24 years ago the world lost a great talent. Although his career lasted a span of five years his influence continues to last a lifetime and in today's climate we are listening to Tupac's words more than ever. The slained rapper influenced the world with his words in The Rose That Grew From Concrete
and his discography that exceeded 14 years past his death. While there are many speculations that the rapper is still alive we continue to celebrate him on his birthday where w he would have been 49 years old.
Let's look at the top songs that reflect on the current situation today.
- White Manz World - The track off the first posthumously released album The Don Killuminati : The 7 Day Theory Pac offers his thoughts on being a minority and offers an apology to the treatment of black women.
- Holla If You Hear Me - Is an ode to his homies from the block getting taken by the police.
- Chances - The infamous single sampled from Bruce Hornsby became the anthem for racism in the 90s.
- Keep Your Head Up - is a tune for the better days for the Black Community.
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George Floyd, the Minnesota man who died after an officer arrested him putting a knee to his neck died by homicide according to the autopsies that were released early Monday morning. While one autopsy reads homicide by asphyxiation the Hennepin County Medical Examiners office stated that Floyd died of "cardiopulmonary arrest complicating enforcement subdual, restraint, and neck compression. With the manner of death was ruled suicide the office notes "it is not a legal determination of culpability or intent " Both autopsies contradicted the preliminary report from the prosecutors which revealed no physical signs of traumatic asphyxia.
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The Weeknd does it again with yet again another controversial remix. Abel known for his dark explicit songs and falsetto voice put out the In Your Eyes Remix featuring Doja Cat. Many complain that the 24-year-old singer/rapper was not a good fit. The same arguments were made in 2015 when The Weeknd released The Hills Remixes
with Eminem and Nicki Minaj. The Weeknd is known to think outside of the box in terms of his features as if it was a sinister scheme or a master plan. In this case Doja Cat adds to the 80's trapped in Vegas-style music.
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