Live Squad)  Stretch  5:13

    Me Against the World is the third studio album by American hip hop artist Tupac Shakur. It was released March 14, 1995 on Jive Records through Interscope Records. The album was recorded over the course of several weeks prior to Shakur's imprisonment resulting from a sexual assault conviction. It was this impending prison sentence which many believe might have contributed to Shakur's artistic re-emergence on record, as his material is believed by Steve Huey of Allmusic to have become markedly more "confessional", "reflective", and "soul-baring".[2]
    1  "Intro"  1:40  Tony Pizarro  Sarah Diamond, Debby Hambrick, Jay Jensen, Jill Jones, Dan O'Leary  
    2  "If I Die 2Nite"  4:01  Easy Mo Bee  Tupac Shakur  
        "Deep Cover" by Dr. Dre[34]
        "Tonight" by Kleeer[35]
        "Tonight's the Night" by Betty Wright
    3  "Me Against the World"  4:40  Soulshock & Karlin  Shakur, Dramacydal  
        "Inside My Love" by Minnie Riperton
        "Walk On By" by Isaac Hayes
    4  "So Many Tears"  3:59  Shock G  Shakur  
        "That Girl" by Stevie Wonder
    5  "Temptations"  5:00  Easy Mo Bee  Shakur  
        Contains interpolation of "Computer Love" by Zapp
        "Sing a Simple Song" by Sly & the Family Stone
        "Watch Your Nuggets" by Redman[36]
    6  "Young Niggaz"  4:53  Le-morrious "Funky Drummer" Tyler, Moe Z.M.D.  Shakur  
        Contains interpolation of "She's Strange" by Cameo
        "Sing a Simple Song" by Sly and the Family Stone
    7  "Heavy in the Game"  4:23  Sam Bostic, Mike Mosley  Shakur, Lady Levi, Richie Rich  
        Contains interpolation of "Just Be Good to Me" by The SOS Band[37]
    8  "Lord Knows"  4:31  Brian G  Shakur  
        "All I Ask" by The Blackbyrds
    9  "Dear Mama"  4:40  Tony Pizarro  Shakur  
        "In My Wildest Dreams" by Joe Sample
        Contains interpolation of "Sadie" by The Spinners[38]
    10  "It Ain't Easy"  4:53  Tony Pizarro  Shakur  
    11  "Can U Get Away"  5:45  Mike Mosley  Shakur  
        Contains interpolation of "Happy Feelin's" by Maze featuring Frankie Beverly
    12  "Old School"  4:40  Soulshock  Shakur  
        "Dedication" by Brand Nubian
        "We Share" by the Soul Searchers[39]
    13  "Fuck the World"  4:13  Shock G  Shakur  
    14  "Death Around the Corner"  4:07  Johnny "J"  Shakur  
        Contains excerpts from the films American Me and The Untouchables[40]
    15  "Outlaw"  4:32  Moe Z.M.D.  Shakur, Dramacydal

