TWO POSTHUMOUS TUPAC ALBUMS ARE REPORTEDLY IN THE WORKS
Tupac Shakur's voice will once again speak to the culture.
It's been over a decade since we've heard a posthumous album from Tupac's camp. His last project was 2006's Pac's Life, which followed up the Eminem-produced Loyal To The Game. Now, the doors have been reopened.
Tupac's estate has recently settled a lawsuit with Death Row Records, which originally centered around unpaid royaltie. In 2013, Tupac's mother Afeni Shakur filed a $1.1 million lawsuit against Canadian company Entertainment One, claiming she was owed royalties. Entertainment One purchased Death Row Records for $280 million in 2013.
With those matters settled, Tupac's estate will receive a collection of the rapper's unreleased music as part of the settlement. This amount of music is enough for "two, and possibly three" new albums, and the estate hopes to release them soon.
For now, there is no specific release plan for the previously unheard Tupac music, and these reports remain purely speculation, yet it wouldn't be surprising to see developments start to gain momentum in the coming months.