[video] Greg Kading Talks Murder Rap Doc: The Murders of Biggie & 2Pac

This guy says he has solved the murders of Biggie and Tupac.

Greg Kading, the former LAPD detective covered and” solved” the murders of the Notorious B.I.G. and Tupac Shakur in his 2011 book, Murder Rap: The Untold Story of the Biggie Smalls & Tupac Shakur Murder Investigations. Today, his documentary of the same name was released, and according to Kading, it’s the “book on steroids.”

What makes Kading different from all of the others who’ve attempted to solve the infamous murders is the fact that he bases his conclusions on factual, documented evidence. During this exclusive clip, Greg explains that what we’ll see in the Murder Rap documentary is “evidence-based information. It comes from inside the investigation, not from outside.”

Watch as he drops names and links one of them back to Suge Knight in this intensive exclusive.

[video] TJ Mizell speaks on Jam Master Jay’s Murder Case Being “Brushed To The Side” By Investigators | Larry King Now | Ora.TV

Rapper’s get killed and the cases go cold. Strange how Rev. Run and DMC rarely, if ever speak about the unsolved murder of their friend and group member.

Jam Master Jay’s son TJ Mizell speaks candidly with Larry King about his father’s longstanding, unsolved murder. He says that because the late, great RUN-DMC DJ was part of the rap and hip-hop communities, his case isn’t being given the attention it deserves.

[video] Mopreme Shakur: 2Pac Knew He Was Gonna Die Early

– Mopreme Shakur, rapper and older step-brother to the late Tupac Shakur, recently sat down with VladTV and spoke about what drove ‘Pac to work so hard in the studio and what it means to hear his music today.

“It makes it easier to deal with him not being here,” Mopreme responded when asked about how he feels when he hears 2Pac’s music. “You smile because he did everything he said he was going to do.”

“It was just a shame we lost him so early,” Mopreme continued. “But I think in the spiritual realm – his inner clock – he knew he was gonna go early.”

Watch the clip to hear more from a somber Mopreme about his step-brother’s sense that death was not far off, and how it motivated him to work harder than everyone else to get his message out.

[video] The FBI War on Tupac (Must Watch)

This is a Must Watch for everybody.

Jeff interviews author John Potash, topics include: the corrupt oligarchy, Tupac Shakur, Tupac was an an activist before becoming a rapper, FBI war on Tupac Shakur, Black Panthers as community activists, Huey Newton, Black Panther Cubs, Mike Tyson, entrapment, targeting of political musicians, Death Row Records was a US intelligence front, conspiracy and cover up, MK Ultra, CIA and drugs, Afghanistan, Kurt Cobain, Jimmi Hendrix, and much more.








Man admits to SHOOTING Tupac Shakur, Claims JIMMY HENCHMEN Paid $2500 for the HIT (Updated)

Update #1

Well it seems this story has sparked interest from the NYPD.

via Huff Post

NEW YORK — New York City police have begun an investigation into an online posting supposedly from a convicted felon who claims to have shot and robbed slain rapper Tupac Shakur.

Police spokesman Paul Browne said Wednesday if police determine the post is legitimate they will seek to interview the prisoner.

The claim was posted on the website AllHipHop.com. The person says he was paid $2,500 by another hip hop mogul to rob Shakur outside a studio in Manhattan in 1994. Shakur suffered gunshot wounds but eventually recovered. He was later killed in 1996 in an unsolved slaying.

Wow. We have definitely have been in a crazy resurgence of everything Tupac culminating with the street banger “Tupac Back” courtesy of Maybach Music signee Meek Mills and Rick Rozay. Now comes this out of the world news that Dexter Isaac has not only admitted to shooting Tupac Shakur back in 1994, but that Jimmy Rosemond aka Jimmy Henchmen paid him $2500 to do it. Unbelievable.


A man has admitted to shooting rap star Tupac Shakur in 1994 after allegedly being paid $2,500 dollars by James “Jimmy Henchman” Rosemond inside Manhattan’s Quad Studios in November of 1994.