    All Eyez on Me is the fourth studio album by American rapper 2Pac, released February 13, 1996 on Death Row Records and Interscope Records. It was the last album released during 2Pac's lifetime, before he died 7 months later on September 13, 1996.
    book 1 
    1.  "Ambitionz az a Ridah"    Daz Dillinger  4:39
    2.  "All bout U" (featuring Nate Dogg, Snoop Dogg, Dru Down & Fatal-N-Felony)  Johnny "J" & 2Pac  4:37
    3.  "Skandalouz" (featuring Nate Dogg)  Daz Dillinger  4:09
    4.  "Got My Mind Made Up" (featuring Tha Dogg Pound, Method Man & Redman)  Daz Dillinger  5:13
    5.  "How Do U Want It" (featuring K-Ci & JoJo)  Johnny "J"  4:47
    6.  "2 of Amerikaz Most Wanted" (featuring Snoop Dogg)  Daz Dillinger  4:07
    7.  "No More Pain"    DeVanté Swing  6:14
    8.  "Heartz of Men"    DJ Quik  4:43
    9.  "Life Goes On"    Johnny "J"  5:02
    10.  "Only God Can Judge Me" (featuring Rappin' 4-Tay)  Doug Rasheed and Harold Scrap Fretty for The Bullets Production Team  4:57
    11.  "Tradin War Stories" (featuring C-Bo, Dramacydal & Storm)  Mike Mosley & Rick Rock  5:29
    12.  "California Love (Remix)" (featuring Dr. Dre & Roger Troutman)  Dr. Dre  6:25
    13.  "I Ain't Mad at Cha" (featuring Danny Boy)  Daz Dillinger  4:53
    14.  "What'z Ya Phone #" (featuring Danny Boy)  Johnny "J" & 2Pac  5:10
    1.  "Can't C Me" (featuring George Clinton)  Dr. Dre  5:30
    2.  "Shorty Wanna Be a Thug"    Johnny "J"  3:51
    3.  "Holla at Me" (featuring Jewell)  Bobby Ervin & DJ Naya  4:56
    4.  "Wonda Why They Call U Bitch"    Johnny "J" & 2Pac  4:19
    5.  "When We Ride" (featuring Outlaw Immortalz)  DJ Pooh  5:09
    6.  "Thug Passion" (featuring Jewell, Dramacydal & Storm)  Johnny "J" & 2Pac  5:08
    7.  "Picture Me Rollin'" (featuring CPO, Danny Boy & Big Syke)  Johnny "J"  5:15
    8.  "Check Out Time" (featuring Kurupt, Big Syke & Natasha Walker)  Johnny "J"  4:39
    9.  "Ratha Be Ya Nigga" (featuring Richie Rich)  Doug Rasheed  4:14
    10.  "All Eyez on Me" (featuring Big Syke)  Johnny "J"  5:08
    11.  "Run Tha Streetz" (featuring Michel'le, Napoleon & Storm)  Johnny "J" & 2Pac  5:17
    12.  "Ain't Hard 2 Find" (featuring C-Bo, D-Shot, B-Legit, E-40 & Richie Rich)  Mike Mosley & Rick Rock  4:29
    13.  "Heaven Ain't Hard 2 Find" (featuring Danny Boy)  QD3  3:58

    The Don Killuminati: The 7 Day Theory is the fifth and final studio album by Tupac Shakur, under the new stage name Makaveli, finished before his death and his first studio album to be posthumously released.[2] The album was completely finished in a total of seven days during the month of August 1996.[3] The lyrics were written and recorded in only three days and mixing took an additional four days. These are among the very last songs he recorded before his fatal shooting on September 7, 1996.
    1  "Intro/Bomb First (My Second Reply)  4:57  T. Shakur (as Makaveli),Big D, Malcolm Greenidge, Rufus Cooper  Big D, and Makaveli* Additional production by Tommy "D" Daugherty, Lance Pierre, and Justin Isham*  E.D.I. Mean & Young Noble
    2  "Hail Mary"  5:09  Makaveli, Fetal Embrace, Yafeu Fula , Marika Kastrouni, Joe Paquette, Tyrone Wrice, R. Cooper  Hurt-M-Badd* Additional production by Tommy "D" Daugherty, Lance Pierre, and Justin Isham*  Kastro, Young Noble & Yaki Kadafi
    3  "Toss It Up"  5:06  Makaveli, Aaron Hall, Danny Boy, Demetrius Shipp, Cedric "K-Ci" Hailey, Joel "JoJo" Hailey, Reggie Moore  Demetrius Shipp and Reggie Moore  Danny Boy, K-Ci & JoJo, Aaron Hall  
        Contains a sample of "Blind Man Can See It" by James Brown
        Contains an interpolation of "No Diggity" by BLACKstreet
    4  "To Live & Die in L.A."  4:33  Makaveli, Val Young  QDIII  Val Young  
        Contains a sample of "Do Me, Baby" by Prince
    5  "Blasphemy"  4:38  Makaveli, J. Paquette, T. Wrice  Hurt-M-Badd* Additional production by Tommy "D" Daugherty, Lance Pierre, and Justin Isham*  Prince Ital Joe
    6  "Life of an Outlaw"  4:55  Makaveli, Big D, M. Greenidge, Marika Kastrouni, Mutah Beale and R. Cooper  Darryl Big D and Makaveli* Additional production by Tommy "D" Daugherty, Lance Pierre, and Justin Isham*  Young Noble, E.D.I. Mean, Kastro, Napoleon
    7  "Just Like Daddy"  5:08  Makaveli, M. Greenidge, T. Wrice, Yafeu Fula, R. Cooper  Hurt-M-Badd  E.D.I. Mean, Yaki Kadafi & Young Noble  
    8  "Krazy"  5:15  Makaveli, Jamarr Stamps, D. Harper  Big D* Additional production Lance Pierre, and Kevin Lewis*  Bad Azz
    9  "White Man'z World"  5:38  Makaveli, D. Harper  Big D* Additional production by Tommy "D" Daugherty, Lance Pierre, and Justin Isham*  Darryl "Big D" Harper  
        Contains a sample from Writer-director Spike Lee's epic portrayal "Malcom X" and exerts from the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan
    10  "Me and My Girlfriend"  5:10  Makaveli, D. Harper & T. Wrice  Darryl "Big D" Harper, Hurt-M-Badd and Makaveli* Additional production by Tommy "D" Daugherty, Lance Pierre, and Justin Isham*  
    11  "Hold Ya Head"  3:58  Makaveli, T. Wrice  Hurt-M-Badd* Additional production by Tommy "D" Daugherty, Lance Pierre, and Justin Isham*  Hurt M Badd
    12  "Against All Odds"  4:36  Makaveli, T. Wrice  Hurt-M-Badd and Makaveli* Additional production by Tommy "D" Daugherty, Lance Pierre, and Justin Isham*   
        Contains a sample of "Skin I'm In" by Cameo and The Francis Ford Coppola 1972 "God Father" Classic

