Tupac Amaru Shakur

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Tupac Amaru Shakur Wiki Biography

  • Tupac Amaru Shakur, to the crowd known by stage names of Tupac, 2Pac, or here and there Makaveli, was a celebrated American rap craftsman, social lobbyist, entertainer, essayist, just as a record-maker. 
  • Tupac’s heritage stretches out from rapping, with a net worth of more than 75 million records sold, to acting with eight films under his name, and even verse with the arrival of his assortment of sonnets by the title of “The Rose that Grew from Concrete“. 
  • In any case, in the business, Tupac is generally known as a rap craftsman, who delivered extraordinary compared to other selling and most compelling collections called “All Eyez on Me“. 
  • The collection was delivered in 1996 and sold more than 566 thousand duplicates during its first week, with more than 10 million duplicates sold in the United States alone. 
  • In 2014, “All Eyez on Me” was confirmed by Diamond by the RIAA, making it one of the most elevated selling collections in the US. 
  • This collection is additionally the last studio work delivered when Tupac was as yet alive. 
  • That same year, he was lethally injured during a drive-by and died in 1996 on September the thirteenth. 
  • Regardless of his initial demise, Tupac left a huge heritage on the music business, as he stays quite possibly the most persuasive rap craftsmen to date. 
  • A renowned rapper, how rich is Tupac? 
  • As per “Forbes“, in 2004 Tupac’s income added up to $5 million, while in 2011, $3.2 million were added to his net worth from the collection and product deals. 
  • The sources express that Tupac’s total assets add up to a sum of $40 million. 
  • Tupac Shakur was born into the world in 1971, in New York, US, under the name of Lesane Parish Crooks. 
  • Tupac was brought up in a group of social activists, as both of his folks were individuals from a progressive communist association called “Dark Panther Party“. 
  • At 17 years old, Tupac along with his family moved out to Marin City, where along with his gathering called “Carefully Dope” he had his absolute first show. 
  • This prompted Tupac to be endorsed as a reinforcement artist to the elective hip jump bunch “Advanced Underground“. 

Tupac Amaru Shakur Quick Info

Full NameTupac Shakur
Net Worth$40 Million
Salary$40 million
Date Of BirthJune 16, 1971, East Harlem section of Manhattan, New York City
DiedSeptember 7, 1996, Las Vegas, Nevada
Place Of BirthEast Harlem, New York City, New York, United States
Height1.76 m, 1.76 m, 1.76 m
Weight168 lbs96.16 kg
ProfessionRapper, social activist, actor, actor, as well as a record producer
EducationBaltimore School for the Arts, Poetry classes of Leila Steinberg (1989)
SpouseKeisha Morris, Keisha Morris, Keisha Morris
ParentsMutulu Shakur, Afeni Shakur, Billy Garland, Mutulu Shakur, Afeni Shakur, Billy Garland, Mutulu Shakur, Afeni Shakur, Billy Garland
SiblingsMopreme Shakur, Sekyiwa Shakur, Chinua Shakur, Nzingha Shakur, Takerra Allen, N’Neka Garland, Malik Garland, Billy Garland, Landon Garland, Mopreme Shakur, Sekyiwa Shakur, Nzingha Shakur, Chinua Shakur, Landon Garland, Malik Garland, N’Neka Garland, Billy Garland, Takerra Allen, Mopreme Shakur, Sekyiwa Shakur, Nzingha Shakur, Chinua Shakur, Takerra Allen, Landon Garland, Malik Garland, N’Neka Garland, Billy Garland
PartnerKidada Jones (engaged)
AwardsAmerican Music Award for Favorite Rap/Hip-Hop Artist, Soul Train Music Award for Best Album of the Year, Soul Train Music Award for Best Rap Album, Hit Em Up, Dear Mama, Changes, American Music Award for Favorite Rap/Hip-Hop Artist, Soul Train Music Award for Best Album of the Year, Soul Train Music…
Albums“2Pacalypse Now” (1991), “Thug Life: Volume 1” (1994), “Me Against the World” (1995), “All Eyez on Me” (1996), “Strictly 4 My N.I.G.G.A.Z…” (1993)
Music Groups“Strictly Dope”, “Digital Underground”
NominationsRock and Roll Hall of Fame, Grammy Award for Best Rap Album, MTV Video Music Award for Best Rap Video, Grammy Award for Best Rap Solo Performance, Grammy Award for Best Rap Performance by a Duo or Group, NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Actor in a Motion Picture, MTV Video Music Award for Best Edit…
Movies“Juice”, “Poetic Justice”, “Gridlock’d”

Tupac Amaru Shakur Trademarks

  1. Nostril piercing
  2. Wearing a bandana tied at the front
  3. ‘Thug Life’ tattoo across the stomach
  4. Shaved head and goatee
  5. Socially conscious lyrics

Tupac Amaru Shakur Quotes

  • Thug Life to me is dead.
