Tupac Shakur is one of the GOAT's, with an almost unparalleled legacy within Hip-Hop. Since his tragic passing in 1996, Pac's spirit has remained through his music, both old and new, in both life and death.
The "Can't C Me" rapper now has equal amounts of studio and posthumous projects, with some people suspecting his music vault may have run dry, but a recently lawsuit settlement could change that.
Reports say that Tupac's estate has recently settled a lawsuit with Death Row Records, which originally centered around unpaid royalties; the lawsuit also targeted Canadian company Entertainment One, who actually bought Death Row in 2013. With those matters settled, Pac's estate is set to receive a hefty batch of unreleased music, reportedly enough for two or three new albums.
It's been over a decade since Pac's last posthumous work was released with 2006's Pac's Life, which followed up the Eminem produced project Loyal To The game.
No details surrounding timeframes have been released as of yet, but how good will it be to hear new Pac?! Stay tuned for more...