By Seitu Oronde On Monday, September 11th, 2023, photojournalist Seitu Oronde was in Harlem, to document the play about the life of Harlem rap artist Tupac Shakur.
Tupac Amaru Shakur, rapper, actor, activist, thug, poet, rebel, and visionary, born Lesane Parish Crooks, June 16, 1971 – September 13, 1996, in East Harlem, New York.
TV One’s edgy docu-series UNCENSORED, which explores the private lives of some of today’s most notable personalities, highlights singer and actor Tyrese this Sunday, September 13, 2020, at 10 P.M.
In an effort to aid in maintaining one’s mental health during this global pandemic, The Tupac Amaru Shakur Foundation launches phase 1 of “The Healing Tank Project.”
The Notorious B.I.G. and Harlem’s Tupac brought out the stars at USA Network’s New York advanced screening of Unsolved: The Murders Of Tupac and The Notorious B.I.G. held February 19th, 2018, at 1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge.
Back in July 2017, Harlem World Magazine, created an email interview with Lolita Files, shortly after the interview it was lost, and yesterday we found the interview.
A&E returns to its “Biography” franchise roots about Harlem born Tupac Shakur with “Who Killed Tupac?” (8 p.m., TV-14).
Tupac Amaru Shakur June 16, 1971 – September 13, 1996, also known by his stage names 2Pac and briefly as Makaveli, was an American rapper and actor.
On Thursday, April 7th, 2017, The Estate of Harlem born Tupac Shakur in partnership with Bravado, Universal Music Group’s industry-leading merchandise and brand management company, celebrated the unveiling of Tupac’s Powamekka Café at Sweet Chick, 178 Ludlow, New York, New York.
Harlem man Tupac Shakur’s recording career lasted just five years before he was murdered in 1996, but it is the rapper’s influence from beyond the grave that will be celebrated when he is inducted in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame on Friday.
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame’s Class of 2017 appears to have a little something for everyone. The six performer inductees announced Tuesday reflect a wide reach in time and style, ranging from and the late rapper and Harlemite Tupac Shakur, to Joan Baez, and Pearl Jam.
Afeni Shakur, the activist and protector of slain East Harlemite son Tupac Shakur‘s legacy, died Monday in Nothern California. She was 69.
It is the presence of strong women in the Broadway musical, ‘Holler If Ya Hear Me’ that attracted Saycon Sengbloh to be part of the cast and serves as a reminder of one usually overlooked facet of Tupac Shakur’s enduring legacy: his female empowerment anthems.
Considering all that Harlem born Tupac has contributed to hip hop in such a short amount of time, it’s hard to imagine Tupac Shakur being a fan, but a never-before-heard phone call reveals that very side of the late lyricist.
By Harlem World Magazine Harlem’s Cam’ron’s debut solo album, “Confessions of Fire,” holds a significant place in hip-hop history, akin to iconic artists’ early works like RZA’s “Ooh I Love You Rakeem” and Mobb Deep’s “Juvenile Hell.”