  • When you do rap albums, you got to train yourself. You got to constantly be in character.
  • Dre was one of my heroes in the music industry. If he’s not down for his homeboys, I don’t wanna be a part of him or around him.
  • If I win and get the money, then the Oakland Police department is going to buy a boys’ home, me a house, my family a house, and a Stop Police Brutality Center.
  • I never killed anybody, I never raped anybody, I never committed any crimes that weren’t honorable.
  • America wants its respect.
  • If you believe in God, believe in Death Row East.
  • I don’t have to talk about whether or not I got raped in jail.
  • With all my fans I got a family again.
  • I’ll probably be punished for hard living.
  • I just don’t know how to deal with so many people giving me that much affection. I never had that in my life.
  • The only time I have problems is when I sleep.
  • Let the Lord judge the criminals.
  • There’s nobody in the business strong enough to scare me.
  • I worked hard all my life as far as this music business. I dreamed of the day when I could go to New York and feel comfortable and they could come out here and be comfortable.
  • I just spent 11 and a half months in a maximum-security jail, got shot five times, and was wrongly convicted of a crime I didn’t commit.
  • I’m a reflection of the community.
  • In my mind I’m a blind man doin’ time.
  • We all gonna die, we bleed from similar veins.
  • I’m 23 years old. I might just be my mother’s child, but in all reality, I’m everybody’s child. Nobody raised me; I was raised in this society.
  • Somebody help me, tell me where to go from here cause even Thugs cry, but do the Lord care?
  • What I learned in jail is that I can’t change. I can’t live a different lifestyle – this is it. This is the life that they gave and this is the life that I made.
  • I would rather have been shot straight-up in cold blood-but to be set up? By people who you trusted? That’s bad.
  • I don’t see myself being special; I just see myself having more responsibilities than the next man. People look to me to do things for them, to have answers.
  • It’s a struggle for every young Black man. You know how it is, only God can judge us.
  • Is it a crime, to fight, for what is mine?
  • I don’t have no fear of death. My only fear is coming back reincarnated.
  • Don’t change on me. Don’t extort me unless you intend to do it forever.
  • My mama always used to tell me: ‘If you can’t find somethin’ to live for, you best find somethin’ to die for.’
  • I think I’m a natural-born leader. I know how to bow down to authority if it’s the authority that I respect.
  • It seems like every time you come up something happens to bring you back down.
  • All I’m trying to do is survive and make good out of the dirty, nasty, unbelievable lifestyle that they gave me.
  • It’s the game of life. Do I win or do I lose? One day they’re gonna shut the game down. I gotta have as much fun and go around the board as many times as I can before it’s my turn to leave.
  • But I know for a fact that had I had a father, I’d have some discipline. I’d have more confidence. Your mother cannot calm you down the way a man can. Your mother can’t reassure you the way a man can. My mother couldn’t show me where my manhood was. You need a man to teach you how to be a man.
  • If you walked by a street and you were walking on the concrete and you saw a rose growing from the concrete, even if it had messed up petals and it was a little to the side you would marvel at just seeing a rose grow through concrete. So why is it that when you see some ghetto kid grow out of the dirtiest circumstance and he can talk and he can sit across the room and make you cry, make you laugh, all you can talk about is my dirty rose, my dirty stems and how I am leaning crooked to the side, you can’t even see that I’ve come up from out of that
  • I swear, if they hadn’t tried to ruin me, I never would have ended up being a rapper. I probably would have been a preacher or something.
  • I’m not saying I’m gonna change the world, but I guarantee that I will spark the brain that will change the world.
  • The reason why I could get into acting was that it takes nothing to get out of who I am and go into somebody else.
  • The only thing that comes to a sleeping man is dreams.
  • Reality is wrong. Dreams are for real.
  • Everybody’s at war with different things…I’m at war with my own heart sometimes”. In Vibe interview 2/96

Tupac Amaru Shakur Important Facts

  • Inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in 2017.
  • Auditioned for the role of Gerald “Gee Money” Wells in New Jack City(1991) but was turned down because he was than that of leading star Wesley Snipes.
  • Died on the same day that the pilot episode of Everybody Loves Raymond (1996) premiered.
