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2Pac's influence on music is unparalleled and now there is finally one single place where fans can find over70 unreleased tracks and all of his guest verses, collaborations, freestyles, and interviews from the late legend.
"This page is an ever growing collection of the most rare and significant Tupac content from around the web," notes the Wakelet page description. "It's important to share the things we have discovered about this artist, and I want to build a community around the preservation and collection of media that fans might not always get a chance to see. Please follow for updates on the latest and best Tupac news."
The collection boasts over 70 unreleased tracks and 116 guest verses and is organized by topic so that any Tupac fan can easily navigate his career from the beginning to the end under categories that also include live performances, freestyles, and music videos. There's also a section with links to the several documentaries that have been made about Tupac's life. If you dip into the unreleased collaborations collection, you will find a long list of tracks featuring artists like Notorious B.I.G. and Snoop Dogg.
Similar pages have already been created for artists like Eminem, Lil Wayne, Gucci Mane, Kanye West, Kendrick Lamar, Frank Ocean, Drake, and more. There's no denying amassing such a collection would be a tedious and painstaking process, but we are definitely glad someone took the time to do this. All there is left to do is kick back on the couch and get lost in the content as we remember the late icon today on the 20th anniversary of his death, and every day after.