Dexter Isaac, a former friend of Rosemond, is an inmate currently serving life in prison for murder, robbery and other offenses.

Isaac came forward Wednesday (June 15th) with the information on the eve of what would be Tupac’s 40th birthday.
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Stars Align to Honor Tupac on His Bday w/Benefit Concert


via HipHopGalaxy


The Tupac Amaru Shakur Center for the Arts is proud to announce a star-studded birthday celebration & all-star benefit concert presented by Afeni Shakur and Hollywood actor/ comedian Mike Epps (June 16, 2009) in honor of the late hip-hop icon Tupac Shakur, it was announced today by Epps’ Naptown Productions.

The unique partnership was created by Epps, who despite juggling a national comedy tour, promotion of the new DVD “Funny Bidness” and two box-office films, “Next Day Air” and “Janky Promoters”, decided to augment his schedule by honoring the late rapper’s birthday with a fund-raising event to support The Tupac Amaru Shakur Center for the Arts and an unforgettable birthday celebration.

“I’m a long-time fan of Pac’s music. It’s always been the soundtrack for overcoming struggle and when my life was in a desolate place it was his messages that helped bring me through,” says Epps. “I wouldn’t be where I am today if it wasn’t for his inspiration. It’s an honor for me to stand alongside his mother, Afeni Shakur in celebrating such a personal Continue reading

UPDATE: Tupac’s Mum & Amaru Entertainment Respond To Lawsuit

via Thisis50
Afeni Shakur, the mother of late rapper Tupac Shakur, released a statement today (February 23) responding to a lawsuit filed against her and Amaru Entertainment by film production company Morgan Creek.

As reported earlier, Morgan Creek claimed that Afeni and Amaru Entertainment backed out of an agreement to sell Tupac’s life rights to them for a film adaptation.

Afeni and Amaru Entertainment denied Morgan Creek’s accusations in the following statement:

We at Amaru Entertainment would like to clarify some of the recent media reports concerning a lawsuit filed by Morgan Creek Productions. This lawsuit has no merit. We felt it was important to bring the story of Tupac Shakur, one of music’s most remarkable icons, to life onscreen and, in realizing this vision; we sought to find the best partner who would be true to Tupac’s vision and bring his unique story to life on the big screen.

In doing so, we have taken every step to ensure that our partner in this process is committed to the integrity of Tupac Shakur’s legacy and, more importantly, that they are the right people. To that end, we have been in discussions and negotiations with several major studios and production companies, including Morgan Creek Productions. However, at no time did we have an agreement with Morgan Creek. Continue reading

Shakur Biopic At Center Of Legal Battle


via Billboard

A legal turf war has broken out between production company Morgan Creek and the estate of Tupac Shakur.

Morgan Creek has sued Amaru Entertainment, the company run by Afeni Shakur, the late rapper’s mother and executor, alleging in a Los Angeles Superior Court filing that the company has backed out of an agreement to sell his life rights for a film adaptation.

Negotiations between Morgan Creek and Amaru began in November for life rights that would form the basis of the untitled project. According to the complaint, a written contract was in place for life rights, with Morgan Creek claiming that Amaru is “refus(ing) to honor and perform a contract of a production of the film based on the life of Tupac Shakur.” The company seeks damages and other relief.

But late Wednesday, Amaru’s lawyers denied the existence of a deal. “There is no agreement with Morgan Creek, there never was, and there never will be,” said Amaru attorney Skip Miller, adding that the court filing is an attempt to force his client’s hand.

Miller said negotiations for a biopic on the controversial rapper were underway at several studios and that Morgan Creek attempted to sabotage those talks with threats of litigation. “They have scared away Paramount, Fox and others, and we are going to sue them and recover millions (in damages),” Miller said.

