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Title: Trapped
Year: 1991
Album: 2Pacalypse Now
Performed By: 2Pac
Description: Trapped was Tupac's first video as a solo artist. At the start, he and his homies are on the street corner chillin' but take off when Money B spots the cops. The video is also set in a prison were Tupac is being held as a prisoner in bad conditions. He gets a visitor (Shock G) who raps the chorus with Pac saying, "Nah, they can't keep the black man down." The video caught the attention of vice-president at the time, Dan Quayle, because when Tupac was being brutilized by the cops, a guy rushed in and shot the cops.



Title: Brenda's Got A Baby
Year: 1992
Album: 2Pacalypse Now
Performed By: 2Pac
Description: Brenda's Got A Baby was the song introduced Tupac to the world as a solo artist. The video imitates the lyrics of the song with a young girl from the ghetto having a baby and trying to make it on her own. Tupac and his friends from the neighborhood stand by and watch, unable to assist the young, struggling Brenda.



Title: If My Homie Calls
Year: 1992
Album: 2Pacalypse Now
Performed By: 2Pac
Description: Description coming soon.



Title: Holler If Ya Hear Me
Year: 1993
Album: Strictly 4 My N.I.G.G.A.Z.
Performed By: 2Pac
Description: This was the first single from Tupac's second album which was quite hardcore. At the start of the video, Tupac is talking about how so many blacks are being killed on the streets and it is showing black bodies on the pavements. It also shows a little kid who seems to have just discovered his father has been killed. When the song starts, Tupac is walking around with his homies rapping. The video is very dark but has got lots of flashing lights.



Title: I Get Around
Year: 1993
Album: Strictly 4 My N.I.G.G.A.Z.
Performed By: 2Pac feat. Digital Underground
Description: This was Tupac's first real hit as a solo rapper. The video is a very typical hip-hop video with all the black folks running around in their swimwear just enjoying themselves, with Tupac looking to get lucky with a honey who leaves him tied to the bed and some old women are trying to get with Pac as he tries to escape from them.



Title: Keep Ya Head Up
Year: 1993
Album: Strictly 4 My N.I.G.G.A.Z.
Performed By: 2Pac
Description: This song showed a different side to Tupac who was still coming up at the time. The video shows Tupac rapping in the hood with all the folks and kids of the area. It also shows men riding around hollering at women while Tupac looks sad.



Title: Papa'z Song
Year: 1993
Album: Strictly 4 My N.I.G.G.A.Z.
Performed By: 2Pac feat. Wycked
Description: The start of this video shows a little kid (imitating Tupac when he was young) looking to play catch with his mother's boyfriends but they won't, so he has to play himself (and as this is happening, Tupac is rapping about how he had to play catch by himself and he is dissing his dad for not being there throughout his childhood). In the last verse of the song. In the last verse of the song when Pac is rapping with a deep voice, an older man in prison (who is the "papa") raps along with tears in his eyes. Tupac's step brother is also in the song/video.



Title: Pour Out A Little Liquor
Year: 1994
Album: Thug Life Volume 1
Performed By: 2Pac
Description: At the start of this vid, the whole Thug Life crew are reminiscing about how things were back in the day; "We was the real gangstaz dawg!" says Big Syke. Then it rolls into the song with Tupac rapping in a bar wearing a tux and a top hat.



Title: How Long Will They Mourn Me?
Year: 1994
Album: Thug Life Volume 1
Performed By: 2Pac & Thug Life
Description: Description coming soon.



Title: Cradle To The Grave
Year: 1994
Album: Thug Life Volume 1
Performed By: 2Pac & Thug Life
Description: This video is set in a prison were Tupac and the rest of Thug Life are incarcerated. Each member raps their verse while going through a prisoner's daily routine. Some of the video is also set in the hood were Thug Life are just chillin'.



Title: Dear Mama
Year: 1995
Album: Me Against The World
Performed By: 2Pac
Description: This was Tupac's biggest song to date at the time of its release and was the first ever rap song that was so heartfelt. Tupac was incarcerated when it was released so he couldn't appear on the video set but his mother, whom the song was dedicated to, was there and is in the video. At the start of the video it shows a woman in prison (imitating Afeni when pregnant with Tupac). It then shows Afeni as she is saying, "When I was pregnant I thought I was gonna have the baby and the baby would never be with me but I was aqquited a month and two days before Tupac was born. I was real happy, becase I had a son." Then it rolls into the song as Afeni is reminiscing about her son Tupac; looking at photos, a scrapbook, and video footage. It also shows a woman imitating Afeni and two little kids imitating Tupac and his sister Sekyiwa re-living Pac's childhood and imitating the lyrics of the song.