  • His godmother Assata Shakur, was found guilty of the 1973 murder of a New Jersey state trooper. She broke out of prison and fled to Cuba. In 2013 she was added to the FBI’s list of Most Wanted Terrorists.
  • Was the original choice for Jody in Baby Boy (2001).
  • Was John Singleton’s first choice to star in Shaft (2000) when the film was going to be called Son Of Shaft.
  • A fan of Tim Roth, Shakur was excited when he found out he was going to be in a movie with Roth. Roth, however, didn’t like the idea of a rapper being in the movie with him, as he didn’t know he was an actor before he became a rapper. Roth’s attitude changed when they tested together and the two were very good friends until Shakur’s death.
  • Has another posthumous album tentatively titled “Ready 2 Die”? It’s also his 14th album. [2005]
  • “Loyal To The Game” was released on Dec. 14. It is the 9th album of his to be released after his death. [December 2004]
  • The new album ‘Pac’s Life’ (originally titled ‘Ready 2 Die’) is released. [November 2006]
  • Was planning to record with the Wu-Tang Clan near the end of his life, as he revealed his admiration for their sound and lyrics.
  • His godfather was Geronimo Ji Jaga, a member of the Black Panther Party for Self Defense, a radical group advocating violence in obtaining civil rights for African-Americans. Shakur’s parents, Afeni Shakur and Billy Garland were also members of the group.
  • Is portrayed by Anthony Mackie in Notorious (2009).
  • Tupac died with less than $100,000 in the bank.
  • Ranked #3 on VH1’s 50 Greatest Hip Hop Artists.
  • Mentioned in the rap-rock song “Mope” by Bloodhound Gang, along with personalities like Luciano Pavarotti, The Notorious B.I.G., Falco, Tori Spelling, Bo Jackson, and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.
  • His favorite singer was Prince.
  • Along with friends, he founded the “Junior Black Panthers” in his youth.
  • Moved out of his mother’s house when he was 17.
  • His 1996 song “Me and My Girlfriend” (from the rapper’s posthumously released “Don Killuminati” album) chronicle Shakur’s relationship with his pistol, which he frequently carried for protection. The “finger fucking” Shakur refers to in the song is actually a euphemism for pulling the trigger. The song was covered in 2003 by Beyoncé Knowles and Jay Z with a slightly altered chorus; it reached the top ten of the American pop charts.
  • Recorded close to 150 songs during the final year of his life, and often completed three songs per day in the same period. Shakur also wrote lyrics in the studio and often performed his verses in one take. He felt that rappers who could not perform their verses properly on the first take weren’t ready to be rappers. R&B music, on the other hand, was worthy of multiple takes for the vocal tracks, he felt.
  • Tupac used the Roland D70 synthesizer for his album “All Eyez On Me” (as seen in an interview with MTV in 1996).
  • His number one single, “California Love” was certified at sales of 2 million copies in 1998.
  • Shakur renamed his publishing company to “Joshua’s Dream” in honor of a young, terminally ill child whose dying wish was to meet him.
  • Shakur was shot in Las Vegas on September 7, 1996, at approximately 11:15 pm, at the corner of Flamingo and Koval streets.
  • His first album, “2Pacalypse Now” was released November 12, 1991, and was certified gold. It contains 13 songs and reached number 13 on the R&B/Hip-Hop albums.
  • “The Don Killuminati: The 7 Day Theory” was recorded and mixed in a mere 7 days in August 1996. It was released November 5, 1996 and debuted at number one on both the pop album and R&B/Hip-Hop album charts, with 663,000 albums sold in its first week. It is certified at 7 million albums sold in the US and 28 million albums worldwide, making it both Tupac’s best-selling album.
  • His career triumphs–a number one album and pop single– both happened on the 13th: Rap’s first double album, “All Eyez on Me” (certified by the RIAA as of December 2006 at 9 million copies sold) hit store shelves on February 13th 1996. His only number one pop single “How Do U Want It?”, reached the apex of the Hot 100 on July 13th, 1996. Sadly, it was on September 13th (a Friday) that Shakur succumbed to injuries sustained in a Las Vegas shooting.
  • He completed the 27 songs “All Eyez On Me”, considered by many to be his magnum opus, in only two weeks. Often cited as rap’s first double album, “All Eyez” sessions began just hours after Shakur was released from jail. Released on February 13th, 1996, the album debuted at number one on the Billboard 200 album chart.
  • Gang member Orlando Anderson often cited as Tupac’s killer was later murdered himself during an altercation at a LA car wash, on May 29th, 1998. It should be noted that Anderson was never charged in the slaying.
