Two crooked detectives who boost their salaries with a series of secret drug deals find themselves in serious trouble when one of their deals goes deadly.
Heroes of Sport founder Will Jaimet explains how he was able to acquire some of the memorabilia, including Hulk Hogan match-worn boots and a Tupac Shakur chain, for his company's newest product.
It's funny to think you're going to a concert and see a bunch of happy lesbians with pot and then Tupac Shakur pops up.
Four teenaged boys living in Harlem become fugitives when one of them commits a murder during a robbery he persuaded the others to participate in.
From acclaimed producer/director Peter Spirer (Rhyme & Reason, Tupac Shakur: Thug Angel, BEEF 1-3) comes the first film to ever capture the energy and danger of hyphy, the Hip Hop youth movement exploding out of the San Francisco Bay Area. Experience pure "hyphy", the state of mind celebrated in the music, fashion, slang and dance of this culture that popularized ghostriding the whip - walking, running or dancing next to a moving car. With music by top Bay Area Hip Hop artists Mac Dre, E-40, Keak the Sneak, the Federation and more, GHOSTRIDE THE WHIP is about more than the street parties and sideshows of hyphy: "It's not just a word or a song... it's how we live out there."
Tupac Shakur: Before I Wake movie trailer - starring Tupac Shakur, Frank Alexander. Directed by Sean Long. Genre: Documentary
Rating: Not Rated
Tupac Shakur ascent to rap icon status was chronicled more closely in VIBE than any other publication, particularly through three in-depth cover story interviews penned by esteemed journalist Kevin Powell. As VIBE celebrates its 20th year in print, Powell traces our eternal connection with a rap legend in the first of a series of 10 videos sharing the back stories behind our most provocative articles. Here is part two of Powell's three part series.
Highlights of this day in history: Israel and the Palestinians sign a major accord; President George W. Bush takes responsibility for the federal response to Hurricane Katrina; Attica prison uprising ends; Rapper Tupac Shakur dies. (Sept. 13)
Hackers struck PBS servers over the weekend, publishing a fake article about rapper Tupac Shakur being found alive.
This short video recounts two important events in rap music in 1996. In that year the Fugees released The Score, and Tupac Shakur was shot dead.
Tupac Shakur biopic to be filmed in 2014; Bono joins world leaders at Global Citizen Fest; Usain Bolt signs copies of his autobiography in London. (Sept. 20)
Tupac Shakur musical to close Sunday on B'way; Golden Globe producers, organizers settle lawsuit; Hogwarts castle opens its doors to Japanese fans. (July 14)
Tupac Shakur ascent to rap icon status was chronicled more closely in VIBE than any other publication, particularly through three in-depth cover story interviews penned by esteemed journalist Kevin Powell. As VIBE celebrates its 20th year in print, Powell traces our eternal connection with a rap legend in the first of a series of 10 videos sharing the back stories behind our most provocative articles.
Ed Lover interrupts Nas' concert to announce the death of Tupac Shakur. (11.26.07)
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