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All Eyez On Him Tupac Shakur.

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Introduction"Tupac cares if don't nobody else care"('2Pac Greatest Hits' 1). Tupac Shakur was one of the most popular artists on the Hip Hop music scene. He made a large amount of money throughout his career. He even made a good amount after his death. He told his fans about what he believed in and what happened to him throughout his life. Tupac told people how it was, or at least how it was from his point of view. He had an amazing impact on his fans, the media, and even other artists. Tupac is so interesting to me because he had a hard life and he was still able to rise above it all and tell people about it through his music. He had a very unique lifestyle. He was able to express himself so freely, and he never cared what other people thought about it. That is a real accomplishment. He also had many other great accomplishments in his life such as movies, cds, and even books. I also have a great interest in his death because there are so many unanswered questions about it. He had a great respect for things in life. Most people do not agree with the things that Tupac did, but he only did those things to take care of his family, just as any person would do. He always put the ones he cared about before anything. Tupac did have bad things to his name, such as jail, but he had a lot of good qualities to his name also. Tupac is both hated and loved by people all over the world. Some people really love the messages that he puts out in his music and others don't like it at all. Tupac had a very involved life and had achieved more great accomplishments in short period of time than others could achieve in their entire lifetime.SourcesFor my search I went to the internet and typed in 'Tupac Shakur', many different website came up, but I only used a few because the others were either in a different language or they were untrue. I also watched part of a video that he was in and I got a few quotes form that. In the video, the narrator also talks about his death, and his funeral. The source that proved to be the most useful was www.tupac.com because it had factual information on it. It had interviews with him talking about special and important events in his life and a biography on him. It had many other things that were not necessary for this paper (such as pictures, etc.). This source seemed have the information in which the people who wrote it sounded like they knew what they were talking about. I also found many things at this web site about his death and the many mysteries of it.I got my best information from his cds. And they weren't just any of his cds; they were his best sellers, and his hit songs. Many of these came at certain turmoil points in his life so they describe what's going on in his life at the time the best. They told everyone about what he was going through as he was going through it. And not how the media interpreted it, it was all how it actually happened to Tupac. I feel that these were the best sources because this tells about him best...

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