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Tupac Shakur Legacy by Jamal Joseph
ISBN
9780743286114
Published
Released
01 / 11 / 2007
Binding
Other
Pages
64
Dimensions
255 x 280mm

An illustrated and interactive biography of the remarkable Tupac Shakur, this book features rare family photos, reproductions of song lyrics, poems, memorabilia, and personal papers. It includes approximately 20 removable facsimiles, and hour-long CD, and a paper-over-board slipcase.

'Tupac Shakur Legacy' begins where Typac's life did, in the middle of the chaos that surrounded his mother, Black Panther Afeni Shakur, and her involvement in the Panther 21 case. Nearly born in jail, Tupac came into the world just a month after his mother was acquitted. From this frenetic beginning the story follows Tupac's life, from his early childhood in Harlem and the Bronx to his emergence as a young artist at Baltimore School for the Arts and his eventual rise to one of the bestselling rap artists of all time.

Informed by Tupac's own words, set off by intimate stories and quotes from Afeni Shakur and others who were close to him, and illustrated with never-before-seen, removable reproductions of personal items, Tupac's roots and influences, his beliefs, creative processes, tireless work habits, and aspirations emerge, giving readers a sense of who he was on a personal level.
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An illustrated and interactive biography of the remarkable Tupac Shakur, this book features rare family photos, reproductions of song lyrics, poems, memorabilia, and personal papers. It includes approximately 20 removable facsimiles, and hour-long CD, and a paper-over-board slipcase.

'Tupac Shakur Legacy' begins where Typac's life did, in the middle of the chaos that surrounded his mother, Black Panther Afeni Shakur, and her involvement in the Panther 21 case. Nearly born in jail, Tupac came into the world just a month after his mother was acquitted. From this frenetic beginning the story follows Tupac's life, from his early childhood in Harlem and the Bronx to his emergence as a young artist at Baltimore School for the Arts and his eventual rise to one of the bestselling rap artists of all time.

Informed by Tupac's own words, set off by intimate stories and quotes from Afeni Shakur and others who were close to him, and illustrated with never-before-seen, removable reproductions of personal items, Tupac's roots and influences, his beliefs, creative processes, tireless work habits, and aspirations emerge, giving readers a sense of who he was on a personal level.
ISBN:
9780743286114
Publication Date:
01 / 11 / 2007
Pages:
64
Dimensions:
255 x 280mm

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