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In an English class, Shakur wrote a paper, "Conquering All Obstacles," in which he said: "our raps, not the sorry story raps everyone is so tired of. Our goal is [to] have people relate to our raps, making it easier to see what really is happening out there.

It has no place in our society." Shakur stated that he felt he had been misunderstood. On vinyl, Side A (tracks 1–8) was labeled the "Black Side" and Side B (tracks 9–16) the "Dark Side".

It featured three singles: "Brenda's Got a Baby", "Trapped", and "If My Homie Calls". Among the notable tracks are "Bury Me a G", "Cradle to the Grave", "Pour Out a Little Liquor" (which also appears on the soundtrack to the 1994 film Above the Rim), "How Long Will They Mourn Me? As a result of criticism of gangsta rap at the time, the original version of the album was scrapped and re-recorded with many of the original songs being cut.

The album contains ten tracks because Interscope Records felt many of the other recorded songs were too controversial to release.

In the documentary Tupac: Resurrection, Shakur says, "Jada is my heart. The type of relationship we had, you only get that once in a lifetime." A poem written by Shakur titled "Jada" appears in his book, The Rose That Grew from Concrete, which also includes a poem dedicated to Pinkett Smith called "The Tears in Cupid's Eyes." During his time in art school, Shakur became affiliated with the Baltimore Young Communist League USA.

She will be my friend for my whole life." Pinkett Smith calls him "one of my best friends. Shakur contributed to the school's drama department by performing in several productions.

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When I said that, I didn't know that I was gonna tie myself down to just take all the blunts and hits for all the young black males, to be the media's kicking post for young black males. The album contains many tracks emphasizing Shakur's political and social views, and there are noticeable differences in production from his first effort. The group released their only album Thug Life: Volume 1 on September 26, 1994, which went gold.