Title: So Many Tears
Year: 1995
Album: Me Against The World
Performed By: 2Pac
Description: Like with Dear Mama, Tupac was locked up when this song was released so he didn't appear in the video in person, but a look-a-like does appear in the video in some scenes. Like with the song, the video is very gloomy, showing footage of people at a funeral shedding tears over the loss of their loved ones. It also shows some video and photo footage of Tupac throughout.



Title: Temptations
Year: 1995
Album: Me Against The World
Performed By: 2Pac
Description: With Tupac in prison, an all-star cast appeared in this video including Coolio, Ice-T, Treach from Naughty By Nature, Shock G from Digital Underground, Jada Pinkett, Salt 'N Pepa, Issac Hayes, Warren G, Crystal Waters and Bill Bellamy who showed great support for Tupac and wanted Pac to win a video award while he was incarcerated. The video is set in a hotel where Coolio is the bell-boy and Ice-T seems to be the manager or some kind of figure with authority over the bell-boy. Coolio's character witnesses lots of sexual encounters and people looking for love in the hotel. The video is basically about passion and sex but is not of an adult nature.



Title: California Love
Year: 1995
Album: All Eyez On Me
Performed By: 2Pac feat. Dr. Dre
Description: After spending 11 1/2 months in prison, Tupac was bailed out by Death Row Records and he joined them. This was his first single for Death Row and was his most popular to date. He teamed up with fellow Death Row inmate, Dr. Dre on this track. The video is set in the desert were everybody is dressed up in freaky make-up and wierd clothing and are just having a good time while Dre and Pac are rapping. At the end they all drive through the desert in jeeps and quads etc. The video was directed by Hype Williams which is why it was so unusual and tight.



Title: California Love (RMX)
Year: 1995
Album: All Eyez On Me
Performed By: 2Pac feat. Dr. Dre
Description: At the start of this video, Tupac is dreaming of the original California Love video. He wakes up gasping for air and calls Dre talking about the crazy dream he just had were he and Dre were doing some madness. While they are on the phone, they discuss plans for a party that Dre is hosting later; "What you got?" asks Pac, "Nothin' but California Love baby!" replies Dre. They meet up at the swat meet in their drop top cars and head to the party were everyone is shaking their ass and just getting buck-wild as Dre and Pac rap and run around drinking liquor.



Title: How Do U Want It
Year: 1996
Album: All Eyez On Me
Performed By: 2Pac feat. K-Ci & JoJo
Description: Description coming soon.



Title: How Do U Want It (X-Rated)
Year: 1996
Album: All Eyez On Me
Performed By: 2Pac feat. K-Ci & JoJo
Description: In the words of Tupac this is the dirtiest, nastiest video he ever did. It was made especially to be shown on Playboy because it was a porn vid. Pac is in a bar with K-Ci & JoJo getting acquainted with all the girls who are also getting acquainted with eachother. Pac doesn't go quite as far with the girls as you would imagine he would, but who knows what went on behind the scenes.



Title: 2 Of Amerikaz Most Wanted
Year: 1996
Album: All Eyez On Me
Performed By: 2Pac feat. Snoop Dogg
Description: At the start of this video it shows Biggie and Puffy impersonators where they are called "Piggie" and "Buffy." Buffy is bigging Piggie up because he thinks that Tupac is dead (refering to Tupac's 1994 shooting). Then Tupac walks in and they are shocked. When the song starts, Tupac and Snoop are at a table with a big meal and champagne rapping their verses. After a while the cops come in and take them away and they finish the song in court.



Title: Hit 'Em Up
Year: 1996
Album: Greatest Hits & How Do U Want It (Single)
Performed By: 2Pac feat. The Outlawz
Description: This was Tupac's most controvercial song because he disses a lot of east coast rappers. At the start of the video it shows Biggie and Puffy impersonators acting stupid as Tupac raps, pulling a wig off of a Faith Evans (Biggie's wife) impersonator. The Outlawz are introduced on this vid; when it shows a member, his name appears beside him.



Title: I Ain't Mad At Cha
Year: 1996
Album: All Eyez On Me
Performed By: 2Pac feat. Danny Boy
Description: This video foretells Tupac's death. At the start he is out with a friend and then a gunman comes along and guns him down. An ambulance takes Tupac away but it is too late, he dies and goes to heaven where he is greated by famous dead people look-a-likes. Meanwhile, his friend on earth is very upset and spends the video mourning for Tupac who raps, appearing beside him sometimes as a ghost. This video version of the song is quite different to the album version, it contains a different third verse.



