No Martin Luther King for the simple fact that King was not violent. 2Pac is definitely more Malcolm X if not on the same level imo cuz he was really out their fighting for blacks. That's why people & I myself show so much love toward Pac, not cuz he's overrated or cuz he's dead, it's the simple fact that he was fightin for us when noone really was. Cuz really, Al Sharpton & Jesse Jackson are punk bitch know it all's & make us look even more ignorant...again, just imo lol. Wow, I just got sidetracked their lol. I moved away from the point that 2Pac was more like Malcolm X cuz Malcolm X was a thug revolutionist as well. Boogie Down Productions portrayed a picture of Malcolm X for their album By All Means Necessary
Malcom X- Maybe Good rapper- Definitely GDMFJ said:History wouldn't even be near what it is. Tupac was all bout the motivation of black ppl. So he was next mlk and x in my oppinion but died in between a message which left with thug life which was only a part of the story.
These new one hit wonders wouldn't be so big. At all. But can't change time.
Redtom said:I think 2 Pac would be in the same boat as Snoop Dogg and Busta Rhymes. Very good OG rappers, but less relevant today then in their time.
We Can't Stop goes way harder. Haven't listened to we can't stop in a while, better start listenin to it again lol
Redtom said:Do you know where this verse came from?
Show Me A God said:2Pac & Tech N9ne were gonna do a track but then Pac died. So their would have been a collab their.