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Nine years after his death, Tupac Shakur's allure is stronger than ever. With more than a quarter of a million copies of his poetry book sold to date; countless Internet sites; the Tupac Amaru Centre in Georgia, USA; university courses dedicated to his poetry and new hit recordings, it's clear that interest in this complex and fascinating artist is still growing. "Thru My Nine years after his death, Tupac Shakur's allure is stronger than ever. With more than a quarter of a million copies of his poetry book sold to date; countless Internet sites; the Tupac Amaru Centre in Georgia, USA; university courses dedicated to his poetry and new hit recordings, it's clear that interest in this complex and fascinating artist is still growing. "Thru My Eyes" is a collection of fifty photographs of Tupac, many never seen before by the public. Gathered from the last year of Tupac's life (1995-1996), these are revealing and poignant images that show him pulling away from the dark forces that influenced his life and developing into a mature artist. With text written by Gobi, Tupac's former music video director/producer, business partner and friend, "Thru My Eyes" provides an in-depth look at a frequently misunderstood performer and also reveals the lighter more playful side of Tupac. There are photographs presenting him as a lover of life and sex symbol; photographs of Tupac in frivolous mood, dressed as Rick James; photographs of him playing joyfully with his kids. And of course there are images depicting Tupac working at his crafts - acting and rapping - imbuing every task with the dedication and determination that defined his life.


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Nine years after his death, Tupac Shakur's allure is stronger than ever. With more than a quarter of a million copies of his poetry book sold to date; countless Internet sites; the Tupac Amaru Centre in Georgia, USA; university courses dedicated to his poetry and new hit recordings, it's clear that interest in this complex and fascinating artist is still growing. "Thru My Nine years after his death, Tupac Shakur's allure is stronger than ever. With more than a quarter of a million copies of his poetry book sold to date; countless Internet sites; the Tupac Amaru Centre in Georgia, USA; university courses dedicated to his poetry and new hit recordings, it's clear that interest in this complex and fascinating artist is still growing. "Thru My Eyes" is a collection of fifty photographs of Tupac, many never seen before by the public. Gathered from the last year of Tupac's life (1995-1996), these are revealing and poignant images that show him pulling away from the dark forces that influenced his life and developing into a mature artist. With text written by Gobi, Tupac's former music video director/producer, business partner and friend, "Thru My Eyes" provides an in-depth look at a frequently misunderstood performer and also reveals the lighter more playful side of Tupac. There are photographs presenting him as a lover of life and sex symbol; photographs of Tupac in frivolous mood, dressed as Rick James; photographs of him playing joyfully with his kids. And of course there are images depicting Tupac working at his crafts - acting and rapping - imbuing every task with the dedication and determination that defined his life.

30 review for Thru My Eyes: Thoughts on Tupac Amaru Shakur in Pictures and Words

  1. 4 out of 5

    H.M. Trey

    I’m a huge Tupac fan, matter-of-fact Tupac is one of my favorite rappers of all times. I love learning all I can about him too. This book was a refreshing read that was filled with great pictures and thoughts about Tupac through the eyes of the author. Many times, you tend to hear the negative about Tupac, but this read shows that he was human and was a good dude despite what people want to always put out there about him. I hate that the brother is gone because if he was still here some of these I’m a huge Tupac fan, matter-of-fact Tupac is one of my favorite rappers of all times. I love learning all I can about him too. This book was a refreshing read that was filled with great pictures and thoughts about Tupac through the eyes of the author. Many times, you tend to hear the negative about Tupac, but this read shows that he was human and was a good dude despite what people want to always put out there about him. I hate that the brother is gone because if he was still here some of these so-called rappers would not be out here…just my opinion. But…I can say that I enjoyed the book and if you are a real Tupac fan…you will too.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Brittany

    very brief, informative read, with some never before seen photos of 2pac.

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