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Until The End Of Time

Label Interscope/Death Row/Amaru

Release Date 27th March, 2001

Highest Chart Position # 1 R & B, # 1 Pop

Certified Platinum April 29th 2001

Certified Double Platinum May 5th 2001

Executive Producers Afeni Shakur & Suge Knight

Producers N/A

Featured Artists The Outlawz, SKG, Big Syke, Kci & JoJo, RL, Lil' Mo, Above the Law, Left Eye, J Valentine

Album's Highlights Letter 2 My Unborn, L'il Homies, Breathin', When Thugz Cry, Until The End Of Time, Ballad Of A Dead Souljah

Singles Released Until The End Of Time

Videos From The Album Until The End Of Time

Info Four and a half years after 2Pac's death, his sixth posthumous album was released. It contained 29 unreleased tracks all recorded from his "Makaveli" era. Many of 2Pac's unreleased material had all been heard on bootlegs but Until The End Of Time contains a lot of unheard material. Most of the songs that have been heard on bootleg had either been remixed or edited. Many people believed that because it has been 5 years since 2Pac's death that he could still make such a impact. Afeni Shakur said that this was the most anticipated release of 2Pac. Me and many others still feel however some aspects of this album were disappointing and that many of the songs that were remixed should have been kept in their original form. 

Rating = 4/5

Tracklist

CD 1

1. Ballad Of A Dead Souljah

2. Fuck Friends

3. Lil' Homies

4. Let Em Have It (feat. SKG)

5. Good Life (feat. Big Syke & EDI)

6. Letter To My Unborn

7. Breathin' (feat. The Outlawz)

8. Happy Home

9. All Out (feat. The Outlawz)

10. Fuckin With The Wrong Nigga

11. Thug In Me, Thug In U Remix (feat. Kci & JoJo)

12. Everything They Owe

13. Until The End Of Time (feat. RL)

14. M.O.B. (feat. The Outlawz)

15. World Wide Mob Figgaz (feat. The Outlawz)

CD 2

1. Big Syke Interlude

2. My Closest Roaddogz (feat. Big Syke)

3. Niggaz Nature Remix (feat. Lil' Mo)

4. When Thugz Cry

5. U Don't Have 2 Worry (feat. The Outlawz)

6. This Ain't Livin

7. Why U Turn On Me

8. Last One Left (feat. The Outlawz)

9. Thug In Me, Thug In U (feat. Kci & JoJo)

10. Words 2 My First Born (feat. Above The Law)

11. Let Em Have It Remix (feat. Left Eye)

12. Runnin On E (feat. The Outlawz)

13. When I Get Free (feat. J Valentine)

14. Until The End Of Time RP Remix