First debuted on 12 November 1991, Tupac Shakur's 2Pacalypse Now has finally been reissued on analog media in time for its 25th anniversary. An important landmark album in hip hop history which has previously fetched high prices in the open market for original copies.
Reissued under Universal Music's Respect The Classics series, the vinyl was pressed at renowned vinyl plant RTI, packaged in a double LP gatefold. The cassette includes "the original booklet from 1992 featuring the original photos and artwork covering the inner city poet's rise". The album features three of his singles; "Brenda's Got a Baby", "Trapped", and "If My Homie Calls".
Listen to his album below.
Source: The Vinyl Factory