Today would have been Tupac's 43rd birthday, so what better time than tonight to post the classic "Changes"?

It's a great song—not Tupac's biggest hit, but still significant. The cruel irony of it, however, is despite the message, Tupac himself ultimately fell victim to violence himself. But time certainly did not forget him, and he remains a legend. In fact, he's sold more than 75 million records and counting (many of those posthumously), making him one of the best-selling recording artists of all time. Apparently, even in the afterlife, he has a massive cadre of unreleased music that will probably eventually see the light of day. In the meantime, be sad this world no longer has a Tupac in it. HBD, RIP, etc. [Spotify, iTunes, Amazon]

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