I won't deny it I'm a straight ridah, you don't want to...you know the rest. There's absolutely no doubt in anyone's mind that Tupac is not just one of the best gangster rappers of all-time, but one of the best rappers of all-time period. A living legend that continues to inspire, intrigue, and empower more than a quarter-century after his untimely demise, Tupac is single-handedly responsible for producing some of the greatest Hip Hop songs and albums ever released. Not only that, but Pac has also been one of the most successful posthumous artists in history, with seven of his eleven albums being released after his death. What's more, Tupac didn't just conquer the music world with his crafty pen game and iconic rap style, he also experienced a lot of success as a young actor on the rise, and boasted a sick fashion sense that still remains copied to this day. During the course of Pac's lifetime, the prolific artist released four critically acclaimed studio albums. Today we're going to be taking a look at all of Tupac's albums (studio and posthumous) in order.
If you're an avid Tupac fan then you'll enjoy some the throwback of once again going through Pac's discography. If you're a new fan, consider this to be your official guide to discovering the beginning of something epic. West Side (Tupac voice).