Celebrating twenty-five years of the iconic double album All Eyez On Me, MTV Vault YouTube channel has uploaded unreleased Tupac and Snoop Dogg video.
When it comes to MTV it appears they still have tons of rare footage of Tupac Shakur, and they did not disappoint on Sunday (February 14). The media giant gave fans a Valentine’s Day gift in which has Tupac and Snoop Dogg on set for their music video 2 Of Amerikaz Most Wanted.
“America has shown us over and over again what ambitious is and what forms ambitious should be shown,” Tupac says kicking off the 9-minute plus video. “All we doing is putting out the mirror and showing that yes we saw it. Yes we got it and yes we are doing it. So that’s what this video is about.”
Just as their previous unrelease footage back in December of 2020, when MTV Vault shared backstage footage of the iconic California Love video, more never-before-seen footage of Shakur is on full display.
Tupac also reveals he and Snoop’s plan of doing a film together called 2 Strikes. The late Nate Dogg also appears in the rare footage as well as the Outlawz and director Gobi.
Back on February 13, 1996 Tupac released his fourth studio album titled “All Eyez On Me.” The album was Tupac’s first since joining Death Row Records and was also Tupac’s first double album. The project has since sold over 10 million copies worldwide.