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Tupac News Limited Edition Photos of Hip-Hop Icon Tupac 2Pac
Limited Edition Photos of Hip-Hop Icon Tupac 2Pac PDF Print E-mail
Written by Robert ID2721   
Tuesday, 13 June 2006 12:46

Behind those hip-hop and rap videos and behind the rap artist, actor, poet, and activist Tupac Shakur (2Pac), you can find many people that Tupac touched and interacted with as business associates, friends and family.

Gobi is one of those people lucky enough to have called Tupac his business partner and friend. Gobi directed many of the Tupac (2Pac) videos we enjoy today. Titles like ‘2 of Amerikaz Most Wanted’, ‘How Do You Want It’, ‘Made Niggaz’, ‘All About You’, and the most famous gangsta rap ‘diss’ song ever ‘Hit Em Up’, were made into hip-hop videos and are enjoyed today as much as when they first came out nearly 10 years ago.

Gobi’s recent book release ‘Thru My Eyes’ (Atria / Simon & Schuster), gave us unseen pictures of Tupac (2Pac) from behind the scenes in the hip-hop icons life.

Now Gobi is releasing limited editions of candid photographs of Tupac (2Pac) and they are now available, signed by the photographer, only on www.PacPrints.Com . Only 100 prints of each photo will be sold regardless of sizing.

There are pictures of Tupac (2Pac) from on the set of “Hit ‘Em Up”, on the set of “All About You” and on the set of “Made Niggaz” being offered.

These limited edition photos offered by Gobi are surely offerings every Tupac fan would like to get in on. Once they are gone they are collectors items and will not be offered again; so get in on this early.

Please visit www.PacPrints.Com for a complete look at the photos and ordering information.

A portion of the proceeds from sales will go to the Tupac Amaru Shakur Foundation. Visit them at www.TASF.org .

To read ThugLifeArmy.com ‘s interview with Gobi click HERE.

 
Tupac News Limited Edition Photos of Hip-Hop Icon Tupac 2Pac

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