2Pacalypse Now

2Pac - 2Pacalypse Now
Critic Score
Based on 2 reviews
1991 Ratings: #273 / 415
User Score
Based on 138 ratings
1991 Ratings: #67
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November 12, 1991 / Release Date
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Interscope / Label
Hip Hop / Genres
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Incredibly outdated and just overal boring. 2pac, still a kid here, at his very worst.
despite this being a great hip hop record, it isn't all that it's cracked up to be (at least from what i was told by others). should this record not have had 2pac's name plastered onto it, it wouldnt have been too successful. even with that being said, most of the lyrics are pretty great. 2pac weaves together stories and descriptions of hardships he and many african american people faced at this point in history. the production was very disappointing, nothing was really noticeable, and i ... read more
Quite nice actually,I like the rawness on this project and tbh 2Pac has some of his strongest bars on this album. The production is alright, not aged that well on every track but still in overall quite strong debut. Also quite influential album considering that this was released in 1991 while gangsta rap really started growing in between 1993-1996.
Pac's Debut

I overall prefer Pac over Biggie mostly for Pac's style and charisma which is to me more appealing than Biggie's, but overall, it's because of albums like this that makes us think if Pac really has a better discography, and it's untrue, his flow is really nice overall and the vibe of the album is pretty nice, but it just feels like something is missing, and the repetitive production makes this album boring after a while, but Pac still being underground by this time is probably the ... read more
Pacs debut..... damn. this was a cool listen because i actually never showed interest in this until now and i will say its a alright debut.
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Track List

  1. Young Black Male
  2. Trapped (featuring Shock G)
  3. Soulja's Story
  4. I Don't Give a Fuck (featuring Pogo)
  5. Violent
  6. Words of Wisdom
  7. Something Wicked (featuring Pee-Wee)
  8. Crooked Ass Nigga (featuring Stretch)
  9. If My Homie Calls  
  10. Brenda's Got a Baby (featuring Dave Hollister)
  11. Tha' Lunatic (featuring Stretch)
  12. Rebel of the Underground (featuring Ray Luv & Shock G)
  13. Part Time Mutha" (featuring Angelique & Poppi)
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Added on: February 18, 2013