Until the End of Time

Until the End of Time

Until the End of Time draws from the massive amount of outtakes 2Pac recorded for his final album, The Don Killuminati: The 7 Day Theory. Rather than simply rehash the old music, executive producers Afeni Shakur and Suge Knight invited longtime 2Pac producers Johnny J and QD3 to design new beats around the vocal tracks. “Breathin,” “This Ain’t Livin’,” “F**k Friendz” and N****z Nature” retain 2Pac’s classic sound while appealing to the tastes of 2001-era rap fans. The title track is based on Mr. Mister’s 1985 hit “Broken Wings,” and contains some of Tupac’s most poignant confessions: “Please Lord forgive me for my life of sin / My hard stare seem to scare all my sister's kids / So you know, I don't hang around the house much / This all-night money making got me outta touch.” After his death 2Pac’s legacy expanded far beyond the West Coast, but several of the best songs on Until the End of Time — including “F****n Wit the Wrong N***a,” “Good Life” and the exceptional DJ Quik-produced “Words 2 My Firstborn”— bring his music back to its G-funk roots.

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