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Feb. 8, 2021

2Pac: All Eyez On Me (1996). A Classic Triumph Shaped By Tragedy

2Pac: All Eyez On Me (1996). A Classic Triumph Shaped By Tragedy

B. Cox and J. Owe take a look back at 2Pac's acclaimed fourth studio album, 1996's All Eyez On Me. It was a double-disc of classic singles and historic album cuts fueled by Shakur's emotions surrounding his recent incarceration and perceived betrayal of those closest to him. He used this classic to take Death Row Records from a top rap label to a pop cultural brand that shot to the top of the industry's consciousness.

Show Notes

Stereogum: All Eye On Me Turns 20


Ambrosia For Heads: Why Tupac's "All Eyez On Me" Remains The First & Last Flawed Classic Album


Hip-Hop DX: All Eyez On Him; Celebrating 2Pac's Magnum Opus


Albumism: Revisiting the 5 Best Songs From 2Pac's "All Eyez On Me: (1996)


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