This album is terrible. Again, Amaru disrespect 2Pac's legacy by releasing a CD which appears to be made in a matter of minutes. And yet again, the have chosen to disregard the original format in which the tracks were recorded, instead 2Pac's vocals are mixed over beats by producers of today. However, in an attempt to modernise 2Pac's music - they have failed, miserably.
Firstly, every track only features one 2Pac verse. The remainding are by the so called artsits which are featured.
The production is awful and does not complement 2Pac's lyrics in anyway. Furthermore, the majority of featuring artists are mind boggling in terms of relevence; Papoose, Chamillionaire, Young Buck, A3, Jay Rock, Nipsey Hussle, Keon Bryce, Lil Scrappy. No, I also haven't heard of the majority. And No, I am not joking. I wish I was. However, we do get Snoop, Bone Thugz and the Outlawz to an extent.
The only worthy song is 'As Soon As I Get Home.' Which is featured in its original format as 2Pac recorded it. And the only reason Amaru didn't remix this is because they didnt have the acapella to do so. Thank God. Also 'Dumpin' is worth a listen but isnt 2Pac's style. None of it is, that is the problem.
Want to know how much work went into this album? Just take a look at the album cover. It looks like it was knocked up using Microsoft Paint.
Do not waste your money on this album. If you think you are supporting 2Pac's legacy - you are wrong. You will be supporting it more by not buying it.
What a shame. His own mother is in charge of the releases, and with respect she is not doing a good job of it.
Save your money and let Amaru know that nobody is interested in this rubbish.