  • Shakur considered singer Don McClean (best known as the singer/songwriter of the 1972 hit “American Pie”) and Kate Bush as two influences in his life. Shakur also saw McClean’s hit “Vincent” (a tale of painter Vincent Van Gogh) as one particular inspiration. Besides, Shakur cited African-American poet Maya Angelou and William Shakespeare as being equally important to him.
  • The song “To Live and Die in LA”, was called by Shakur (who recorded the song under the name “Makaveli”, for the “Seven Day Theory” album) “California Love, part 2– without gay-ass Dre.” It is unknown if “gay-ass Dre” is a serious slur against Dr. Dre, who left Shakur’s label Death Row records shortly after producing two tracks for “All Eyez On Me”.
  • Recorded much of his vocals of the “All Eyez On Me” album with a Neumann U87 microphone. Besides, the entire album was recorded on analog tape. This was considered somewhat archaic by 1995 recording standards, as much of the recording industry had transitioned to digital recording. (However, it should be noted that Dr. Dre, who produced two songs for the album still uses analog tape to record his music, as of late 2006).
  • Used an interpolation of the 1984 El DeBarge song “A Dream” for his hit “I Ain’t Mad At Ya”. Tupac’s version, however, is at a faster tempo than the original.
  • Cited Prince as an inspiration and sampled his music on the “All Eyez On Me” album. Shakur mentioned in an MTV interview that “he [Prince] loves women like I love women.”.
  • Read the article in “Entertainment Weekly” about his “Me Against The World” album’s debut at number one, while incarcerated. The album’s title song also appeared in Bad Boys (1995), which opened in March– while Shakur was behind bars.
  • Was a fan of actor Tim Roth and was delighted to learn he would work with him on Gridlock’d (1997), released after Shakur’s death.
  • His song “Hit ‘Em Up”, which Shakur considered a “classic battle record” is a scathing attack on one-time friend ‘Notorious BIG’, Bad Boy Records, and Sean Combs. Besides, Shakur claimed that he slept with Faith Evans (Notorious BIG’s wife) in the song’s lyrics.
  • The harmonica in “So Many Tears” is a sample from Stevie Wonder’s song “That Girl”, which spent 9 weeks at number one on the R&B charts in 1982.
  • Biological Father Is Billy Garland.
  • First music artist to have a #1 LP while being in jail
  • Wrote a song, but died before he could finish it. Rap artist Eminem finished the song with his own lyrics and released it shortly afterward.
  • Appeared on Forbes’ “Top-Earning Dead Celebrities” list in 2002, 2003, and 2004 with earnings of $7 million, $12 million and $5 million in each respective year.
  • He is the first rap/hip-hop artist in history to have a wax model of himself set to be placed in Madamme Tussaud’s in Las Vegas
  • In a 2005 Rolling Stones Magazine Vote, Tupac was named #6 of the ‘100 immortal artists of all time’ behind the likes of Elvis and Lennon
  • According to Guinness Book of Records 2004, he is the highest selling rap/hip-hop artist selling over 67 million copies worldwide
  • Had been rapping since he was 18 years old (1989).
  • His albums have sold 38 million copies in the USA alone.
  • Was a good friend of fellow hip-hop MC M.C. Hammer, who also was from Oakland, California, USA.
  • His 1996 song “Ghetto Gospel” was released in 2005, with some vocals by Elton John, and went to #1 in the UK, despite the fact he had been dead for eight years.
  • As a young man, he also studied ballet and dance
  • Started his career on Tommy Boy/Warner Bros. Records with Digital Underground.
  • When he was 12 years old, his mother enrolled him in Harlem’s 127th St Ensemble. He played Travis in “A Raisin in The Sun” in his first acting role
  • As a teenager, he studied drama at Baltimore’s School for the Arts, where he rhymed under the name MC New York.
  • Was originally cast in Menace II Society (1993) but was fired after a physical altercation with director Allen Hughes.
  • In November 1994, he was robbed and shot five times by a pair of muggers in the lobby of a New York recording studio. Tupac survived the attack, and afterward frequently boasted of his durability in his lyrics.
  • He was voted the 86th Greatest Rock ‘n Roll Artist of all time by Rolling Stone.
  • 10 albums have been released after his 1996 death; all have gone platinum.
  • He read for the part of “Bubba” in Forrest Gump (1994).
  • He was offered a record contract at the age of 13. However, his mother refused to let him sign anything at such a young age. She felt he had a lot to learn about the world before joining the music industry.
