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The show opening in Los Angeles is about more than the music
From Tupac to Madonna to exile, the new FX documentary series delves into the life of the notorious street power broker
After years of ‘bubbling under,’ some rap acts, including Jay-Z, Master P and Outkast, broke through in spectacular fashion
Clinton Portis and Joel Anderson discuss whether Congress will help or hurt the push to pay college athletes
Tupac’s place in hip-hop history was never about being the best rapper. It was always about his artistry.
1972’s ‘You’re the Man‘ project is a reminder of post-civil rights America — and Tupac
Just like Shaq and Kobe or Tupac and Biggie, beef crops up across the culture
Tupac in trouble, Georgetown hoops on the rise, a sports film rises to cult classic
Even bigger than the film — and from Warren G to The Lady of Rage to Tupac — this West Coast project still rules 25 years later
Are you a champion or a chump? … and you can’t use Google
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