Should Rappers Drop Post-Humous Albums? [Op-Ed]

It’s never easy to digest the passing of one of your favorite artists. Watching the deaths of Tupac, Biggie, Aaliyah, Big L, and more was a brutal hit to the culture and was something we couldn’t get over for a very long time. Because of their impeccable artistry and timeless music, we humbly appreciate their efforts while they were alive. That’s why we cherish so many of their projects. Life After Death? All Eyez On Me? These magnum opuses will forever be entrenched deep in the depths of the proverbial Rap Hall of Fame. That’s how it should be. Now as far as some of their projects after they died? We should delete them out of history forever.


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Source: Twitter / ‏@TupacShakurTS

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