Tupac Amaru Shakur was more than just a rapper; he was a promising actor, a published poet, and to his true fans, an icon that might or might not still be here among the living. Few musicians have inspired such devotion and universal admiration, and even fewer are as open, real, and raw as the late hip-hop star. One minute ’Pac could be spitting venom like he did on the incendiary Biggie-taunting track “Hit Em Up,” and the next he could cut past all the traditional misogyny of his chosen genre to deliver “Keep Ya Head Up.” To put it bluntly and in terms he himself might have used, Tupac was a complex motherfucker. And that complex nature comes to light in the latest play by... More >>>