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03/24/2017 at 23:06. Facebook
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Label representation was seen usually around the necks of artists like #2pac's Death Row piece. Estimated to be worth $12,000, this piece has been rumored to have started the trend. #AllEyezOnMe #TupacLives
Codeblack The Blueprint
03/22/2017 at 14:00. Facebook
ARM OF THE LAW - By Alyesha Wise

Racism intertwines with education, politics, class, money, religion and the constant struggle for social justice and humanity. Let the conversation continue and WATCH Shots Fired tonight on FOX #StayWoke Don’t just chant, be the change and put action behind your words! #ShotsFired
Codeblack The Blueprint
03/21/2017 at 19:41. Facebook
Tupac was a trendsetter, and loved designer glasses, including anything by Jean Paul Gaultier. #AllEyezOnMe in theaters June 16
Tupac was inspired by the heroic courage of Nat Turner and though there’s no agreed-upon meaning behind Pac’s Exodus 1831 tattoo, the strongest evidence points to it being a reference to the 1831 rebellion. #AllEyezOnMe
"Leave our legends names out ya f--kin old ass puppy piss smelling a-- mouth & continue to focus on dividing minorities, building barriers, alienating immigrants, &f--kin this country up like u been doin.... #UWannaBeDictator#PresidentialLevelF--kBoy,"

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T.I. Drags Trump in Epic Instagram Defense of Snoop Dogg

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“You know what my momma used to tell me. If ya can't find something to live for.... then you BEST, find something ta die for” -2pac

This chest piece, Queen Nefertiti, symbolizes black grace and excellence and represents his love for his mother Afeni Shakur. The text comes from the lyric above in his song ‘Something 2 Die 4’ #AllEyezOnMe
"To Pimp a Butterfly was addressing the problem. I'm in a space now where I'm not addressing the problem anymore. We're in a time where we exclude one major component out of this whole thing called life: God. Nobody speaks on it because it's almost in conflict with what's going on in the world when you talk about politics and government and the system."

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Kendrick Lamar Talks New Album, Social Responsibility

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“A lot of our fans, they always say Salt-N-Pepa and Spinderella was the soundtrack to their lives… We’re just not going anywhere,” said Pepa. “Our songs are here to stay.”

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Salt-N-Pepper Continue Hit I Love the 90's Tour

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This tattoo specifically symbolized black unity. Pac believed that if one black person from every state joined together with him, they’d be stronger than an AK-47 #AllEyezOnMe
These masks represent Tupac’s passion for acting–his first form of artistic expression–but the text ‘smile now, cry later’ is a nod to his philosophy on life. #AllEyezOnMe