Best Tupac Shakur Songs of All Time! (part 2)

#50. Ghetto Gospel – Why does Pac sound like he’s “recovering from the flu” on this record? I know Eminem produced this track (Em’s a really underrated producer), but something is slightly “off” with this song...

#49. Hold Ya Head – I could see me putting this song a lot higher if it wasn’t for the awful “chorus”. There are quite a few songs on this list that have “badly sung choruses” that “weigh down” their overall ranking…

#48. Until the End of Time ft. R.L. Huggar – I’m not always a fan of “hit” songs after an artist death. I don’t mind this song to much… Using the “Broken Wings” sample on a hip hop song was a good idea as well…

#47. Wonda Why They Call U Bitch – A classic 2pac track! This song is very similar to the N.W.A. song “N*gga’s 4 Life”. “Mainstream America” really needed a “formal” education on the reason why the “product’s” of the “ghetto” used such “crude” language to get their message’s across, and rap songs like these were good “sources” of information to potentially draw from

#46. Letter 2 My Unborn – I’m going to be honest with you… There are a “couple” of songs on this list that I “personally” don’t really like/care for that much. To me this song is just “okay”. It deserves to be mentioned on this list, but it’s not a song I wouldn’t listen to in my “free time”. I’m just being honest…

#45. Ratha Be Ya N*gga ft. Richie Rich – I’m going to reference N.W.A. again because “I’d Rather F*ck You” has “one” of my favorite instrumentals ever! “Ratha Be Ya N*gga” uses the same instrumental, so of course I love this song as well. Also “Richie Rich” and 2Pac had great “chemistry” together  on tracks back then. “Heavy In the Game” is another good example of this…

#44. Starin’ Through My Rear View ft. Outlawz – I love this song for the tempo of it alone. Do  you need a 2pac song to run/exercise to? Give this song a try…

#43. Letter to the President – Nas “sampled” this track at one point, and that was the first time I was made “aware” of this song. Unlike that Nas song (which I’ve forgotten the name of because it was so terrible) I like this song quite a bit…

#42. Runnin’ (Dying to Live) ft. The Notorious B.I.G. – I understand that this is a “Frankenstein” track that was put together long after both of these “brotha’s” had died, but  DAMN this track “bump’s in the whip”! Shout out to Feefo (Dead End Hip Hop)…

#41. My Block (Nitty Remix) – This song seemed to be a “fan favorite” in the comment section of the first part of this list (link here) https://hiphopwontstop.blog/2017/04/27/top-25-2pac-songs-of-all-time/. So what’s my opinion on this song? Well… It’s pretty good, but it’s not “top 25” good. I just wanted to put “that” out there…

#40. Lost Souls – “Shout out” to everyone in the comments for bringing this track to my attention. I had never listened to this song before, I’ve heard this rap “cadence” used on other songs before, but never knew what “song” rappers were “drawing” inspiration from, so once again thank you…

#39. Got My Mind Made Up ft. The Dogg Pound, Method Man, and Redman – IMO this is best “posse track” 2pac was ever a part of! Everyone is excellent on this track! Personally I feel like Method Man is the “Mvp” of this song. He sing/raps the hook, and has the best line of the entire song when he say’s “N*gga’s best protect their joints in nine nickel, man I stay on point like icicles”. That is one of my favorite rap lines ever!…

#38. All About U ft. Nate Dogg, Snoop Dogg, Fatal, and Yani Hadati – A “classic” Tupac song… I feel i’m having a “déjà vu” moment right now…

#37. Lord Knows – “Me Against the World” is my favorite 2pac album of all time! I feel like “All Eyez on Me” was probably a better “collection” of songs, but if I were going to choose one Pac album to listen to “from front to back” it would be “Me Against the World”…

#36. When We Ride On Our Enemies (Briss Remix) – Why did Pac have to “go innn” on Lauryn Hill like that (shakes head vehemently) … On a side note… A Tupac Shakur featuring Lauryn Hill song “back in the day” would of been f#cking amazing! I could only “Imagine That” 😉 …

#35. Shorty Wanna Be a Thug – I briefly mentioned this song on my “25 Best Kanye Songs” list. You can check that out here: https://hiphopwontstop.blog/2017/05/31/top-25-kanye-west-songs-of-all-time/ (DISCLAIMER: This link has virtually nothing to do with this song, I just like plugging my website)…

#34. No More Pain – It’s funny that when 2pac “reuses” a song from somebody else (in this case Method Man) nobody says sh*t, but when Jay-Z  “reuses” “Me and My Girl Friend”, or quotes Biggie everyone’s “up in arms” about it. The hypocrisy in hip hop is crazy to me…

#33. Toss It Up – This song will drive my dog crazy! There’s something about the pitch/frequency of this track (not to mention the guy who yell’s “boom” every 3 seconds) that makes it a very unfriendly listen for most pets. The tracks definitely dope though…

#32. Tradin War Stories ft. C-Bo, Dramacydal, and Storm – What words could I use to properly describe the “instrumental” on this particular song?… “Chinese war music” is one description. A noise that would come from a hawk or some type of “flying animal” would be another. Yeah that’s probably the best I can do guys, sorry… Definitely a good song…

#31. Bomb First – This is like the 5th best 2pac “diss song” in his catalog. He was really “skilled” in this particular “category” of rap, so the fifth best 2pac “diss song” is probably still better then the best “Busta Rhymes diss song” (if he were to make one hypothetically)… You get the point…

#30. Me and My Girlfriend – Personally I’m not “wild” about the “chick” yelling in the background of this song. I understand why she’s there and all, but if it was my choice I would’ve left her “vocals” on the “cutting room floor”, but hey it might just be me who feels that way…

#29. How Long Will They Mourn Me? ft. Thug Life, and Nate Dogg – This is one of my favorite Tupac songs! This song is “dedicated” to his “home boy” Kato who was killed sometime during 2pac’s “run”. I’m not going to “front” and act like I know a lot about Kato as a rapper/person because I really don’t. I f#ck with this song “heavy” though…

#28. Heartz of Men – The Richard Pryor “quotes” in this song are hilarious. This song is worth listening to just for them, and that’s not even mentioning that the “song” itself is really good…

#27. How Do U Want It ft. KC and JoJo – Remember “KC and JoJo”? They were every where in the 90’s. Nowadays you can probably catch them performing at your local “fairgrounds”, during a “harvest festival” or some other b*llshit holiday (word of advice: don’t “write” on a empty stomach, you tend to be negative as f#ck)…

#26. Krazy – This song is in every 2pac fan’s “top 10”. A universally loved Pac song that never received any “radio play”. That’s seems “Krazy” to me 😉 …


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