Tupac Shakur Hall Of Fame

After Two decades since his death, Tupac ‘2pac’ Shakur continues to make a significant impact on todays generation: Tupac Shakur Hall Of Fame is incredible.

This year, the late rapper will be introduced into the legendary Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, marking an epic moment in music, especially in Rap / hip-hop history.

This well-deserved long awaited milestone, is a defining one for the Rock Hall.

Gene Simmons, who publicised N.W.A didn’t deserve to be inducted simply because they were a rap group, no Gene, they are a music group who paved the way for millions around the world

N.W.A inspired todays music artists so without them, there would be limited singers/rappers today.

NWA Member Ice Cube speech. “Are we rock and roll?” he asked. “You goddamn right we rock and roll. Rock and roll is not an instrument. It’s not even a style of music. Rock and roll is a spirit.”

Tupac Shakur Hall Of Fame

2pac’s induction is a sign that rap’s spirit will not be silenced and Tupac will continue to live on further into the future.

2Pac is just the sixth rap act to enter the storied institution, He is following Rap group Run-D.M.C., Grandmaster Flash & the Furious Five, the Beastie Boys, Public Enemy and N.W.A into the history books.

Tupac Shakur Hall Of Fame career began in the ‘90s, prompting what could usher a renaissance of rhymers as Snoop Dogg, The Notorious B.I.G., Nas.

Shakur continues to be a trailblazer. Tupac’s induction is also vital because it celebrates hip-hop’s history.

Since his debut album, 1991’s 2Pacalypse Now, he’s provided poignant records about police brutality (“Trapped”), teen pregnancy (“Brenda’s Got a Baby”), the war on drugs (“Words of Wisdom”), domestic violence (“Can U Get Away”), gender and race equality (“Keep Ya Head Up”), to name a few.

Tupac Shakur Hall Of Fame

Raised by Black Panthers in New York and Baltimore through the ‘70s and ‘80s. These times, of course, are sadly as relevant today as they were then, making ‘Pac’s induction feel particularly essential.

We wished his mother Afeni Shakur were still alive to see her son set another imprint into the music world and see the new Movie ‘All Eyez On Me‘ due out in July to mark the rapper birthday.