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Tupac Shakur's Most Socially Conscious Lyrics: 10 Times He Was at His Most Woke
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Home 2Pac feat. How Do U Want It clean version testo. How do u want it? How does it feel? Comin' up as a nigga in the cash game Livin' in the fast lane, I'm for real How do u want it? How do you feel? Comin' up as a nigga in the cash game Livin' in the fast lane, I'm for real Love the way you activate your hips and push your ass out Got a nigga wantin' it so bad I'm 'bout to pass out Wanna dig you and I can't even lie about it Baby just alleviate your clothes, time to fly up out it Catch you at a club, oh shit, you got me fiendin' Body talkin' shit to me but I can't comprehend the meaning Now if you wanna roll with me, then here's your chance Doin' eighty on the freeway, police catch me if you can Forgive me I'm a rider, still I'm just a simple man All I want is money, fuck the fame I'm a simple man Mr.
All Eyez on Me is the fourth studio album by American rapper 2Pac and the last to be released during his lifetime , released on February 13, , by Death Row and Interscope Records. It featured five singles in all, the most of any of Shakur's albums. Moreover, All Eyez on Me made history as the first ever double-full-length hip-hop solo studio album released for mass consumption globally. The album was certified Diamond by the RIAA on July 23, , eighteen years after Shakur's death,   with shipments of over 5 million copies each disc in the double album counted as a separate unit for certification. At the time, Shakur was broke and thus unable to make bail himself.
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Tupac Shakur contained multitudes. He was a brilliant poet, a highly trained and skilled actor, advocate and free-thinker. But his words have outlived him, and many are just as relevant now as they were while he was still breathing. This famous story of a 12 year old girl molested by her family, impregnated, turned out and strung out in the street is one of his darkest and most poignant. Pac lays out the story in a single verse, with strong active language that paints a vivid picture free of florid detail. Here Pac delineates some of the Catch 22s of the Trap.