Tupac's Original 'Killuminati" liner notes up for auction; disses to Jay Z, Biggie, Dre & more

Started by Big Dangerous, Apr 5, 2018, in Music Add to Reading List

  1. Big Dangerous
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    d--- Pac given it to erryone from the grave :lol6:

    http://www.rap-up.com/2018/04/04/tupac-insults-dr-dre-jay-z-in-lost-liner-notes/

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    "I Thank Faith for the greatest weapon ever her low self esteem & beat up p----"
    :wtfno:
    "Thanks 2 Wendy Williams 4 being a fat b----"
    :drakelaugh2:
    "Mobb Deep 4 opening your mouth & letting me squash ya No Record selling a----s 2 dust"
    :jordanlaff:

    "2 Dr. Dre 4 being a closet h---":wellsht:

    "2 Nas 4 Not takeN my advice and minding his business"

    "2 De La Soul 4 being Mad at me 4 living well while they live like fat washed up Bums"


    "2 Jay Zee, King Sun Dukey Lock whatever Lil Kim or Fat a--- Weave Wearing Biggie short stubby d-ck sUcking Kim 4 being Nobodiez !"

    I got no clue what he tryna say here but d--- :currydead:

    WHY YOU GOTTA DO EM LIKE THAT PAC
     
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  2. Big Dangerous
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    On the real tho this is so morbid and sad not only cause its written by a dead man but here this guy is dedicating his f---ing album to the people who shot him @ quad and everyone he thought was in on it really shows you how dark of a mindstate he was in at the time of his death :mjcry:


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  3. Mudkip
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    Apr 5, 2018
    whew tupac was funny :sweatt:
     
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  4. Big Dangerous
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    funniest part is you know its real cause you can just hear him saying all of this (actually yea he's probably said all of this on wax at one point or another)
     
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    >records diss song
    >doesn't release it till after his dead
    lol how p---- can u get?
     
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    He took it easy on Nas compared to the rest lol
     
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    oddly enough Pac really didn't like Nas so much so I read one time that Suge considered it disrespectful to let Nas feature on one of Pac's posthumous songs
     
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    I didn't know this if its true
     
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    Yeah Nas has brought it up a couple times

    Pac was a savage but this pretty much tells you why he rubbed people off the wrong way and why many were out to get him
     
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    I don't blame him tho he really thought ppl where in collusion in his shooting and then to have Suge dumbass influencing you after that
     
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    Fire Squad Boss Don Biggavel

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    I always loved his volatile attitude, it changed drastically over the course of his mainstream career. Before the Quad shootings, he was fighting with police (being targeted actually) and his many documented altercations in Oakland (one of the most notorious hoods of America at the time, kinda still is). He took a lot of whoopings but I always appreciated his lack of filter over anything
     
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    LMAOOOOO Pac is such a Goat

    :pac:
     
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    the shooting at quad studios is one of the best and worst things to ever happen to hip hop and tupac...on one hand it transformed him into the caricature that he is seen as today and gave him the rage and passion to churn out a ton of memorable unfiltered music, on the other hand had it never happened theres a very good chance he would still be here today.
     
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    Didn't Eminem thank Dre for being a closeted h--- on one of his albums too?
     
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    Absolutely, Death Row gave him not only the high-profile exposure but access to working with Daz, Quik and Dre who were all instrumental to AEOM (which was a legacy sealing album). The media was really to blame for that whole West-East mess, I've read in some sources--don't know how true it is since they quoted Afeni Shakur--that Pac wanted to squash it during his last days, had the Vegas shootings never took place the course of hip-hop would have looked far more different in those next few years.

    Edit: Only adds to the mysticism surrounding the Killuminati album, it's just so raw and paranoid--him locking up a bunch of random producers in a room and churning out an album with great live instrumentals was awesome
     
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    I feel like thats inaccurate simply for the fact that a lot of his late recordings (Killuminati and posthumous) is some of his most volatile. He was trending for the worse both through music and personally. It wasn't a matter of if but of when it would come to a head

    But who knows what he was really thinking, it could have some credence and maybe he was putting up a front because he thought he had to
     
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    Yeah exactly my thoughts too...for better or worse it gave hip-hop an enduring reputation and exposure, following Puff milking Biggies subsequent death and the genre blasted off after 1997, look at how hip-hop sonically dominated the next couple of years on the charts.
     
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    Lawd. Nas about to get some more Pac fans. LMFAO!
     
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    You guys are so gullible Jesus Christ this is fake.
     
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    Pac the humanitarian. Keep your head up sister! What a legend
     
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