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Tupac Billboard Chart

Tupac has had 21 hits in total that have been on the Billboard Hot 100. Nine of those 21 hits have reached the top 40 list. Interesting enough 14 out of the 21 hits have come after he left us in 1996. Tupac’s last time on the Billboard was in 2009 when he was featured on Keyshia Cole’s Play Ya Cardz Right. The song was also featured on Tupac’s ‘Pac’s Life’ album in 2007.

Tupac’s Top 10 Billboard Hot 100 is:
1. “How Do U Want It/California Love,” 2Pac Featuring K-Ci & JoJo, No. 1 (2 weeks), July 13, 1996
2. “Dear Mama/Old School,” 2Pac, No. 9, April 29, 1995
3. “I Get Around,” 2Pac, No. 11, October 2, 1993
4. “Keep Ya Head Up,” 2Pac, No. 12, Jan. 8, 1994
5. “Runnin (Dying to Live),” Tupac Featuring The Notorious B.I.G., No. 19, Dec. 20, 2003
6. “Thugz Mansion,” 2Pac, No. 19, Dec. 28, 2002
7. “Smile,” Scarface Featuring 2Pac & Johnny P, No. 12, July 26, 1997
8. “Do For Love,” 2Pac Featuring Eric Williams, No. 21, March 28, 1998
9. “Changes,” 2Pac, No. 32, Jan. 23, 1999
10. “So Many Tears,” 2Pac, No. 44, Aug. 5, 1995

Tupac would also earn five number one albums on the Billboard 200 albums chart. The very first time Tupac would accomplish this was with Me Against The World, which for four weeks it remained number one back in 1995.

The other times Tupac would reach the Billboard 200 album chart was:
– All Eyez On Me (2 Weeks in 1996)
– The Don Killuminati: 7 Day Theory (1 Week in 1996)
– Until The End Of Time (1 Week in 2001)
– Loyal To The Game (1 Week in 2005)

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