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Tupac Shakur in Baltimore: Friends, Teachers Remember the Birth of an Artist
Tupac Shakur in Baltimore: Friends, Teachers Remember the Birth of an Artist
Tupac Shakur in Baltimore: Friends, Teachers Remember the Birth of an Artist
03.31.17

At the height of his celebrity, Tupac Shakur chose to give author Kevin Powell some of his most revealing interviews ever — from a subdued, introspective conversation while the rapper was incarcerated to resentful provocations against rivals that fueled the escalating East Coast-West Coast rap beef.

Powell said that one topic came up often, when the recorder was on and off: The brief but formative time a teenage Shakur called a small apartment at 3955 Greenmount Ave. home.

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