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2pac brother Mopreme Interview
2pac's brother joined the Vancouver Podcast "I Only Touch Greatness", to talk all about 2pac and his death, Eastcoast Westcoast beef, Vegas, Death Row, and more.
By: Haze Ent
Mopreme Shakur, originally known as Wycked, is an American rapper. He was a member of the hip-hop group Thug Life and is the stepbrother of Tupac Shakur. He was also a member of the Outlawz (under the name Komani), but later dropped out because of a financial disagreement with Death Row Records.
Mopreme's first recorded as Mocedes on Tony Toni Toné's 1990 single "Feels Good". He first collaborated with his brother Tupac on "Papa'z Song", a single from the 1993 album Strictly 4 My N.I.G.G.A.Z., credited as 'Wycked'.
In 1993 Mopreme and Tupac formed the group Thug Life with Big Syke, Macadoshis, and Rated R. The group released one album, Thug Life: Volume 1 (1994), which went gold. Mopreme wrote many of the songs on this album.
He was also an original member of Outlawz, but dropped out of the group.
In 2007 he released a mixtape with Assassin, "Black & Brown Pride". He performed on the soundtrack for the feature film Intoxicating, starring Kirk Harris, John Savage, and Eric Roberts.
In 2008 was a consulting producer for an episode about his father on the BET series American Gangster.
Full Interview: https://youtu.be/
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