Tupac’s 7th studio album “Until The End Of Time” is celebrated as the 2Pac Estate releases two visualizers.
Marked as Tupac’s 7th solo Studio album, 3rd double album and 3rd solo posthumous release — “Until The End Of Time” was released 21 years ago. Although the album was released on March 27th to be exact, the 2Pac Estate has begun the early celebration.
The album debuted at #1 on the Billboard 200 and went on to be certified quadruple platinum by the RIAA. The songs were recorded during the All Eyez On Me and Makaveli sessions but remixed for this release. Producers L.T. Hutton, Johnny J., DJ Quick and QD3 all contributed to the album.
“You all alone, no communication, block on the phone
Don’t get along with your pop, and plus your moms is gone
Where did we go wrong? I put my soul in the song
To help us grow in time, but now our minds are gone”– Tupac, “When Thugz Cry”
Two songs are highlighted this week with special visualizers and uploaded on Tupac’s official YouTube channel. Director and animator, HIGHWESTHUS, had the honor of proving a visualizer for “Lil Homies.” As written on the video description, in “Lil Homies” Tupac presents the effects of violence and drugs on the youth in the ghetto. He also reveals parts of his own life story and the pain and loss that brought him to tears.
Another song featured on the album, “When Thugz Cry,” was directed and animated by Lady Nefertitii. Tupac presents the effects of violence and drugs on the youth in the ghetto. He also reveals parts of his own life story and the pain and loss that brought him to tears.