All Eyez on Me

Tupac Shakur's career was cut far too short, but the mark he left on hip-hop was massive. Over 20 years after his death in an unsolved Las Vegas drive-by shooting, Tupac still casts a long shadow over a genre he helped bring to the masses. All Eyez on Me tells the story of Tupac's life, from his early childhood in New York, his breakout solo record Me Against the World, and his legendary feud with fellow rap great Notorious B.I.G. the film comes to theaters June 16, 2017.

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