Morgan Creek and lawyer Patricia Glaser declined comment. The timeline laid out in the company’s complaint presents a complicated series of events, but the key moment came in December, when Morgan Creek said it requested a term sheet from Amaru and was given a counterproposal that “set forth, in meticulous detail, the precise comprehensive terms, including material terms, that (Amaru) required to enter into a contract for the project.” Continue reading

Soulja Boy & Keyshia Cole Preview New Albums On MySpace


via SOHH

Keyshia Cole and Soulja Boy Tell ‘Em have linked with MySpace Music to offer fans an exclusive first-listen to their new albums before they hit stores this week.

Keyshia returns with a 15-track third album A Different Me led by the single “Playa Cardz Right,” featuring the late Tupac Shakur.

In addition to featuring guest appearances by NasMonica and Tank, the Grammy nominated singer has tagged mega producers including Polow Da Don and Ron Fair.

Returning to retail stores for a second time, Soulja Boy fans will be able to peep each record from his new album iSoulaBoyTellem exclusively via MySpace. Teaming with various beat makers like Drumma Boy, the teen rap star recently told SOHH his latest single “Yamaha Mama” will be a hit. Continue reading

Chuck Philips Leaves LA Times…Good Riddance!!

via Nah Right/HipHopDX

Chuck Philips [click to read], the Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative reporter whose story in the Los Angeles Times connecting Jimmy “Henchmen” Rosemond and Puff Daddy to Tupac‘s shooting at New York’s Quad Studios was retracted earlier this year, is leaving the paper.

Philips is among the 150 editorial staff who are departing either through buyout or lay off, Kevin Roderick wrote on his LAObserved.com blog on Tuesday, adding that Philips requested and was given a buyout. An e-mail to Philips seeking comment wasn’t immediately returned.

Philips was the author of a controversial, two-part article published in September 2002 that concluded Tupac was murdered by a member of Compton-based Southside Crips in retaliation for his stomping out of Crip Orlando Anderson in the lobby of MGM Grand in Las Vegas. The article quoted anonymous sources that claimed Notorious B.I.G. was in Vegas and colluded with the Crips to murder ‘Pac. Continue reading

Deathrow Catalog Deal Finalized for 24 million

Yeah this story was floating around a couple of weeks ago, I guess the check got cut.

My question is why Dre did not take his supposed millions and buy back his catalog?All of those whispers of the couple who purchased the Death Row catalog, being a front for Dre and Snoop sounds bogus to the kid. That would be a straight power move for Dre who can’t seem to make hits anymore.

Could you imagine Detox with some new Pac vocals? Hip Hop lost.

via Breitbart

NEW YORK (AP) – Death Row Records, the hip-hop label that released seminal gangster rap albums by Tupac Shakur, Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg, has been auctioned for $24 million.The New York-based Global Music Group Inc. said in a statement to The Associated Press on Monday that on June 24 it purchased Death Row, including its enviable back catalog and current artist contracts.

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LA Times Tupac Story Is Debunked By The Smoking Gun


Thanks to investigative work done by The Smoking Gun website it has been determined that the Los Angeles Times has been completely duped in their reporting last week about a Mafia-linked plot to have Tupac assassinated outside of Manhattan’s Quad Studio. The plot supposedly hatched by James Sabatino, a career con-artist and currently an inmate at Allenwood Federal Correctional Facility has been exposed to be a fabrication skillfully executed by the “attention-seeking” Sabatino whose claims seem to have fallen flat on their face.

Within a weeks worth of investigation The Smoking Gun has been able to debunk the fabrication that the LA Times, the country’s fourth largest newspaper ran on the front of their paper (website edition) discrediting reporter Chuck Philips, who has been duped on more than one occasion by unreliable informants. Apparently the court documents cited by the LA Times were forged documents, copies of “302’s” made by Sabatino from federal prison. I highly recommend that you CLICK HERE to read the rest of this explosive rebuttal of the story that has created a firestorm globally, linked Puff and BIG to the shooting of their nemesis Tupac Shakur.