More music from late rapper Tupac Shakur is on the way. Billboard.com reports that Tupac's mother, Afeni Shakur, is taking on the responsibility of making sure that "Tupac's entire body of work is made available to his fans." She says she's committed to fulfilling that duty.
To ensure her goals become a reality, Afeni has turned over Tupac's collection of incomplete tracks to Jampol Artist Management, who will oversee licensing, apparel and other ventures relating to Tupac's music.
Jampol founder Jeffrey Jampol says it's their privilege "to ensure that new generations of fans experience" Tupac's music and storytelling. Afeni is certain that Jampol can get the job done. She says the company will "continue to keep his music, his message and his legacy alive."
Tupac died in 1996, six days after he was shot multiple times in a drive-by shooting in Las Vegas. His murder has yet to be solved.
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