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  • Rapper Tupac Shakur was only 25 when he was gunned down while riding in a car, but his legacy and influence in the world of rap music can still be felt to this day. Known for songs like "Dear Mama" and "Changes," his music and lyrics are still celebrated today. </br></br>Tupac Shakur is seen in his sophomore year school photo at the Baltimore School for the Arts in Baltimore, Md., circa 1988.
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  • Flavor Flav, right, stands with rapper Tupac Shakur while the two greet fans backstage during the 1989 American Music Awards in Los Angeles, Jan. 30, 1989.
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  • Rappers Humpty Hump from Digital Underground and 2-Pac perform at the U.I.C. Pavilion in Chicago, circa 1991.
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  • Rapper Tupac Shakur performs onstage at the Palladium, July 23, 1993, in New York City.
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  • Rapper and actor Tupac Shakur performs on stage, Sept. 1994, in Chicago.
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  • Rapper Tupac Shakur performs onstage in 1994 in Chicago.
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  • Rosie Perez and Tupac Shakur attend the 7th annual Soul Train Music Awards, March 9, 1993, in Los Angeles.
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  • Production art poster for the movie "Juice" directed by Ernest Dickerson and starring Tupac Shakur, Omar Epps, Queen Latifah, and Samuel L. Jackson.
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  • Rapper Tupac Shakur appears outside the criminal courthouse in New York City, Nov. 29, 1994.
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  • Tupac Shakur, as Ezekiel "Spoon" Whitmore, and Tim Roth, as Alexander "Stretch" Rawland, sit at a counter in a scene from the film "Gridlock'd."
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