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'''Tupac Amaru Shakur''' ([[16 Juni]] [[1971]] – [[13 September 13]] [[1996]]) adalah seorang [[rap music|rapper]], [[aktor]], [[aktivis]], dan [[penyair]] dari AS. Ia memiliki nama samaran '''2Pac''', '''Makaveli''', dan ''''Pac'''. Dalam ''[[Guinness World Records|Guinness Book of World Records]]'' ia dikenal sebagai the world's most successful rapper, karena ia menjual lebih dari 73 juta album di dunia, termasuk 44,5 juta di AS. Kebanyakan lagu Shakur ditulis mengenai kekerasan di ghetto, [[rasisme]], masalah sosial, dan kadang pertengkarannya dengan rapper lain.
 
BornIa indilahirkan di [[New York City]], Tupacnamun frequentlypindah foundke his family changing place of residence.California Inpada [[1988]], his family moved to [[California]], where he would reside for the rest of his life. InPada 1990, heia wasdirekrut hired as amenjadi backup dancer foruntuk the [[alternative hip hop|alternative rap]] groupkelompok [[Digital Underground]]. Tupac's debutAlbum albumpertamanya, ''[[2Pacalypse Now]]'', mendapat pujian dan kecaman karena liriknya yang kontroversial. gained critical recognition and backlash for its controversial lyrics. Shakur became the target of various lawsuits, and experienced legal troubles. Most notably, he was convicted of sexually assaulting a woman in 1993 (although he vigorously denied the claims). The day before the guilty verdict was issued, Shakur was shot five times in a recording studio lobby in Manhattan, wounding him. Following the incident, Shakur grew suspicious that other figures in the rap industry had prior knowledge of shooting and did not warn him; the controversy would help spark the later [[East Coast-West Coast hip hop rivalry|East Coast-West Coast]] feud. After serving eleven months of his sentence, Shakur was released from prison on bail by [[Suge Knight|Marion "Suge" Knight]], the [[Chief executive officer|CEO]] of [[Death Row Records]]. In exchange, Shakur would release three records under the label, with his fifth album, the double-disc ''[[All Eyez on Me]]'' counting as two albums. On [[September 7]], [[1996]], Tupac was shot four times in a [[drive-by shooting]] in [[Las Vegas]], [[Nevada]]. On [[September 13]], [[1996]], six days after the shooting, Tupac died of respiratory failure and [[cardiac arrest]] at [[University Medical Center, Las Vegas]].
problems in society, and sometimes his feuds with fellow rappers. Tupac is known for the political, economic, and messages of racial equality found in much of his work. He has been ranked by many fans, critics, and industry insiders as the greatest [[rapper]] ever.<ref>[http://www.vibe.com/news/news_headlines/2006/06/tupac_shakur_legacy_continues/ ''Vibe.com''], Tupac Shakur's Legacy Continues</ref><ref>MTV2 Presents: 22 Greatest MC's broadcast July 2003</ref> <!-- Do not remove this sentence without letting it be discussed first-->
 
Born in [[New York City]], Tupac frequently found his family changing place of residence. In [[1988]], his family moved to [[California]], where he would reside for the rest of his life. In 1990, he was hired as a backup dancer for the [[alternative hip hop|alternative rap]] group [[Digital Underground]]. Tupac's debut album, ''[[2Pacalypse Now]]'', gained critical recognition and backlash for its controversial lyrics. Shakur became the target of various lawsuits, and experienced legal troubles. Most notably, he was convicted of sexually assaulting a woman in 1993 (although he vigorously denied the claims). The day before the guilty verdict was issued, Shakur was shot five times in a recording studio lobby in Manhattan, wounding him. Following the incident, Shakur grew suspicious that other figures in the rap industry had prior knowledge of shooting and did not warn him; the controversy would help spark the later [[East Coast-West Coast hip hop rivalry|East Coast-West Coast]] feud. After serving eleven months of his sentence, Shakur was released from prison on bail by [[Suge Knight|Marion "Suge" Knight]], the [[Chief executive officer|CEO]] of [[Death Row Records]]. In exchange, Shakur would release three records under the label, with his fifth album, the double-disc ''[[All Eyez on Me]]'' counting as two albums. On [[September 7]], [[1996]], Tupac was shot four times in a [[drive-by shooting]] in [[Las Vegas]], [[Nevada]]. On [[September 13]], [[1996]], six days after the shooting, Tupac died of respiratory failure and [[cardiac arrest]] at [[University Medical Center, Las Vegas]].
 
Tupac's music addresses such topics as the hardships of growing up around violence in [[Ghetto#Ghettos in the United States|United States ghettos]], [[poverty]], [[racism]], and his [[hip hop rivalries|feuds with fellow rappers]]. He is known for the messages of political, economic, and [[racial equality]] that pervade his work as well as the "[[Thug Life]]" that he raps about living in. His music has attracted a large amount of controversy and was showcased in the media a number of times. Shakur gained a large amount of publicity for being one of the main figures in the [[East Coast-West Coast hip hop rivalry|East Coast vs. West Coast feud]] between his Death Row Records label and [[Bad Boy Records]]. During his lifetime, Tupac released five albums and played roles in several films. Many posthumous albums have been released under Shakur's name.
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