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    feelings of love, hate, fear, etc. or different things. In class we read to poems which were "Mother to Son" by Langston Hughes and "THE ROSE THAT GREW FROM CONCRETE" by Tupac Shakur. Throughout both poems we have seen a…

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    noticed that Tupac survived 7 days after he was shot. He was shot on the 7th of September and managed to stay alive until the 13th. That is seven days if you include the day he was shot. Others also notice that he was officially announced dead at 4:03 p.m. As we know, four plus three equals seven. Tupac, aka Makaveli, died at the age 25. His age of death is another key factor that relates two numbers adding up to 7. Two plus five happens to equal seven. Another coincidence that is suspect to…

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    off the scientific aspect of the murders of Tupac Shakur and Biggie Smalls. Before I start talking about the muders, I am going to talk about scientific aspects of crimes. For different types of crimes such as: murders, drug deals, accidents, etc., science plays a very important role in all crimes. For crimes such as murder, science is the main thing they have to use to figure out what really happened. This type of science is called forensic science, and this is what the investogators use to…

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    Tupac Shakur

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    Most of you may know the legendary rapper by the name of Tupac Shakur. Besides being a rapper he was know for many other things like starring in movies and his poetry. His mother was apart of an activist group called the Black Panthers. While apart of this group, she went to jail for being accused of bombing buildings. This is where Tupac was born. Growing up things weren’t always great from him. He was raised in poverty living in poor neighborhoods. He grew up in a single mother home. Being a…

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    Smalls or the Notorious B.I.G., died at approximately 1:15 that morning (Hendrickson 29-31). Wallace’s death interests multiple people for various reasons, such as how quickly it happened after Tupac Shakur’s murder and how much the murders reflected one another (Hendrickson 29-31). The absence of evidence revealing Biggie’s killer leaves a wide gap for others to conspire theories and spread lies (Sullivan 124-127). The answers to his shocking death lie somewhere, hidden away in an effort to…

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    youth in the village. The artist, Tupac Shakur is notable in that many of the Cheran youth relate to him: “Alfredo slips in a Tupac Shakur CD, and suddenly the kids are debating in minute detail, the various possible scenarios behind the late hip-hop’s assassination” (Martinez 124). It is apparent that the youth of Cheran can relate to Shakur from what they take away from his lyrics; Tupac Shakur is best known for his lyrics encouraging change and activism toward racism. The lyrics, however, are…

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    in these categories do happen. It does not justify to keep the misogynistic attitude towards women in the genre, however, since it is sexist behavior. Some rappers also have tried to get rid of this behavior as well, both male and female rappers. This fault within Hip-Hop does not only exist in this genre, it exists with other genres that is considered popular culture such as rock or pop, describing women as “the girl next door or the seductress” (Wilson 301). Since it also exists within other…

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    released its song “Fuck the Police”, it was pressured by the FBI for inciting violence against the police. However, as Ice Cube notes in his interview with Billboard, the FBI’s concerns “didn't make [them] bite [their] tongue. It just made [them] stand up even more” (“N.W.A Reminisce About Tangling With the FBI”). Ultimately, the FBI only made NWA release harsher lyrics as the group tried to “stand up even more”. In other words, as NWA got attention for its violence, it felt the need to increase…

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    Cold Cases Chapter Summary

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    He was a good student winning prizes in english. Wallace began selling drugs at the age of twelve and eventually dropped out of school at the age of seventeen. Wallace’s father walked out on him and his mother when he was two years old. He was arrested in 1989 for carrying an unregistered firearm. Wallace came out on the rap scene on September 13, 1994. He went by the name Notorious B.I.G or Biggie Smalls. He was named rap artist of the year in 1995. His success on the rap scene sparked a…

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    Hip Hop or also called Rap music, is a music genre formed in the United States in the 1970s that consists of a stylized rhythmic music that commonly accompanies rapping; a rhythmic and rhyming speech that is chanted. Hip hop has changed in ways making people believe that it is dead and needs resurrection. From young groups like NWA and solo artists like Tupac and The Notorious B.I.G to Young Money and J. Cole and Kendrick Lamar. The evolution in hip hop such as topics, tones, and the desire for…

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