2Pac Returns: Two Unreleased Songs Hit The Net
The late Tupac Shakur, A.K.A. the greatest rapper of all time will never be forgotten. It’s rather difficult to forget about someone when they keep dropping track after track even after their death. Two unreleased songs have hit the net with a vengeance. These gems are “Watch Ya Mouth” and “NY 87.”
On the track Watch Ya Mouth, Pac takes aim at Nas, Dr. Dre, Biggie Smalls, Bad Boy, De La Soul, Mobb Deep, and others. It’s full of raw hatred. Makaveli at his best. In verse two he destroys the mic…
Look, I heard Nas got beef cause I dissin’ his clique, cool
Come bring your ass nigga you can get dissed
I’m world wide steady war rappin’,
Get your cash on nigga, five times platinum
De-La got a problem with this hard shit
Ever since “Me Myself and I”, y’all been garbage
I’m gonna keep it real, show you how it feels to ride
Y’all went three feet and stopped risin’
Wendy Williams is a fat bitch, that’s the truth
I got a jar full of nigga’s nuts that’s for you
Let the west side east side drama cease
I’ll come alone to your own streets, outlaw
Prepare for panic when I unleash
Niggas is lucky if they leave here in one piece
Cream Puff never had no heart to start
So how the hell Biggie Smalls get the part?
Watch ya mouth
The song “NY 87” features 2Pac (duh), the Dogg Pound, DJ Quick, and Deadly Threat. Another hard track that will have anyone from New York catching feelings. It’s not as good as Watch Ya Mouth, but it’s on point. Listening to Pac’s verse you can tell he is upset about getting shot in New York back in 1994. I heard some where this was originally suppose to be a Dogg Pound track but it was never released. The song is a diss towards Mobb Deep, Biggie, Nas, and the entire city of New York.
Shakur is suppose to have another album drop soon. It will be released by WideAwake and will be called Pure. The rumor is it will be a double disc. If it is anything like these two tracks, I will be first in line to buy it.
Damn, I miss Pac…
I never understood interventions. What’s the point of being told you drink too much from a room full of reasons why you drink in the first place?