Wack ass nigga that tried stepping to Mobb Deep and got put in his place.
Yeah likewise, Im tired of rap guys whose faggots
Pure shuteye, and swole up your whole outside
I baptize, niggas get wet, put up your backside
Your claptized and set straight, put on your head straight
Watch out for,
These upstate cats be leary of you
Yeddy niggas wit gats plus the walls on they backs
Rikers island flashback of the house you got scuffed it in
You would think you gettin your head shot was enough but then
Now you wanna got at my team,
You must of been drunk when you wrote that shit
Too bad you had to did it to your own self
My rebellion, I retaliate, I had the whole new york state
Aimin at your face
At the gate, bottom line of top soon as you came through
Shot through, dont even know the half of my crew
I got a hundred strong arm niggas ready to rock the shit
Clocks tick, your days are numbered in low digits
You look suspicious, suspect niggas is bitches
Get chppoed up, grade a meat, somethin delicious
And laced back up, 2 gs, one for stitches
Then reconstruct your face and learn how to speak again
My mobbs like a bunch of wild puerto ricans
Wit bangers the size of african spears
Its warfare in the arena, you turn arenas into house of horrors
Its terrodome, when you see my click you need to run behind shit
You gotta gat you betta find it
And use that shit think fast and get reminded
Of robberies in manhattan you knew what happened
60 gs and one for gun clappin
Who shot ya? youd probably scream louder than an opera
New york gotcha, now you wanna use my mob as a crutch
What makes you think you cant get bucked again
Once again, back in the house once again
Live the life that of diamonds and guns
And now gems pull gats like a basehead pull on stems
The mobb got the bomb run out and tell a friend
Its the infamous..

Prod pwning 2Pac on Mobb classic 'Drop A Gem On em'
by Big Noyd January 06, 2007
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A passionate social activist with expressive lyrics who knew how to appeal to people with his revolutionary views. Never showed fear, commanded immense respect from whoever he dealt with, encouraged people to "stop, study your lessons, always do your best" (Me Against The World) and follow their dreams.

I listen to Pac, but I tend to gravitate more towards his songs like Me Against The World, , Changes, etc. He lived what he spoke (well, most of it) and the fact that he died at the peak of his career only immortalized him. Very emotional in his lyrics, not necessarily the best/most skillful lyrics, but emotional and passionate and can really touch your heart if you take the time to appreciate. This might be stretching it, but Pac is to me a sort of Shakespeare, who will live forever because he spoke of ideas and concepts that everyone can relate to, like jealousy, greed, hatred, injustice, etc. and he did it articulately and with style. Pac knew how to balance meaningful, deep songs with radio smash hits, an ability lacking in a lot of today's artists.

"Btw, on his album 'Until the End of Time' , he has a song 'Fuck Friendz' (a song that thrashes his 'friends') right beside a song titled 'Lil Homies' (Which is a tribute to his 'friends')."

No man, Fuck Friendz is a song about some girl he wants to get with but not have an emotional relationship. A friend with benefits. And Lil Homies is a song about youth caught in the thug lifestyle before they've even become men. It's not about his friends.

Just one of many examples of how people misconstrue Pac's songs and lyrics to be something they're not because they have some personal problem with rap. So they attack its most influential figure. try again bud.
Verse 2, Me Against The World

With all this extra stressin'
tha question I wonder is after death
I feel my last breath
When will I finally get to rest from this supression
They punish tha people that's askin questions
And those that possess
steal from tha ones without possesions
Tha message I stress
to make you stop
study your lessons
Don't settle for less
Even tha genius asks his questions
Be grateful for blessings
Eon't ever change
keep your essence
Tha power is in tha people and politics we address
Always do your best
Don't let this pressure make ya panic
and when ya get stranded
and things don't go tha way ya planned it
Dreaming of riches
In a position of makin' a difference
politicians and hypocrites
They don't wanna listen
if i'm insane
It's the fame made a brotha change
it wasn't nothin' like tha game
It's just me Against tha World
by Lesane Crooks October 28, 2004
The most famous, greatest, most influential, best selling rapper of all time.

Many idiots that know nothing other than his music is still released say 'HOW IS HE DEAD@!!@!@!@!@ HE STILL RELEASES MUZIK!!!!!" When true fans know that Tupac was known to record 2-3 songs in one day, and was known to record over 2-300 in his career.
2pac is great. yep. Buy his albums
by Joey T December 18, 2004
All i can say is he was and still is the greatest selling rapper of all time. Also if rap is so easy go do it yourself and see where you get bet you want be laughing afterwards. His lyrics/poems are truly inspiring just some you need to look harder into and see where he is coming from before you dissrespect them. Now how many other music genres do you know of that can tell life the way it is and let the ARTISTS use their freedoms and rights to express themselves to a full extent....?? didnt think so.
2pac + Biggie = perfection
by slim_jambo January 03, 2005
2pac is the greatesxt rapper. And any shit head stupid fuck who hates rap or pac can suck my dick
Fred:that curly haired guy hates pac.
Assasin:I'll take care of 'im
by Gaminghead December 29, 2004
Tupac Shakur one of the worlds most talented rap artist of it's time. Very talented man.
'If 2pac was still alive we'd have some deadly music! It's a gaurenteed!'
by Miss Diamond May 11, 2005
Correction:
Some said Nicollo Machiavelli was a spanish philosospher who faked his death, he was Italian. Tupac studied Nicollo's books and beliefs while he was in jail.
2pac is a Legend. Legends live for ever. I love 2pac.

Thug In Peace Makaveli
by K0-CAINE November 09, 2004
The epitomy of everything that is good about music. A legend for his music. Not just a musician but a poet and a visionary. Deep thought in his music and lyrics that need and deserve thought. This man didn't rap for money but becasue it was a job. He'd go into the studio every day with tones of shit. The good die young.
2pac/tupac is the greatest songwriter, rapper, poet and musical visionary ever. Period. Biggie is kinda good but nothing close to what 2pac was and is.
by Mos Def And Kweli are Blackstar February 25, 2005

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