  • Was cast in the movie Woo (1998), but was shot five days before principal photography began.
  • Jim Carrey was his favorite actor.
  • Grew up in Baltimore, Maryland, USA.
  • Tupac is listed as the most successful gangsta MC in the “Guinness Book of World Records.”
  • As a young man, Tupac also studied dance, including ballet.
  • In the song “Life Goes On” from the “All Eyez on Me” album, he rhymes about his own funeral.
  • Used the name Makaveli which is an altered spelling of Machiavelli, about whom he read while in prison.
  • Founding Member of the Outlawz
  • Appeared in the Salt-N-Pepa video, “Whatta Man.”.
  • More of his music has been released since his death than was while he was alive.
  • Died on a Friday the 13th.
  • Was going to play the role of Malik in Higher Learning (1995)
  • Was engaged to Kidada Jones
  • He had the words “thug life” tattooed across his abdomen.
  • Son of black panther Afeni Shakur; grew up in Harlem, Baltimore, and Marin County, California.
  • Renamed Tupac Amaru Shakur in 1972 by his mother after Tupac Amaru, an Inca who was sentenced to death by the Spaniards. Tupac Amaru, in the Inca language, means “shining serpent”.

Tupac Amaru Shakur Filmography

The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon2017TV Series writer – 1 episodeSoundtrack
CHIPS2017performer: “California Love” – as 2PacSoundtrack
Office Christmas Party2016writer: “Dear Mama” – as Tupac Amaru ShakurSoundtrack
Mr. RobotTV Series performer – 1 episode, 2016 writer – 1 episode, 2016Soundtrack
Creed2015performer: “Hail Mary” – as 2Pac / writer: “Hail Mary”Soundtrack
Straight Outta Compton2015performer: “Hail Mary”, “California Love” – as 2Pac / writer: “Hail Mary”Soundtrack
Alpha and Omega: Family Vacation2015writer: “Same Song”Soundtrack
Get Hard2015performer: “Changes” – as 2Pac / writer: “Changes” – as Tupac Amaru ShakurSoundtrack
Parks and Recreation2015TV Series performer – 1 episodeSoundtrack
Rap Critic Reviews2014TV Series performer – 2 episodesSoundtrack
This Is Where I Leave You2014performer: “How Do U Want It” / writer: “How Do U Want It”Soundtrack
While We’re Young2014performer: “HIT ‘EM UP” / writer: “HIT ‘EM UP”Soundtrack
California2014Video short as 2Pac, “California Love”Soundtrack
21 Coolest Collabs of the 21st Century2014TV Movie performer: “Ghetto Gospel” – as 2Pac ft. Elton JohnSoundtrack
Battle of the Year2013writer: “Same Song” – as Tupac Amaru ShakurSoundtrack
Grand Theft Auto V2013Video Game performer: “Ambitionz Az a Ridah” – as 2Pac / writer: “Ambitionz Az a Ridah” – as Tupac Amaru ShakurSoundtrack
Around the Block2013writer: “Until the End of Time”Soundtrack
That Music Show2013TV Series performer – 1 episodeSoundtrack
Turbo2013performer: “Eye of the Tiger / Holler If Ya Hear Me” – as 2PAC / writer: “Eye of the Tiger / Holler If Ya Hear Me”Soundtrack
Django Unchained2012performer: “Unchained The Payback/Untouchable” – as 2Pac / writer: “Unchained The Payback/Untouchable”Soundtrack
Tosh.02012TV Series writer – 1 episodeSoundtrack
Good Deeds2012performer: “How Do You Want It?” – as Tupac / writer: “How Do You Want It?”Soundtrack
10 Years2011writer: “Same Song” – as Tupac Amaru ShakurSoundtrack
Bucky Larson: Born to Be a Star2011performer: “California Love” – as 2PacSoundtrack
Battle Los Angeles2011performer: “California Love” – as 2PacSoundtrack
Marmaduke2010performer: “California Love” – as 2PacSoundtrack
Iron Man 22010performer: “California Love” Single Version – as 2PacSoundtrack
Valentine’s Day2010/Iperformer: “California Love” – as 2PacSoundtrack
Madden NFL 20102009Video Game performer: “Can’t C Me” – as 2Pac / writer: “Can’t C Me”Soundtrack
