You’ve got to hand it to Tupac Shakur. Even with his legal troubles, he and four of his crew have formed Thug Life — the words tattooed across his stomach — for a 10-song meditation about life under the gun. Where his solo releases have often dragged, One crackles with kinetic energy. ”Pour Out a Little Liquor” is smooth and reflective, while ”S— Don’t Stop” bubbles with P-Funk energy. With each rapper restricted to a verse or two, every word has maximum impact. One proves that more isn’t necessarily merrier, but it’s definitely more thrilling. A-
Volume One You've got to hand it to Tupac Shakur. Even with his legal troubles, he and four of his crew have formed Thug Life — the words tattooed across...Volume OneHip-Hop/Rap You've got to hand it to Tupac Shakur. Even with his legal troubles, he and four of his crew have formed Thug Life — the words tattooed across...1994-10-14
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap; Producer (group): Interscope, Out Da Gutta
Posted October 14 1994 — 12:00 AM EDT
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