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The Pope Is Down With Tupac

Posted By on December 9, 2009

    Eleven years after it was released, "Changes" has been added as one of the Vatican's 12 favorite songs on it's MySpace playlist, which also features songs like "Don Giovanni" by Mozart. According to the profile, "This playlist is a perfect mix of classical, world and contemporary music. The genres are very different from each other, but all these artists share the aim to reach the heart of good-minded people." Never the less, 2Pac's mother is happy. "This came as such an amazing surprise," said Afeni Shakur. "It's not something I would have ever thought possible. I give thanks every day, knowing Tupac's words and music continue to have such an incredible effect on people worldwide. My son was always striving to reach out to as many people as he could, and he changed the world in doing so." [Tupac Shakur – Says "No Black Person Would Ever Shoot Me – Watch Here]

    In related news, Hip Hop Invasion continues on Fuse TONIGHT (Wednesday, 12/9) with features on Tupac All Night!  It goes down starting at 7pm/6c with Hip Hop Shop, and make sure to keep it locked for the exclusive Tupac VS. documentary at 10pm/9c – it's a must see! The new documentary gives an in depth portrait of controversial hip-hop icon Tupac Shakur and features never-before-seen interviews, rare footage, and on-screen commentaries from biographer Michael Eric Dyson. [Tupac Shakur – Behind The Camera – Watch Here]

Tupac Shakur – "No Black Person Would Ever Shoot Me" (Fuse Special)

Tupac Shakur – Behind The Camera (Fuse Special)


Tupac Shakur – Eric Dyson Talks About 2pac (Fuse Special)

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    2pac one of the greatest song writers and icons ever