Tupac shakur and 2morrow

Hours Pass By a poem by Tupac Shakur I think of u in my arms and what it would be like 2 make love I think of u raising my SEED and what they'd be made of I think of how alone I as before u came 2 be I think of the joy I felt when u said u thought of me I'm proud 2 be the heart u choose 2 make a friend Hours pass by and cupid cries until we meet again 2 people with 1 wish a poem by Tupac Shakur There were 2 people with one wish 2 live a Liffe filled with Love 2 GOD they would pray that 2gether they'd stay under the stars above But someone else made a wish at the same time on the same breath And although the wish 4 love was granted so was the evil wish 4 Death Now I make a wish sealed with tears and laughter It is my wish that these 2 loves R reunited in the hereafter What I See! I just want 2 say that this poem is extremely thoughtful of womens feelings. It is even more amazing because the words came from a man's mouth.

Tupac shakur and 2morrow

Early life[ edit ] Jacobs spent most of his childhood moving around the East Coast with his family, eventually settling in Tampa, Florida. As a drummer he won the Tupac shakur and 2morrow Talented" trophy at Greco Junior High School, but after relocating to Queens, New York as a result of his parents' divorcehe traded his drums in for a set of turntables upon discovering and marvelling over hip hop while the art form was still in an underground developmental stage.

He was mentored in the craft by his cousin Rene Negron a. DJ-Stretchand their close friend Shawn Trone a.

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Jacobs liked the idea, but mistakenly thought his friend said "Shock-G", and began using that name instead. Less than two years later - after returning to Tampa - he dropped out of Chamberlain High School to form the Master Blasters, a mobile DJ crew which featured three DJs and four emcees at its height.

Tony offered Jacobs, who was sixteen at the time, a job DJing on the air, and for a short while, as "Gregory Racker", he was the youngest radio personality in central Florida with a regular time slot.

It was during this excursion that his focus switched from DJing to keyboard playing, and while utilizing piano practice-rooms at music stores and colleges around the country, he effectively taught himself to Tupac shakur and 2morrow the piano.

Deciding to pursue music seriously, he returned home, quickly obtained a diplomaand began attending Hillsborough Community Collegewhere he studied music theory under Jim Burge and piano under Patricia J.

Tupac shakur and 2morrow

Then inafter two years of producing local artists for hire, playing solo piano gigs around town, performing with Kenny, and being a keyboardist in Warren Allen Brooks' band, Greg and his aspiring-actress girlfriend Davita Watts set their sights beyond Tampa, and eloped to Los Angeles in search of greater opportunity.

There he played keyboards in Kenny McCloud's pop - funk band Onyx before leaving Los Angeles and finally arriving in the San Francisco bay area where he found work in an Oakland music store, and where Digital Underground would happen a few years later.

After fifteen months or so of unsuccessful negotiations with various small record companies, the trio's first release emerged in in the form of a inch single on Macola Records which featured "Your Life's a Cartoon" as the A-side and "Underwater Rimes" as the B-side.

Due to Kenny-K visiting family in Tampa during the first recording sessions, and to Chopmaster-J being a jazz drummer who was in the process of learning hip hop, both songs were penned, produced, and performed by Jacobs, who also sketched the cartoonish cover illustrations.

Inthe group signed with Tommy Boy Records and released " Doowutchyalike ", which only received a small amount of radio airplay but became an underground hit, as well as a video hit with MTVreaching number 40 on the station's top videos of the year.

The success of "Doowutchyalike" paved the way for Digital Underground's debut album Sex Packets and the highest charting song of their career " The Humpty Dance " both released in earlyand both achieving platinum sales certifications by the RIAA. His main persona "Shock G" utilized a more natural voice, while he altered his voice to become "Humpty Hump," an iconic character with an exaggerated buffoon persona, colorful clothes, and a Groucho glasses-and-nose disguise.

He used a nasal voice for the character Humpty. At most public appearances, Jacobs would show up as one person or the other, but at live shows and video shoots he would use a stand-in or camera tricks to maintain the illusion.

Most of these consisted of music performances with either Digital Underground or 2Pac, however, on an episode of the sitcom Drexell's Class Jacobs played a small acting role as a furnace repairman. Within the show's story, the title character, Otis Drexell, insists that the furnace repairman looks exactly like Humpty Hump, but both himself and his coworker Jason Priestleyhave never heard of any such hip-hop artist, especially not one with such a ridiculous name.

The episode ends with a live performance of Digital Underground's "No Nose Job" on a cruise ship full of Sports Illustrated swimsuit models, which is presented as a scene from one of Mr.

The group makes a cameo music performance, as well as play a small character role in the film as themselves. Since then, Jacobs has appeared in a handful of music documentaries, including Thug Angel: Tupac's first published work was while still a member of Digital Underground when he appeared on the song and video "Same Song", which also appeared in the Chevy ChaseDan Aykroyd and Demi Moore film Nothing but Trouble.

Shock co-produced Tupac's debut album 2Pacalypse Now. Shock G appeared as a producer and guest artist on fellow Oakland -based rap group The Luniz platinum debut release Operation Stackola inalso appearing as a guest emcee in the "I Got 5 on It" Bay Ballers Remix and video.

The song, which featured Oakland rappers Luniz was used for three different scenes in the film, and is featured in two different places on the soundtrack, making it the only song to appear twice on one soundtrack.By Tupac Shakur ~*~AND 2MORROW~*~ Today is filled with anger, fueled with hidden hate, Scared of being outcast, Afraid of common fate, Today is built on tragedies, Which no one wants 2 face, Nightmares 2 humanities, And morally disgraced, Tonight is filled with rage.

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Tupac shakur and 2morrow

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Possibly my favourite poem ever. When Ure Hero Falls. But 2morrow I c change a chance 2 build a new Built on spirit intent of Heart and ideals based on truth and tomorrow I wake with second wind and strong because of pride 2 know I fought with all my heart 2 keep my dream alive by Tupac Shakur I Cry Sometimes when I'm alone I Cry, Cause I am on my own.

The tears I cry are bitter and warm.

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