    R U Still Down? (Remember Me) is the second posthumous album by 2Pac, released in 1997. Although it is the second album release after his death, it is the first to be finished without the creative input of 2Pac. Having left a large body of work behind, this was the first release from his mother's new imprint Amaru Entertainment, set up to control his posthumous releases.
    disc 1 
    1  "Redemption (Intro)"   We Got Kidz & Ricky Rouse  1:48
    2  "Open Fire"   Akshun  2:52
    3  "R U Still Down? (Remember Me)"   Tony Pizarro  4:07
    4  "Hellrazor"  Stretch & Val Young  QDIII  4:15
    5  "Thug Style"   We Got Kidz  4:16
    6  "Where Do We Go From Here (Interlude)"   2Pac & Tony Pizarro  4:21
    7  "I Wonder If Heaven Got a Ghetto"   Soulshock & Karlin  4:21
    8  "Nothing To Lose"   2Pac & Live Squad  3:39
    9  "I'm Gettin' Money"   Mike Mosley  3:32
    10  "Lie To Kick It"  Richie Rich  Warren G  3:39
    11  "Fuck All Y'all"   We Got Kidz  4:32
    12  "Let Them Thangs Go"   We Got Kidz  3:33
    13  "Definition Of A Thug Nigga"   Warren G  4:09
    disc 2
    1  "Ready 4 Whatever"  Big Syke  Johnny "J"  4:05
    2  "When I Get Free"   We Got Kidz  4:46
    3  "Hold On Be Strong"   Choo  4:11
    4  "I'm Losin' It"  Big Syke & Spice 1  Tony Pizarro  3:55
    5  "Fake Ass Bitches"   Johnny "J"  3:10
    6  "Do For Love"  Eric Williams of Blackstreet  Soulshock & Karlin, J Dilla (uncredited)  4:42
    7  "Enemies With Me"  Dramacydal  We Got Kidz  4:15
    8  "Nothin' But Love"   2Pac & DJ Daryl  4:17
    9  "16 On Death Row"   2Pac  5:42
    10  "I Wonder If Heaven Got A Ghetto (Hip-Hop Version)"   Soulshock & Karlin  4:40
    11  "When I Get Free II"   Chris Rosser  3:22
    12  "Black Starry Night (Interlude)"   DJ Daryl  0:48
    13  "Only Fear Of Death"   Live Squad  5:09

