21 years after his untimely death, Hip-Hop and Westcoast, as well as music legend, poet and activist, Tupac Shakur, still resonates with many still till this day.
Whether through his music, interviews, earlier this year released biopic, All Eyez On Me, to several upcoming docu-series set to soon air across various networks. Tupac’s work and even his death have fascinated many to keep his name and legacy alive throughout the two plus decades.
One of those upcoming mini docu-series, Who Killed Tupac? Which is tentatively set to be released sometime later this year through A&E, has even inspired one of Pac’s biggest influences, The Game to release the tribute track, Heaven 4 a Gangster. Which Billboard premiered earlier today on the 21st anniversary of the late great legends death.
The Game as only he knows how to do, spits some clever punchlines about what he thinks Tupac would think if he was still alive and how he would be disgusted with not only some of the Hip-Hop music being produced today, but a lot of what’s going in the world right now.
The fellow L.A. bred-emcee had the following to say to Billboard about the track, “It was my perception of what I thought the mental premonitions of Tupac and Hip-Hop would be seen as today. Are we understood or are our testimonies categorized as a sin? Again is there a ‘Heaven 4 a Gangster?’ I want to know.”
Let us know what you think and R.I.P. to one of the all-time greats