Tupac was born on June 16, 1971. He would have been 44 this year. For those of us that remember exactly what we were doing the moment we found out that Pac was murdered, it is difficult to believe that it was nearly 20 years ago. Tupac continues to remain relevant and many believe that he is the best rapper ever. Anytime a new rapper is celebrated, Tupac's biggest fans quickly respond with an explanation as to how different hip-hop would be if Tupac was still alive.
Here is a bonus video from Michael Eric Dyson describing Tupac's legacy in a brilliant fashion:
Tupac was the most passionate, driven rapper of all time. When you hear Tupac's voice you know it is time to listen. Whether he is spitting 16 or cursing someone out, Pac never failed to entertain. The good news is that we are still able to enjoy Pac's classic videos, movies interviews thanks to websites like YouTube. Here are 10 of our favorite YouTube Channels for Tupac content.
Anytime there is new Tupac news you can count on TMZ to report it first. The site recently posted this video of Ray J having a dance off with the Tupac Hologram.
Tupac's VEVO YouTube Channel provides a large amount of unforgettable content. Our favorite video is Ghetto Gospel.
2PacShakurChannel offers some of the most unique Tupac content on the web. Our favorite video is Grits - My Life Be Like/Ohh Ahh.
westfesttv is Snoop Dogg's official YouTube Channel. Our favorite video shows the Tupac Hologram, Snoop Dogg and Dr. Dre performing at Coachella Live in 2012.
BVMUndergroundHipHop's YouTube Channel contains some classic Tupac videos. Our favorite is Keep Ya Head Up.
djvlad's YouTube Channel provides numerous interviews about Tupac. Our favorite features Snoop Dogg speaking about Tupac's work ethic and predicting his death.
OfficialDJCreep offers flawless remixes. Our favorite is Last Kings by Tupac and Eminem.
Complex offers innovative Tupac videos on its YouTube Channel. Our favorite is 10 Reasons Why Tupac is Better than Biggie.
Thisis50's YouTube Channel provides numerous interviews that discuss Tupac. Our favorite features Busta Rhymes sharing an untold Tupac story.
Eagle Rock offers Tupac content that cannot be found anywhere else online. Our favorite video shows Snoop Dogg and Dr. Dre performing California Love at the Up in Smoke Tour. Although Pac does not perform, the dedication to him was beautiful.