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Tupac changes

For those of you who don't know who tupac is he is a famous rap artist who has written and sang many songs such as: Unborn child, until the end of time and lil homies

They have been great many rumours that he had been shot after watching Mike Tyson fight, but then again that is just a rumour he was seen at Beverly Hills on the 2nd of April with suge night. His full name if Tupac amaru shakur.

Now I am going to talk about the song Tupac changes.

Tupac amaru shukur expresses his feeling, thoughts and ideas by talking about what he's recently seen in society which is more or less about discrimination, poverty and prejudices. He also talks about how much he hates life that's why he uses a rhetorical question at the start which makes the listener want to join in. In the songs he implies he doesn't like being black because he thinks that black people get a lot of grief from society or that because they black they stand out and that people keep perving on them.

The song is originally written by Bruce Hornsby a singer from the 1980's but of course the lyrics are different, the modulations of the singers are also different, tupac sings in an aggressive tone where as Bruce Hornsby sings in a mild non-aggressive sort of way. The song has a catchy riff which is known as that's just the way it is or the phrase changes. Both the songs of Bruce Hornsby and tupac amaru shakurs send out the same message of the song which is things just never change they talk about what they've been experiencing, he talks in the first person. 2pac makes his beat more prominent plus the main thing he is saying is unfairness never changes it always stays the same and its true things just never change. The discrimination is also the same and I don't think much has changed since 1996 jus technology. he feels as if he didn't



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