Tupac Shakur – Lost Souls (Audio) (1997)

The life and career of Tupac Shakur is layered with complexity, and to call his fans “fans” is an understatement. His life was taken far too early, and it is obvious that is legacy will be one that will live for many future generations, if it

has not done so already. He was more than an emcee. His talents took him into acting, which is a loose word used amongst rappers, but we all know that Pac’s ability on the silver screen surpassed those who would just play their rap persona. Today, we celebrate his birthday. He would have been 41 years old.

Depending on who you ask, Tupac had many albums, but we all know that he had a vast catalog. Some albums were major label releases, and many that were released after his passing. He also had many features on various soundtracks and compilations, which even more so makes his discography up for debate. The film Gang Related featured Tupac as an actor, as well as him and his affiliates The Outlaws on the soundtrack, and in the song entitled Lost Souls, Pac takes an element of the Roy Ayers classic, Everybody Loves the Sunshine. The main piano sample is from R&B/Pop group The System, the song Don’t Disturb This Group. When the two samples from different genres and eras come together, it is an excellent blend, giving it a uniqueness that is it’s own. Tupac’s vocals make the song come together, and is energy, power, influence, and charisma on the mic is unmatched by anyone.

Happy Birthday, Pac.

Tupac and The Outlaws – Lost Souls

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The System – Don’t Disturb This Groove (Video)


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