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1.
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
 
57.
a former rapper that now sells biggie t-shirts on the corner of 2nd street 2 for 10$

and then after you buy his t-shirts, he'll throw a brick through your window with a not attached saying:thank you for the purchase.
2Pac-Yo, I got these Biggie T-shirts, 2 for 10$

Person:Thats great i'll buy 343531/2

later that night, a brick crashes through the persons window

Person:Your welcome 2Pac...
by 2pac himself September 07, 2007
 
58.
good rapper
asscock gives it to men up the ass
by bumdink June 19, 2003
 
59.
Tupac Shakur is The Greatest rapper off all times.
He's 50%Man & 50%God.
He is much better than all the fake Rappers like Lil Wayne
,Ludacris,Birdman,Soulja Boy,Eminem,Niki Minaj,...
•Rest in Peace Tupac Shakur•
2pac >Lil Wayne
by G-fUNK64 April 18, 2011
 
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according to blender magazine: He had insane rock-star charisma. He admirably conceived of a gangsta rapper as a principled rebel. His booming baritone gave bass lines competition for the most-trunk-rattling part of a hip-hop song. Hell, even Juice hasn’t aged nearly as badly as you’d expect. But while Tupac’s musical highs were epic—the pro-feminist “Keep Ya Head Up,” the terrifying “Hail Mary,” the boisterous “California Love”—that still leaves 15,837 other songs. He was a good rapper, not a great one: The guy larded records with self-mythologizing, mediocre filler that wouldn’t have made Biggie’s “give to Lil’ Cease” file. Maybe someone in his retinue could’ve stepped in during one of those legendary 96-hour recording binges and said, “Pac, instead of laying down this 14-minute rant about how Sun Tzu taught you how to take down the East Coast, how about some Yahtzee?” The man: awesome. The music: somewhat less than awesome.
....2pac
by dzzd February 11, 2009
 
61.
All these definitions about 2pac are true he was THE best rapper of all times no doubt about it ....... But there is 1 thing that all of them may have wrong ... there are some of us still today that believe pac is still alive ... they say he got shot .. to death but ... pac wore a bullet proof vest all the time why would he have took it off just for that 1 incident? and another thing .. after a shooting// killing its illegal to not have an otopsy ... they never did 1 on pac .. so wth is up with that? and 1 more thing before his last abulm came out after he died ...on the 13th ... there was 1 song with pac singing about b.i.g dien .. b.i.g died after pac so how would he know .... that b.i.g was gonna die? or is dead..??
^^^^ hes alive thats all i gotta say!
by l3e May 17, 2005
 
62.
dead nigga
by Anon February 13, 2003
 
63.
The greatest rapper in the world next to Biggie. If the two of them never had beef things woukd have been different. Pac and Big= PERFECTION
I see no Changes
All i see is racist faces
by 9D1 June 08, 2005