Title: Toss It Up
Year: 1996
Album: The Don Killuminati
Performed By: 2Pac feat. Danny Boy, K-Ci & JoJo & Arron Hall
Description: According to K-Ci & JoJo, this video was shot the day before Tupac was shot in 1996. Pac, Arron Hall, Danny Boy, K-Ci & JoJo are in what seems to be a mechanic's garage firing things up with some ladies.



Title: To Live And Die In L.A.
Year: 1997
Album: The Don Killuminati
Performed By: 2Pac feat. Val Young
Description: In this video, Tupac is chillin' in L.A. with the public. He starts off on the side of the road selling oranges and gets picked up by some girls. He then goes to the shopping mall where he is rapping outside and then goes inside where he socializes with the people. Throughout the video it shows clips of different places in L.A.



Title: Hail Mary
Year: 1997
Album: The Don Killuminati
Performed By: 2Pac feat. The Outlawz
Description: This video was shot after Tupac died so he does not appear in it, but The Outlawz do. At the beggining it shows a man who has just been sent to prison for killing his best friend, and he keeps looking at a picture of him and Tupac (this man could represent Suge Knight). It then shows three men (representing Tupac's enemies) in a house playing video games. They all get a shock when lightening strikes and with that, the grave saying "R.I.P. Makaveli, 1971-1996" cracks in half and the ground lifts. Each of the three men in the house get killed by someone you can't see. However, it is supposed to be Tupac coming back to kill his enemies.



Title: Wanted Dead Or Alive
Year: 1997
Album: Gridlock'd Sountrack
Performed By: 2Pac & Snoop Dogg
Description: This is a 2Pac and Snoop Dogg song but Pac doesn't appear in the video because it was shot after his death. It does however show clips of Tupac in the movie Gridlock'd from which's soundtrack, this song comes from. In the video Snoop Dogg is chillin' in his mansion and the swats are coming after him but can't find him.



Title: Made Figgaz
Year: 1997
Album: Gang Related Soundtrack
Performed By: 2Pac feat. The Outlawz
Description: This video is called Made Figgaz because it is the censored version of Made Niggaz. There are scenes in the uncensored video (below) that aren't suitable for daytime TV brodcasting so in this video it shows clips of Tupac's final movie Gang Related (from which's soundtrack this song comes from) in place of some of the unsuitable scenes. Pac and The Outlawz are rapping in some underground place and in some scenes they are wearing police uniforms.



Title: Made Niggaz
Year: 1997
Album: Gang Related Soundtrack
Performed By: 2Pac feat. The Outlawz
Description: At the start of this video, before the song comes on, Biggie and Puffy impersonators are riding around in their jeep. While Biggie is asking Puffy to stop for a chicken because he is hungry, Puffy is dissing the weastcoast; "they ain't shit, that peanut head Tupac..." he says. While all this is going on, Biggie and Puffy don't know that they are being watched and tailed by Pac and The Outlawz. The skit ends when Biggie and Puffy are doing some deal with a guy in the same place that the actual song takes place. The guy spots cops in the survailance camera and starts asking Biggie what the hell is going on. Biggie tells the guy not to worry, but it is Pac and The Lawz coming to kill Biggie and Puffy. So when the song starts, it shows scenes of Tupac and The Outlawz going in and shooting Biggie, Puffy and all the guys with them. The part of the video with the song is nearly the same as the censored version but it shows clips of them killing their enemies instead of clips of Gang



Title: I Wonder If Heaven Got A Ghetto
Year: 1997
Album: R U Still Down? [Remember Me]
Performed By: 2Pac
Description: This video starts in Rukahs, New Mexico on September 14th, 1996 (the day after Tupac died). The camera is imitating Tupac's journey to heaven and shows loads of people greating him six days later and women are soaking up the blood from Pac's wounds. Its a quite strange video and doesn't show Tupac at all.



Title: Do For Love
Year: 1998
Album: R U Still Down? [Rememeber Me]
Performed By: 2Pac
Description: In this video, an animated Tupac has got the star role. Different styles of animation are used to show Tupac as he raps, dances and runs into some confrontations with his lady.



Title: Changes
Year: 1998
Album: Greatest Hits
Performed By: 2Pac
Description: Changes was a tribute video to Tupac. It shows video, concert, photo and interview footage of him during his lifetime while the song is going on in the back. The song and video was and still is very popular and earned Tupac's Greatest Hits a 10x platinum certificate.



