I’m not a player, I just gift a lot.
Ain’t nobody fresher than my clique.
2Pac + Picasso = PAC-asso
No one quite understood you until they did.
Remembering the rapper, performer, and poet — and the words he left behind — on his 43rd birthday.
Tupac Amaru Shakur aka Lesane Parish Crooks.
Featuring an adorable kitten rave, an inside look into the ever-elusive dishwasher, and the most amazing wimpy goat.
Three tracks from the Tupac Broadway musical Holler If Ya Hear Me have been released.
With Marilyn Monroe and Bruce Lee, no less.
In this previously unheard interview, the iconic rapper opened up about everything from his distaste for the media to how he felt like the tragic hero in a Shakespeare play.
It’s hard to tell if the Morning Joe host was taking a swipe at CNN’s hologram technology, lamenting the production value of his own network, or both.
Because your dream vacation really should reflect how cool you are. Duh.
The venerable R&B and hip hop publication that helped document the history of pop culture in the ‘90s is reportedly set to cease publication at the end of this year. Here is a look at some of the memorable covers from the decade.
Brandy in gold lamé! Lady Gaga making the drunkest face ever! Extremely questionable hairstyles! These prom photos are the best.
Jay-Z boasted about his recent trip to Cuba in a new song out today that blasted his critics, including Florida Republican Sen. Marco Rubio and Florida House Republican Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen.
You can thank artist Davey Gravy for these hip hop and cross-stitching mashups you never knew you needed.
Tupac is still alive except now he’s a corgi.
Add Marco Rubio to the list of powerful conservatives The Cycle’s S.E. Cupp isn’t afraid to publicly criticize.
Tupac and Fleet Foxes are pretty big in Vatican City.
Policy and sensibility from Marco Rubio.
UPDATE: Sadly, the San Francisco Chronicle reports that Mr. Teeth has died.
All of these records came out in 1993, which was a damn good year for music. Sorry if this makes you feel totally ancient.
It’s official: Tupac is still alive, he’s just a train now is all. There’s some Tupac-level language in this video, you’ve been warned.
First came Tupac. A short story about the horrifying future of the music industry.
Feast your eyes on these unholy unions.