Tupac Shakur’s Life Reflected In The Words of Author Kevin Powell On The 25th Anniversary of Pac’s Death
25 years later, Tupac's life inspires the poem that sheds insight on the spirit of Hip-Hop's most influential rapper and his comrade.
The track was originally recorded 25 years ago during the height of the beef between the two rap legends.
The station and its affiliates have also launched The Prince Channel highlighted by its 'Purple Playlists.'
This VIBE Q feature originally appeared in the April 1995 issue of VIBE Magazine | Written by Kevin Powell | Cover photography by Reisig & Taylor
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