Title: All About U
Year: 1998
Album: Greatest Hits
Performed By: 2Pac feat. Nate Dogg, Topp Dogg, Dru Down, Fatal & Kadafi
Description: Although this song was originally released on Tupac's 1996 album, All Eyez On Me, the video wasn't released until 1998, when the song (with a different final verse) appeared on Pac's Greatest Hits. In the original, Snoop talks in the last verse but in this version, Death Row's new artist Topp Dogg rapped the final verse and appeared in the video. The video starts with some guy who knows Pac getting a phone call from someone looking for Pac because he was late for a modeling job. Turns out that Pac is at home watching TV and then start to rap, on the bed, and in the toilet. He then goes to the modeling job where he ends of on the catwalk on a motorbike dressed in leather clothing.



Title: Baby Don't Cry (Keep Ya Head Up II)
Year: 2000
Album: Still I Rise
Performed By: 2Pac & The Outlawz
Description: This was the follow up to Tupac's 1993 hit single, Keep Ya Head Up. The video shows a young girl who has been picked up by three men presumably because they are going to rape her. While they are taking her away in the car she is crying and at the same time Tupac is reapeating the words, "baby don't cry." It also shows The Outlawz on the street rapping as women they know are on the brink of shedding tears from the ups and downs in their lives. Throughout the video it shows clips of Tupac in the video for Keep Ya Head Up. At the end, the young girl who was taken away by the three men escapes from the car and The Outlawz are rapping, surrounded by loads of people like Tupac was in the Keep Ya Head Up video and they are being looked down upon by a Tupac mural.



Title: Unconditional Love
Year: 2000
Album: Greatest Hits
Performed By: 2Pac
Description: This video was released two years after the song was released on Tupac's Greatest Hits. At the start of the vid, a radio request line is being played and a woman calls in asking the deejay if he knows if Tupac may still be alive because she listened to God Bless The Dead and the lyrics led her to believe he may still be out there. The deejay replied saying that he doesn't know if he is alive but wherever he is, he is probably thuggin' it out in the studio. Then it rolls into the song and shows a Tupac look-a-like rapping in the studio (although you can't see him very clearly). The video is quite disrespectful I feel because it is supposed to imitate Tupac being alive, hiding away in the studio.



Title: Until The End of Time
Year: 2001
Album: Until The End Of Time
Performed By: 2Pac feat. RL
Description: 4 1/2 years after his death, this video was released and was a hit. The video shows some great video, photo, concert and interview footage of Tupac. It also shows clips of him in the studio, writing, mixing and recording. This footage was amazing to see for Tupac fans because it showed him behind the scenes doing what he does best and what people loved him for.


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Title: Whatta Man
Year: ?
Album: ?
Performed By: Salt 'N Pepa feat. 2Pac
Description: No description available.



Title: Wassup With The Luv
Year: 1991
Album: This Is An E.P. Release
Performed By: Digital Underground feat. 2Pac
Description: Tupac is just chillin' in the studio with Digital Underground in this video. This video was released prior to Pac's solo career when he was part of Digital Underground.



Title: Gotta Get Mine
Year: 1993
Album: ?
Performed By: MC Breed feat. 2Pac
Description: Pac hooked up with MC Breed on this track. In the video they are at a house party; drinking liquor, smoking spliffs; the usual. This is the first video were Tupac wears "Thug Life" clothing (his hat). He is also flashing a gun with money hanging out of his hat.



Title: Regulate
Year: 1994
Album: Above The Rim Soundtrack
Performed By: Warren G & Nate Dogg
Description: This is not a Tupac video, nor does he appear in the video in person, but the song is from the Above The Rim soundtrack and shows clips of the movie Above The Rim in which Tupac starred as the local gangstar, so it shows clips of him.



Title: Natural Born Killaz
Year: 1994
Album: Murder Was The Case Soundtrack
Performed By: Ice Cube & Dr. Dre
Description: Ice Cube and Dr. Dre team up on this track for the Murder Was The Case soundtrack. The video shows Ice Cube and Dre in a warehouse or somewhere of that nature rapping in clothes similar to the ones used in the original California Love video. Tupac is a member of the swat team and only appears for a few seconds at the end when he shoots Ice Cube.



Title: Smile
Year: 1997
Album: Untouchable
Performed By: Scarface feat. 2Pac
Description: Tupac recorded this song with Scarface just before he died but did not appear in the video which was released a year later. A Tupac look-a-like does appear in the video. It shows the Pac look-a-like on the cross rapping to Tupac's vocals and at the end he gets released from the cross



Title: Homies And Thuggs
Year: 1998
Album: My Homies
Performed By: Scarface feat. 2Pac & Master P
Description: Tupac didn't record this song with Scarface and Master P in the studio; Tupac's verse is from a freestyle and is just pasted into the song. He is in the video, but only on a large TV screen showing him rapping in the studio which was also pasted into the video and was not originally shot for this vid.


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