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2Pac Greatest Hits

This album's mere release is a great sign for anyone who wants to hear all those highly-anticipated, unreleased Tupac songs. Death Row and Amaru worked together on this double album without any squabbles, something that couldn't be accomplished just a short while ago. With this new-found friendliness between the labels, future Tupac releases shouldn't be delayed by the legal problems that have beset the proposed albums of the past.

Greatest Hits has 21 old songs (some redone with new rappers) and four new songs. These are a small incentive to get the double album if you already have all of Tupac's old releases (as I do), but if you're just getting into Tupac or want to simply complete your Death Row collection (as I do), this is a worthy addition. Of course, just as with Death Row Greatest Hits, I disagree with the inclusion of some songs, as well as the lack of some of my favorites. For instance, I would have included Violent instead of Trapped and All Eyez on Me instead of Picture Me Rollin', but oh well. Great Tupac songs are great Tupac songs, no matter how you cut it.

SALES: 9 million


Disc 1

  1. Keep Ya Head Up

  2. 2 Of Amerikaz Most Wanted
    (feat. Snoop Doggy Dogg)

  3. Temptations

  4. God Bless The Dead
    (feat. Stretch)

  5. Hail Mary

  6. Me Against The World
    (feat. Dramacydal)

  7. How Do U Want It
    (feat. K-Ci & JoJo)

  8. So Many Tears

  9. Unconditional Love

  10. Trapped

  11. Life Goes On

  12. Hit 'em Up
    (feat. Outlawz)

Disc 2

  1. Toublesome '96

  2. Brenda's Got A Baby

  3. I Ain't Mad At Cha
    (feat. Danny Boy)

  4. I Get Around

  5. Changes

  6. California Love (Original Version)
    (feat. Dr. Dre)

  7. Picture Me Rollin'
    (feat. Syke)

  8. How Long Will They Mourn Me?
    (feat. Thug Life & Nate Dogg)

  9. Toss It Up
    (feat. Aaron Hall, KC, JoJo & Danny Boy)

  10. Dear Mama

  11. All About U
    (feat. YGD, Nate Dogg)

  12. To Live & Die In L.A.
    (feat. Val Young)

  13. Heartz Of Men

Executive Producer: Suge Knight