New 2Pac letter shows where the poetic rapper's mind was before he was killed.
The mystery and the legend that is 2 Pac continues to grow year after year, I mean it's 2015 and there's still rumors lingering of Tupac sightings all around the world. This letter will surely add more fuel to the flame.
Even though 2 Pac was all over the news being portrayed as the bad guy, it's well documented that he wanted to make a change in society and the world. Even at the peek of the “East Coast vs. West Coast” beef, 2pac still collaborated with artists such as Redman & Method Man, and had reportedly squashed the beef with Nas.
Now this letter surfaces showing that Pac indeed had bigger plans beyond the “East vs West” tensions, with plans to make a ONE NATION project that would have brought artists from all regions together.
The letter, addressed to Big Lock, tells of the project which was set to feature Outkast, E-40, Scarface, Buckshot, Greg Nice, Smiff-N-Wessun and Tha Outlawz.
Although he wanted unity, he still had no plans of settling things with his former friend The Notorious B.I.G., there's no mention of when this was written but judging from the contents, it's more than likely after All Eyez On Me was released.
Read the letter below.