There is a reason Tupac still holds a place in everyone’s heart. He was the epitome of perfection when it came to passing on a message through songs. Not only was he idolized by his fans, but many today still lament his passing. It wasn’t the beautiful girls or the handful of awards that pique the interest of the world, but it was his BOLD lyrics. If this legendary intellect hadn’t been killed, he would have …show more content…
He made it clear that there was a deep understanding of her sacrifices and an appreciation for the provision and …show more content…
His lyrics in this song and a few others suggest he was a man who believed in God. He seemed to hold onto the hope of making it to heaven after death.
“Brenda’s Got A Baby”
Tupac never shied away from pressing social issues. This song spoke volumes of the painful consequences that come from teen pregnancy. He did a song earlier in his career about gun control. He felt it was imperative to touch base on the real social issues that held his generation back. “Changes”
This beautiful song came from the heart of this rap star. He had a never-ending wish and hoped that peace would one day prevail and that the camouflaged wall that separated blacks and whites would disappear.
Critics, who were not fond of this young rapper 's music, grudgingly had to agree that his refreshing honesty made them take notice of all the miles went by, and the ones left to travel in young black America. Tupac Shakur enjoyed a fan base that included people of all colors, nationalities, genders, and race. Of course, I personal don’t like rap music and would never listen to it, but I became an instant fan of Tupac when I heard one of his songs while shopping at the mall. I was completely captivated by his poetic/inspired lyrics and his eloquent, fluent style. Although he is gone too soon, this larger-than-life megastar’s lyrics and message lives on in the hearts of all his fans around