( 4UMF NEWS ) Unreleased 2Pac Music To Be Auctioned Off:
All eyez are on Tupac Shakur once again.
Several CDs featuring never-before-heard music from the late West Coast rapper, as well as three notebooks filled with his handwritten lyrics and ideas, were recently unearthed by a fan and will soon be sold on the Moments in Time website, according to TMZ.
The entire bundle is being sold for a fixed-price of $250,000. The notebooks include handwritten lyrics for songs such as “Point Tha Finga,” “16 on Death Row,” “Who Do You Love?” and “Street Fame.”
The man selling the unreleased tracks and journals reportedly obtained the long-concealed items when he purchased baseball cards from a Craigslist ad. The seller, who once worked alongside the legendary rapper, had been holding on to the previously undiscovered memorabilia.
The handwriting on that jailhouse memento matches that on Tupac’s soon-to-be-sold notebooks, according to TMZ.
TMZ says Tupac’s relatives want to block the sale of the memorabilia, as his mother is very particular about which of his items are sold.
Tupac, who was 25 when he was killed in a drive-by shooting in Las Vegas in 1996, remains one of the most influential rappers in history, and Rolling Stone magazine ranked him as the 86th greatest musician of all time. His murder case is still officially unsolved.