Middle Men2009performer: “California Love Remix” – as 2PacSoundtrack
Notorious2009performer: “Hit em Up” / writer: “Hit em Up”Soundtrack
Generation Kill2008TV Mini-Series writer – 1 episodeSoundtrack
Crips and Bloods: Made in America2008Documentary performer: “California Love”Soundtrack
Bling: A Planet Rock2007Documentary performer: “Troublesome 96” – as 2PAC / writer: “Troublesome 96” – as 2PacSoundtrack
Entourage2007TV Series performer – 1 episodeSoundtrack
Premiya Muz-TV 20072007TV Special music: “California Love” fragment – uncreditedSoundtrack
Freedom Writers2007“Keep Ya Head Up”, “Papa’s Song” / performer: “Keep Ya Head Up” – as 2PacSoundtrack
Blood Diamond2006performer: “When I Get Free” – as 2Pac / writer: “When I Get Free” – as Tupac Amaru ShakurSoundtrack
UFC 59: Reality Check2006TV Special performer: “California Love” – uncreditedSoundtrack
Tupac Is Not Dead2006Short “Can’t C Me”Soundtrack
Alpha Dog2006performer: “Toss It Up” / writer: “Toss It Up”Soundtrack
Sunday Driver2005Documentary performer: “California Love” – as 2PacSoundtrack
Tupac: Live at the House of Blues2005Video performer: “Ambitions Az A Ridah”, “So Many Tears”, “Troublesome”, “Hit ‘Em Up”, “Tattoo Tears”, “All About You”, “Never Call U Bitch Again”, “Freak ‘n’ You”, “How Do You Want It”, “Murder Was The Case”, “The Shiznit”, “If We All Gonna Fuck”, “Some Bomb Azz Pussy”, “Ain’t No Fun If The Homies Can’t Have None”, “New York”, “Big Pimpin'”, “Do What I Feel”, “G’z And Hustlas”, “Who Am I? What’s My Name?”, “Me In Your World”, “For My Niggaz And Bitches”, “Doggfather”, “Gun And Juice”, “2 Of AmeSoundtrack
Underclassman2005performer: “California Love Original Version” – as 2PacSoundtrack
Havoc2005writer: “How Do U Want It”Soundtrack
xXx: State of the Union2005writer: “As the World Turns”Soundtrack
Independent LensTV Series documentary performer – 1 episode, 2005 writer – 1 episode, 2005Soundtrack
The Wire2004TV Series 1 episodeSoundtrack
Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas2004Video Game performer: “I Don’t Give A Fuck” – as 2 Pac / writer: “I Don’t Give A Fuck”Soundtrack
High Chaparral2004TV Series documentary performer – 1 episodeSoundtrack
Look at Me2004as 2 PAC, T.A.Shakur, “My Block Nitty Remix”Soundtrack
How to Be: Emo2004Short performer: “I Get Around”Soundtrack
Barbershop 2: Back in Business2004performer: “Thug N U Thug N Me” Remix – as 2 Pac / writer: “Thug N U Thug N Me” Remix – as Tupac Amaru ShakurSoundtrack
The Fighting Temptations2003as Tupac Amaru Shakur, “Dear Mama” / performer: “Dear Mama” – as 2PacSoundtrack
Beef2003Documentary performer: “Pass the Mic Freestyle”, “Animosity Freestyle”Soundtrack
Head of State2003writer: “’03 Bonnie & Clyde”Soundtrack
Tupac: Resurrection2003Documentary performer: “2 of Amerikaz Most Wanted”, “One Day at a Time”, “Runnin’ Dying to Live”, “Holler If Ya’ Hear Me”, “Rebel of the Underground”, “The Realist Killaz”, “Trapped”, “Keep Ya Head Up”, “I Get Around”, “Hit Em Up”, “Wonda Why They Call U Bitch”, “America the Beautiful”, “Super Freak” / writer: “2 of Amerikaz Most Wanted”, “One Day at a Time”, “Runnin’ Dying to Live”, “Holler If Ya’ Hear Me”, “Same Song”, “Rebel of the Underground”, “The Realist Killaz”, “Trapped”, “Keep Ya HeadSoundtrack
Friday After Next2002performer: “How Do U Want It” / writer: “How Do U Want It”Soundtrack
Half Past Dead2002performer: “The Pledge Remix” / writer: “The Pledge Remix”Soundtrack
8 Mile2002performer: “Gotta Get Mine”, “Temptations” – as 2Pac / writer: “Temptations” – as Tupac Amaru ShakurSoundtrack
Biggie and Tupac2002Documentary performer: “Superfreak”Soundtrack
