Top 10 Reasons Why Tupac Shakur is the Best Rapper of All TimeThe name Tupac Shakur resonates with reverence. Arguably one of the most influential figures in the music industry, Tupac's legacy reaches far beyond his discography. He is an icon who, for many, embodies the very pinnacle of rap. But what makes Tupac the greatest rapper of all time? Why does his music continue to reverberate through the speakers of hip-hop enthusiasts around the globe, even decades after his untimely demise?
Tupac was a master of his craft, blending incisive social commentary with a raw and emotive lyrical style. His ability to convey the struggles and hopes of his community, to resonate with listeners from all walks of life, was nothing short of extraordinary. From "Dear Mama," which offers a heart-rending tribute to his mother, to "Changes," which poignantly addresses societal issues, Tupac's verses have transcended time and remain as relevant today as they were when first released.
Beyond his lyrical prowess, Tupac was an artist who defied the conventional boundaries of rap. His work blurs the line between music and poetry, showcasing his depth as a thinker and storyteller. His passionate delivery, filled with raw emotion and honesty, made each song a gripping narrative that drew listeners into his world.
And let's not forget Tupac's indomitable spirit. Despite facing numerous trials and tribulations, Tupac remained committed to his art, his conviction palpable in each bar he spit. This unwavering determination is part of what sets Tupac apart, earning him a place in the hearts of millions.
But now, we turn the conversation over to you. We invite you to share your thoughts on why Tupac Shakur deserves the title of the best rapper of all time. Which aspects of his craft resonate most with you? Is it his lyrical genius, his storytelling ability, his passion, or something else entirely?
And Changes, as well, he predicted America would have a black president.
How is that even possible?!
True Tupac is the king
Eminem, The Notorious B.I. G, Nas, Rakim, Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg etc. etc. all have terrific rap flow but Tupac had the best lyrical flow out of them all. Eminem is probably the only one to be in Tupac's league. Listen to every single Tupac song you know then compare it to Eminem, surely Tupac has a better flow and is more true on the mic. Eminem has tight and smashing fast lyrics but Tupac was like a black Shakespeare. Simply sensational
Tupac always had inspiring messages like "keep your head up" and confirmed to the listener that there would be better days.
That's what makes him also the best inspiring hip hop artist of all time
Eminem and The Notorious B.I. G are the only one's along with Pac to possess a kind of attitude to get a message across through telling a deep story. Unfortunately I like Tupac's vocalised stories much better than Eminem.
What rapper does this today in 2015, No One I Can Think Of. Today rappers release a song and use there money for weeks to party. Tupac he was like glue to his studio, it was all hard work, fun, drinking and a pro-recording sport in Tupac's studio back in the day.
I think he's alive
Ok so fair enough live for 6 years in the rap industry and be successful but come on how the hell do you record 150 songs in two short years simply fantastic.
Listen to all these albums:
(R you Still Down? Remember Me), Still I Rise, Until The End Of Time, Better Dayz, Loyal To The Game and Pac's Life.
All these albums Tupac recorded before he died but didn't have the chance to mix them. 6 albums released in death, no rapper will ever do this, NEVER!
I still miss him
Best rapper of all time
No need to explain...
His lyrics were just amazing in general, and he was attempting to fix most of the worlds problems which carried over to present day (Example: Black discrimination, poverty, women, and growing up hard) Not to mention he made a shout out to his own mother, describing the difficulties he had dealt with growing up. He also stated in his song Letter To My Unborn,"'I'm not saying that I'm gonna rule the world, but if I keep talking about how dirty it is out here, somebody's gonna clean it up",that quote right there is poetic brilliance already right by itself. Not only that, most of his albums are considered absolute GOLD since he was very inspiring at his time. It just isn't an argument and plus I can't fit all the facts on this page so yeah.
I totally agree with this statement and whoever wrote this is very cool
He once said in an interview that it was a little kid who was dying and his one wish was to see Tupac. I promise you if Tupac was still alive, I would do my all just to have a conversation with him. I feel as if he really changed my life, mindset, and overall thinking in a positive way. Only a few rappers have that power, but he did it the best