We all know that 2pac and Snoop Dogg were good friends. They used to work together on "Amerikaz Most Wanted" and on" All Eyez on Me’s." Bringing Tupac to Death Row made Snoop Dogg get some credit. Ever since 2pac started making music, he made some amazing things. In his songs, he showed empathy and expressed the dissatisfaction due to the immorality that is present in the world.

This great man whose music still lives on definitely deserves to be inducted into the Hall of Fame. That is not the only thing that is going to happen. Pharrell Williams will also have something to do.

He will induct Nile Rodgers during the ceremony that will happen this month. Dhani Harrison will induct ELO, whereas Pat Monahan will induct Journey.

Bringing back memories

During the interview with Michael Rappaport in 2015, Snoop Dogg talked about meeting Shakur for the first time. Bringing back the memories, he said that he met him for the first time at a wrap party that was for the film “Poetic Justice”. Janet Jackson and Shakur were starring in the film.

Both of the rappers knew about each other’s music, but they had never met. They formed the relationship so strong that on the Death Row Records Tupac aligned with Dr. Dre and Snoop.

Did he manage to change the world?

We all know who Tupac was.

A revolutionary that tried to change the world by contributing to the art. If you want to do something like that, then there is probably no better path to take than the art. It’s incredible how he maintained the fame all of these years. He has made many songs and triggered many feelings: his song “Changes” that talks about the unfair treatment of the black people, about poverty, racism, and so on.

Tupac was born In East Harlem. He died On 13 September 1996 in Las Vegas. He died six days after being shot in the same city. He was traveling with the founder of Death Row records Suge Knight in a black BMW. There have been many conspiracy theories about his death, and many of his fans are still hoping that he will ressurect..