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 Tupac Shakur’s life supposedly ended in September of 1996, a gangster who died a gangster’s death, the victim of a drive-by shooting.But in the years since, fans and friends of the rapper/actor have kept rumors alive that the star might not have died at the hands of an anonymous gunman that warm September night. It’s here, at the supposed end of Shakur’s life, where our journey begins.

The first album after Tupac’s “death” was released in November of 1996: Makaveli: Don Killuminati: The 7 Day Theory. The title aroused some curious glances from those who knew Shakur. The first part of the title refers to Niccol Machiavelli, an old-school Italian philosopher who believed the faking one’s own death was a sure way to foil his enemies. Machiavelli’s two most famous books, Discorsi dopra la prima deca di Tito Livio (Life With Tito) and Il Principe (Ill Communication) were both written well after his death. Some wonder if Tupac’s reference wasn’t a signal to the world that things were not as they seemed.This is perhaps mere paranoia, as this album was obviously recorded while Tupac was “still” alive. But then, one year later, R U Still Down? is released in stores (November of ’97).
This was a full 14 months after the performer’s death, and Tupac appeared in three videos in support of the album. When questioned about this, Tupac’s manager Robert Bloomenstein said, “Tupac was a forward-thinking man. His performances in those videos were shot more than two months before his unfortunate ‘death,’ and in no way should indicate that Tupac is still alive.” Mr. Bloomenstein’s words weren’t enough to keep the rumors from spreading, however, especially after November of 1998. That’s when Tupac released 2pac’s Greatest, a greatest hits compilation that included six new tracks. Record company executives claimed that these tracks were also recorded years before; yet this is contradicted by the timeliness of the lyrics.
Tupac makes references to the film Armageddon in one track and in another he congratulates the Denver Broncos on winning the Super Bowl – both events taking place well after Shakur was supposedly in the grave. Again, rumors of a massive hoax emerged. Bloomenstein again dismissed the talk as nothing more than rumor mongering.”This is nothing more than rumor mongering,” said Bloomberg. “Tupac was a hard-working, busy musician and the continued release of new material should in no way indicate that Tupac is actually alive and living in South America under the assumed name of Jamal Millwood.”The next few years turned out to be the most prolithic of Tupac’s recording career. Still I Rise (with Outlawz) hit the scene in December of 1999. The “Lost” Tapes: Circa 1989 appeared in April of 2000 and The Rose that Grew from Concrete came in November of that same year. Tupac recorded tracks for Suge Knight Represents: Chronic 2000, a compilation of all of the artists Suge Knight claimed to have killed. He also performed live for an album called Funkmaster Flex & Big Kap: The Tunnel (This was actually a live freestyle with Biggie from 1994 before they both passed). New Tupac tracks then turned up on Cellblock Compilation: Face Off II and Too Gangsta for Radio, before an album of all-new Tupac tracks, Until the End of Time, appeared in 2001.
“I simply wish the public could let Mr. Shakur rest in peace,” said Bloomenstein. “Mr. Shakur has actively denied all accusations about still being alive, and he will continue to do so until the day of his, uh… nevermind.
“When the album Better Dayz appeared in November of 2002, many music critics noted that Tupac had released more albums since his death (seven) than many of the nation’s top living artists. When that fact is coupled with the references to the World Trade Center attack in one track of Better Dayz plus the curious title of the B-side single Empty Coffin, rumors again were rampant. Is it merely the product of a rabid fan base that cannot let go of their beloved hero?One player in this drama who is not speaking out is Tupac himself. Rumors insist that Tupac will be headlining shows in Chicago, Milwaukee and Indianapolis in the next few weeks. Shakur can also be seen starring in the new thriller Streets on Fire with Keanu Reeves this summer and will allegedly host Saturday Night Live in October of this year.Add that to the CNN story in Spring of 2005 which clearly stated Tupac was alive… …and the fact that Tupac’s name is misspelled on his tombstone… …and the case becomes more than a curiosity.
Will we ever know the answer? I doubt it. In six weeks Tupac Shakur is releasing his eighth posthumous album, titled Death Faker. Some fans say the title contains a hidden message which could be taken to mean that Tupac didn’t really die on that September night nine years ago. Some also claim that certain tracks, such as Still Breathin’ and I’m not dead, motherfuckers contain hints about the star’s supposed passing.What can it mean? But even if Tupac’s life is over, our search for the truth cannot be. And there are millions of fans who will not stop until they have it.


