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Remembering Tupac's Breakout Album, 20 Years Later

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This year marks the 20th anniversary of a remarkable year in music: In 1993, more than a dozen rap artists released albums that helped change the sound of America. Among them was Tupac Shakur, who at 21 was on the cusp of superstardom. Just a few years later, he would be dead. (This piece initially aired July 19, 2013, on Morning Edition).
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