Training Day2001performer: “Letter To The President” – as 2Pac / writer: “Letter To The President”Soundtrack
Baby Boy2001performer: “Hail Mary” / writer: “Hail Mary”Soundtrack
Scary Movie2000performer: “All Bout U” – as 2Pac / writer: “All Bout U”Soundtrack
Showtime at the ApolloTV Series performer – 1 episode, 1998 writer – 1 episode, 1998Soundtrack
Soul TrainTV Series performer – 1 episode, 1998 writer – 1 episode, 1998Soundtrack
Gang Related1997writer: “Lost Souls”, “How Do U Want It”, “Staring at the world thru my rearview”Soundtrack
The Chris Rock Show1997TV Series performer – 1 episodeSoundtrack
The Sunchaser1996writer: “Keep Ya Head Up” – as T. ShakurSoundtrack
Sunset Park1996performer: “High ‘Til I Die” – as 2Pac / writer: “High ‘Til I Die”Soundtrack
Top of the Pops1996TV Series performer – 1 episodeSoundtrack
Saturday Night Live1996TV Series performer – 1 episodeSoundtrack
Scenes for the Soul1995performer: “Real Bad Boys” / writer: “Real Bad Boys”Soundtrack
Casper1995writer: “Same Song”Soundtrack
Bad Boys1995performer: “Me Against the World” – as 2Pac / writer: “Me Against the World”Soundtrack
Above the Rim1994performer: “Pain”, “Holler If Ya Hear Me”, “Pour Out a Little Liquor” – as 2Pac / writer: “Pain”, “Holler If Ya Hear Me”, “Pour Out a Little Liquor” – as T. ShakurSoundtrack
House Party 31994performer: “I Get Around” – as 2-Pac / writer: “I Get Around” – as T. ShakurSoundtrack
Poetic Justice1993performer: “Definition of a Thug Nigga” – as 2PacSoundtrack
Supercop1992performer: “MADE NIGGAS” – as 2PAC / producer: “MADE NIGGAS” / writer: “MADE NIGGAS”Soundtrack
Nothing But Trouble1991writer: “Same Song” – as 2 Pac ShakurSoundtrack
Gang Related1997Det. RodriguezActor
Gridlock’d1997Ezekiel ‘Spoon’ WhitmoreActor
2Pac Featuring Dr. Dre: California Love, Version 21996Video shortActor
2Pac Featuring Dr. Dre: California Love1996Video shortActor
Murder Was the Case: The Movie1995Video shortSniper (segment “Natural Born Killaz”) (uncredited)Actor
Above the Rim1994BirdieActor
Salt ‘N’ Pepa Feat. En Vogue: Whatta Man1994Video shortActor
Dr. Dre and Ice Cube: Natural Born Killaz1994Video shortSniper (uncredited)Actor
Poetic Justice1993LuckyActor
A Different World1993TV SeriesPiccoloActor
Drexell’s Class1992TV Series2PacActor
Nothing But Trouble1991Digital Underground member (as 2 Pac Shakur)Actor
MTV Movie Special: Tupac Resurrection2003TV Special documentary shortComposer
Napoleon: Life of an Outlaw2016DocumentaryHimselfSelf
Jamaica House2013Documentary shortSelf
So Many Years, So Many Tears2006Video documentarySelf
Scarface: Greatest Hits on DVD2003VideoHimself (segments “Smile” and “Homies and Thugs”) (voice, as Makaveli, 2Pac)Self
Tupac Shakur: Before I Wake…2001DocumentaryHimselfSelf
And Ya Don’t Stop: Hip Hop’s Greatest Videos, Vol. 12000VideoHimself (segment “Brenda’s Got a Baby”) (as 2Pac)Self
Tupac Shakur: Words Never Die1997DocumentaryHimselfSelf
1996 MTV Video Music Awards1996TV SpecialHimself – Presenter (uncredited)Self
Saturday Night Special1996TV SeriesHimself – HostSelf
The 38th Annual Grammy Awards1996TV SpecialHimselfSelf
Saturday Night Live1996TV SeriesHimself – Musical GuestSelf
The 23rd Annual American Music Awards1996TV SpecialHimselfSelf
Gangsta Rap: An MTV News Special Report1994TV Movie documentaryHimself – RapperSelf
The Arsenio Hall Show1994TV SeriesHimself – GuestSelf
Soul Train Comedy Awards1993TV SpecialHimself – PresenterSelf
In Living Color1992-1993TV SeriesHimself – Musical Guest / HimselfSelf
The 1st Annual Minority Motion Picture Awards1993TV SpecialHimselfSelf
Video Music Box1993TV SeriesHimselfSelf
The 7th Annual Soul Train Music Awards1993TV SpecialHimselfSelf