Sept 13th is day we lost one of Hip hop’s prolific entertainers, Tupac Amaru Shakur. Djaytiger will pay tribute on this day by celebrating his life and music and also will play cuts of the Infamous Blend Cd, The Don Primo Edition, which includes Tupac mixed with the legendary Dj Premier.
Monday September 13th 2010 @ 8pm


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1. Intro (Most Interesting Man In The World)
2. The Most Interesting Man
3. Go Hard Pt. 1 (Feat. Kid Vishis)
4. On Fire (Feat. Crooked I)
5. Skit
6. Real Hip Hop (Feat. Black Milk & Elzhi)
7. Acapella
8. It’s Over Freestyle
9. Nobody Fuckin’ Wit Us (Feat. Bun B, Crooked I & Joe Budden)
10. Airplanes Freestyle
11. Most Interesting Man In The World Skit #2
12. Beamer, Benz or Bentley (Shady Megamix)
13. I Hate Your Pants (Skinny Jeans)
14. Forever Freestyle
15. In The Club
16. Most Interesting Man In The World Skit #3
17. Go Hard Pt. 2 (Feat. Kid Vishis)
18. Vagina
19. Psycho (Skit)
20. Psycho
21. Drama (Feat. Trick Trick & Junes Flow)
22. I’m Not Slaughterhouse (Interview)
23. 187 (Saigon Response)
24. Most Interesting Man In The World Skit #4
25. Taxi Driver
26. Iceman Skit
27. Lyrical Hitman (Feat. MarvWon)
28. Most Interesting Man In The World Skit #5
29. Spark Yo Brain


Gary Coleman, best known for his portrayal of the lovable, wisecracking Arnold Jackson on Diff’rent Strokes, died today in a Utah hospital. The 42-year-old actor suffered an intracranial hemorrhage after falling at his Santaquin, Utah, home on Wednesday, and slipped into a coma on Thursday.

The Illinois-born Coleman, who suffered from a kidney disease that stunted his growth and required him to undergo two transplant operations, found fame early in life, guest starring on The Jeffersons and Good Times before scoring a starring role in 1978 at the age of 10 on the NBC sitcom Diff’rent Strokes as one of two adopted sons of a rich widower. Coleman delighted audiences with his vibrant, seasoned performance, and “Whatchoo talkin’ about, Willis?”—his rapid-fire exclamation of disbelief uttered to his on-screen brother (Todd Bridges)—became one of TV’s most memorable catchphrases. During Diff’rent Strokes eight-season run, Coleman starred in feature films such as 1981’s On the Right Track and 1982’s Jimmy The Kid, as well as TV movies like 1982’s The Kid with the Broken Halo, which served as the basis for the 1982 NBC animated series The Gary Coleman Show. In the 1990s and 2000s, he popped up on a number of TV shows, including The Ben Stiller Show, The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, The Simpsons, The Drew Carey Show, and Son of the Beach. Coleman—who also ran for governor during California’s recall election in 2003, finishing in eighth place—most recently starred in the 2009 mockumentary Midgets Vs. Mascots.

Coleman had been plagued with financial issues (he filed for bankruptcy in 1999) as well as legal ones in later years, including citations for disorderly conduct following incidents with his wife, Shannon Price, whom he met on the set of the 2006 movie Church Ball. In January, after pleading guilty to misdemeanor criminal mischief, he was ordered to pay a fine and attend a domestic violence class. Coleman had been struggling with his health as well, suffering two seizures in 2010; one of them of occurred on the set of The Insider in February. Coleman is survived by his wife, Shannon.


1. Cold Wind Blows
2. Talkin’ 2 Myself Feat. Kobe
3. On Fire
4. Won’t Back Down Feat. Pink
5. W.T.P.
6. Going Through Changes
7. Not Afraid
8. Seduction
9. No Love Feat. Lil Wayne
10. Space Bound
11. Cinderella Man
12. 25 to Life
13. So Bad
14. Almost Famous
15. Love the Way You Lie Feat. Rihanna
16. You’re Never Over