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April 15, 2001 - Great profile of Tupac in the New York Times Wednesday with Elliott Wilson, the editor of the hip-hop magazine XXL describing 2pac saying, "He is going to be viewed as one of the most respected African-Americans of the last generation." Read more.

April 15, 2001 - Tupac Shakur is featured here in an autographed photo auction on ebay. The picture, item #1423439459, is bid at $71 and the auction ends April 16th.

April 11, 2001 - MTV.com reports on the Tupac Shakur based play entitled Up Against the Wind which recently opened at the New York Theatre Workshop. Read more.

April 10, 2001 - BET's Neil Drumming responded to angry e-mails following his review of Tupac's Until The End of Time release where he stated, "capitalism dictates that his material be repackaged and resold as many times as can be made profitable. I think, just as in the release of Biggie's posthumously released Born Again, that such manipulation eventually degrades the legacy of the artist." Read more.

April 6, 2001 - Access Hollywood talked to Tupac's mother Afeni Shakur about her son's #1 album debut, his legacy, and the play to honor him Thursday. 

April 5, 2001 - Tupac Shakur's fourth posthumous album, Until the End of Time, debuted on top of the Billboard 200 albums chart this week. This marks the 4th time Tupac's had a #1 album. Read more.

April 5, 2001 - Thanks Makaveli. Janet Jackson talked a bit about Tupac to Vibe magazine in this month's issue saying, she thought he was "very cute. What would tickle me is that he had that whole tough image and he was such a sweet guy. His nickname for me was Square."

April 1, 2001 - Tupac Shakur is featured in the controversial documentary Welcome to Death Row, which premiered in Tribeca Thursday night. Read more.

April 1, 2001 - Sonicnet profiled Tupac Shakur as the late-artist's latest album was released earlier this week. Trick Daddy told the site, He was like a leader, not a rapper. He was like Farrakhan. People believed in what he said and they took it to heart." Read more.

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