Tupac & Above the Law: Call It What U Want1993ShortHimselfSelf
Can’t Stop, Won’t Stop: A Bad Boy Story2017DocumentaryHimselfArchive Footage
Kardashian: The Man Who Saved OJ Simpson2016TV MovieHimselfArchive Footage
The Big Short2015Himself (uncredited)Archive Footage
Murder Rap: Inside the Biggie and Tupac Murders2015DocumentaryHimselfArchive Footage
Rude Tube2013TV SeriesHimselfArchive Footage
Elvis What If?2012DocumentaryArchive Footage
Runnin’ Rebels of UNLV2011TV Movie documentaryHimselfArchive Footage
Tupac Shakur: Thug Angel 22011DocumentaryHimselfArchive Footage
Tupac: Reckoning2009Video documentaryHimselfArchive Footage
Inside Death Row2008VideoHimselfArchive Footage
106 & Park Top 10 Live2007TV SeriesHimself – ‘California Love’ VideoArchive Footage
Final 242007TV Series documentaryHimselfArchive Footage
20 Most Horrifying Hollywood Murders2006TV Movie documentaryHimselfArchive Footage
Rap Dreams2006DocumentaryHimselfArchive Footage
E! True Hollywood Story2006TV Series documentaryHimselfArchive Footage
Remembering Makaveli, Volume 12006Video documentaryHimselfArchive Footage
The Come Up2006Video documentaryHimselfArchive Footage
Tupac: Live at the House of Blues2005VideoHimself (uncredited)Archive Footage
Rebels on the Run: The Rise and Fall of UNLV Basketball2005TV Movie documentaryHimselfArchive Footage
Hip-Hop Honors2004TV SpecialHimself – HonoreeArchive Footage
And You Don’t Stop: 30 Years of Hip-Hop2004TV Mini-Series documentaryHimselfArchive Footage
Tupac vs.2004Video documentaryHimselfArchive Footage
Beef II2004Video documentaryHimselfArchive Footage
The N-Word2004DocumentaryArchive Footage
The Best of the Source Awards Vol. 1: Hip-Hop History2003Video documentaryHimselfArchive Footage
MTV Movie Special: Tupac Resurrection2003TV Special documentary shortHimselfArchive Footage
2Pac 4 Ever2003Video documentaryHimselfArchive Footage
Beef2003DocumentaryHimselfArchive Footage
101 Most Shocking Moments in Entertainment2003TV Movie documentaryHimselfArchive Footage
Tupac: Resurrection2003DocumentaryHimselfArchive Footage
The Westside2002Video documentaryHimselfArchive Footage
Tupac Shakur: Thug Angel2002DocumentaryHimselfArchive Footage
Biggie and Tupac2002DocumentaryHimselfArchive Footage
HipHop Story: Tha Movie2001Video documentaryHimselfArchive Footage
Welcome to Death Row2001Video documentaryHimselfArchive Footage
I-5 North: Hiphopumentary2001VideoHimselfArchive Footage
Freestyle: The Art of Rhyme2000DocumentaryHimselfArchive Footage
Charlie Hustle: Blueprint of Self-Made Millionaire1999TV MovieHimselfArchive Footage
Tough Guise: Violence, Media & the Crisis in Masculinity1999Video documentaryHimselfArchive Footage
The 69th Annual Academy Awards1997TV SpecialHimself (Memorial Tribute)Archive Footage
Rhyme & Reason1997DocumentaryHimselfArchive Footage
Tupac Shakur: Thug Immortal1997Video documentaryHimselfArchive Footage
Top of the Pops1996TV SeriesHimselfArchive Footage
Primetime1996TV Series documentaryHimselfArchive Footage

Tupac Amaru Shakur Awards

2004Black ReelBlack Reel AwardsBest SongTupac: Resurrection (2003)Won
1997GrammyGrammy AwardsBest Rap AlbumFor the album “All Eyez On Me.”Won
1996GrammyGrammy AwardsBest Rap AlbumFor the album “Me Against the World.”Won
1995Image AwardImage AwardsOutstanding Actor in a Motion PicturePoetic Justice (1993)Won
2004Black ReelBlack Reel AwardsBest SongTupac: Resurrection (2003)Nominated
1997GrammyGrammy AwardsBest Rap AlbumFor the album “All Eyez On Me.”Nominated
1996GrammyGrammy AwardsBest Rap AlbumFor the album “Me Against the World.”Nominated
1995Image AwardImage AwardsOutstanding Actor in a Motion PicturePoetic Justice (1993)Nominated