Where do i start? I purchased this album about 2 years ago for only £7 (was released 2 months after Pacs death), so i just thought, right getting that seeing as i was finishing off my Pac collection. And just when you think nothing can beat 'All Eyez On Me' this is even better. This album is very much under rated, it should be used in classes its really that deep and so important that people listen to the words. I honestly feel whether or not you like rap music people should take the time to listen to this. I do think it will change your way of thinking and listening to hip hop after you've taken time out to just sit down and pay attention. You've got the obvious hard hitting tracks going at his enemies such as 'Bomb First' and 'Against All Odds' with threatening comments directed towards Biggie, Puffy and the whole of Bad Boy records, Dr Dre, Jay-Z, Mobb Deep and Nas (which i later found out Nas was being taken off all the records because they'd ended the beef but never was because of Pac getting shot 2 days later). A couple of nod ya head tunes such as 'Toss It Up' and 'To Live & Die In L.A' (two he released just before his death). The rest the album is just very real in talking with the struggle one must face and to rise above it all. I do think its a terrible loss that this album hasn't been as well recieved as 'All Eyez On Me' but i hope i've got my point across and this is the greatest album of all time full stop.