    Until the End of Time is the fourth posthumous studio album release from the late rapper Tupac Shakur. This album consists of a collection of unreleased material and remixed songs from Tupac's "Makaveli" period while signed to Death Row Records. This album was the second album released without Shakur's creative input.
    disc 1
    1.  "Ballad of a Dead Soulja"    Remix by Cold 187um Original by Johnny "J"  4:15
    2.  "Fuck Friendz" (featuring Tiffany Villarreal)  QD III  5:19
    3.  "Lil' Homies"    Johnny "J"  3:43
    4.  "Let Em Have It" (featuring SKG & Honey)  L.T. Hutton  4:53
    5.  "Good Life" (featuring Big Syke & E.D.I.)  Mike Mosley  4:17
    6.  "Letter 2 My Unborn" (featuring Anthem & Tena Jones)  Remix by Trackmasters Original by Johnny "J"  3:55
    7.  "Breathin'" (featuring Outlawz)  Johnny "J"  4:04
    8.  "Happy Home" (featuring Yusef Sharid, Barbara Wilson & Tracy Hardin)  Remix by JIM GITTUM, Daren Vegas & Crooked I Original by Johnny "J"  3:56
    9.  "All Out" (featuring Outlawz)  Big Simon Says  5:32
    10.  "Fuckin' with the Wrong Nigga"    Hurt-M-Badd  3:37
    11.  "Thug n U Thug n Me (Remix)" (featuring K-Ci & JoJo)  Johnny "J"  4:11
    12.  "Everything They Owe" (featuring Timothy)  Johnny "J"  3:07
    13.  "Until The End of Time" (featuring RL)  Remix by Trackmasters Original by Johnny "J"  4:26
    14.  "M.O.B." (featuring Outlawz & Thug Life)  Remix by Ant Banks Original by Kurt Couthan  5:01
    15.  "World Wide Mob Figgaz" (featuring Outlawz & Ta'he)  Johnny "J"  4:37
    disc 2

    Better Dayz is the fifth posthumous studio album by late American rapper Tupac Shakur. The fourth to be released without the artist's creative input and the last so far to be a double-album.
    disc 1
    1.  "Intro"    7 Aurelius  0:56
    2.  "Still Ballin'" (featuring Trick Daddy)  Johnny J - Remixed by Nitty  2:50
    3.  "When We Ride on Our Enemies"    Johnny J - Remixed by BRISS  2:54
    4.  "Changed Man" (featuring Johnta Austin and T.I.)  Johnny J - Remixed by Jazze Pha  3:52
    5.  "Fuck Em All" (featuring Outlawz)  Johnny J  4:26
    6.  "Never B Peace" (featuring E.D.I. and Kastro)  Johnny J - Remixed by Nitty  4:59
    7.  "Mama's Just a Little Girl"    Johnny J - Remixed by Kip "KP" Wilson  4:58
    8.  "Street Fame"    Daz Dillinger - Remixed by BRISS  4:30
    9.  "Whatcha Gonna Do?" (featuring Outlawz)  Johnny J - Remixed by E.D.I.  3:39
    10.  "Fair Xchange" (featuring Jazze Pha)  Johnny J - Remixed by Jazze Pha  3:52
    11.  "Late Night" (featuring Outlawz)  DJ Quik  4:18
    12.  "Ghetto Star" (featuring Nutt-So)  Go-Twice  4:15
    13.  "Thugz Mansion (Acoustic Version)" (featuring Nas and J.Phoenix)  Johhny J - Remixed by A. "Pitboss" Johnson, Aulsondro "Novelist" Hamilton, and Claudio Cueni  4:13
    disc 2
    1  "My Block" (remix)  2Pac  Easy Mo Bee - Remixed by Nitty
    2  "Thugz Mansion"  2Pac featuring Anthony Hamilton  Johnny J - Remixed by 7 Aurelius
    3  "Never Call U Bitch Again"  2Pac featuring Tyrese  Johnny J
    4  "Better Dayz"  2Pac featuring Ron Isley  Johnny J
    5  "U Can Call"  2Pac featuring Jazze Pha  Johnny J - Remixed by Jazze Pha
    6  "Military Minds"  2Pac featuring Cocoa Brovaz and Buckshot  Darryl "Big D" Harper - Remixed by E.D.I.
    7  "Fame"  2Pac featuring Outlawz  Hurt M Badd
    8  "Fair Xchange" (remix)  2Pac featuring Mýa  Johnny J - Remixed by Troy Johnson
    9  "Catchin' Feelins"  2Pac featuring Outlawz  E.D.I.
    10  "There U Go"  2Pac featuring Outlawz  Johnny J
    11  "This Life I Lead"  2Pac featuring Outlawz  Johnny J
    12  "Who Do U Believe In?"  2Pac featuring Kadafi and Big Pimpin' Delemond  Johnny J
    13  "They Don't Give a Fuck About Us"  2Pac featuring Outlawz  Johnny J
    14  "Outro"  2Pac

