Tupac’s ‘2Pacalypse Now’ Celebrates 25th Anniversary With Vinyl Debut

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Tupac’s debut studio album is set to make a colossal return to the market, celebrating its 25th year anniversary. 2Pacalypse Now, released in 1991, was the hard-hitting introduction thrusting Pac onto the hip-hop map, highlighting many issues the black community still faces today with his brash lyricism. The project will be available online on  vinyl and cassette form this Friday (Nov. 11).

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The 25th anniversary edition of 2Pacalypse Now will be packaged as a double LP and pressed on 180-gram vinyl. The cassette version will include the original booklet from 1992 featuring the original photos and artwork covering Makaveli’s rise.

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Don’t miss this opportunity to get your hands on a collectible hip-hop artifact. #RIPTupac