    Loyal to the Game is the sixth posthumous studio album by Tupac Shakur. It contains remixes of previously unreleased music recorded by Shakur before his death in 1996. Released in the United States on December 14, 2004 (December 12 in the United Kingdom), Loyal to the Game was produced by Eminem.
    1.  "Soldier Like Me"       3:50
    2.  "The Uppercut" (feat. E.D.I. Mean & Young Noble)     3:50
    3.  "Out On Bail"       3:54
    4.  "Ghetto Gospel" (feat. Elton John)     3:58
    5.  "Black Cotton" (feat. Eminem, Kastro & Young Noble)     5:03
    6.  "Loyal to the Game" (feat. G-Unit)     3:23
    7.  "Thugs Get Lonely Too" (feat. Nate Dogg)     4:48
    8.  "N.I.G.G.A. (Never Ignorant Getting Goals Accomplished)" (feat. Jadakiss)     3:02
    9.  "Who Do You Love?"       3:28
    10.  "Crooked Nigga Too"       2:55
    11.  "Don't You Trust Me?" (feat. Dido)     4:55
    12.  "Hennessey" (feat. Obie Trice)     3:27
    13.  "Thug 4 Life"       2:54
    Sample credits

    Pac's Life is the seventh posthumously released studio album from the late American rapper 2Pac, commemorating the tenth anniversary of his death. It was released November 21, 2006, in the United States, on Amaru Entertainment and Interscope Records. The album has failed to achieve Gold certification in the United States.[1]
    1  Untouchable (Remix) (featuring: Krayzie Bone)  Swizz Beatz
    (originally: Johnny J)
    2  Pac's Life (featuring: Ashanti & T.I.)  L. T. Hutton
    (originally: Johnny J)
    3  Dumpin' (featuring: Hussein Fatal, Papoose & Carl Thomas)
    (originally featured: Kurupt, Gonzoe, Scarlo & Nutt-So)
     Sha Money XL
    (originally: Daz Dillinger)
    4  Playa Cardz Right (Female Version) (featuring: Keyshia Cole)
    (originally featured: Michel'le, Big Syke, Mopreme, Kadafi & E.D.I.)
     Karma Productions
    (originally: Johnny J)
    5  What'z Next? (featuring: A3, Jay Rock)
    (originally featured: Big Syke & Mopreme)
     Salih Williams
    (originally: Johnny J)
    6  Sleep (featuring: Young Buck, Chamillionaire)
    (originally featured: E.D.I. & Hussein Fatal)
     Sha Money XL
    (originally: Daz Dillinger)
    7  International (featuring: Nipsey Hussle, Young Dre The Truth)
    (originally featured: Boot Camp Click & Snoop Dogg)
     L.T. Hutton
    (originally: Kurupt)
    8  Don't Sleep (featuring: Lil Scrappy, Nutt-So, Kadafi, Stormy)
    (originally featured: Outlawz, Nutt-So & Lil' Big)
    (originally: Go-Twice)
    9  Soon As I Get Home (featuring: Kadafi)  QD3  3:40
    10  Playa Cardz Right (Male Version) (featuring: Ludacris, Keon Bryce)
    (originally featured: Hurt-M-Badd[3], Big Syke, Mopreme, Kadafi & E.D.I.)
     Sha Money XL
    (originally: Johnny J)
    11  Don't Stop (featuring: Big Syke, Outlawz & Stormy)
    (originally featured: Outlawz)
     L.T. Hutton
    (originally: Johnny J)
    12  Pac's Life (Remix) (featuring: Snoop Dogg, Chris Starr & T.I.)  L. T. Hutton
    (originally: Johnny J)
    13  Untouchable (featuring: Kadafi, Hussein Fatal & Gravy)  Sha Money XL
    (originally: Johnny J)
    14  Dear Mama (Remix) (UK Bonus Track) (featuring: Anthony Hamilton)  Frank Nitty
    (originally: Tony Pizarro)
    15  Scared Straight (Japan Bonus Track)  Karma Productions
    (originally: DJ Fuze)

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    Predeterminado Re: Descargar Discografia de 2pac - gratis

    Super bueno el post pero lamento decirte que esa no es toda su discografia porga a pesar que que haya fallecido siguio sacando disco

    yo tengo todos estos disco que son mesclas de los discos que saco. que he ido recopilando de distintos sitios web

    igual super bueno el post

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