2Pac’s ‘All Eyez on Me’ feat. ‘California Love’

2Pac’s ‘All Eyez on Me’ feat. ‘California Love’ is his fourth studio album released on February 13, 1996 by Death Row Records and Interscope Records.

Track Listing : 1.Ambitionz Az A Ridah (2Pac, Delmar “Daz” Arnaud) – 04:39 . 2.All About U (2Pac, Larry Blackmon, Calvin Broadus, Nathaniel Hale, Johnny Jackson, Bruce Washington) – 04:37 . 3.Skandalouz (2Pac, Delmar “Daz” Arnaud) – 04:09 . 4.Got My Mind Made Up (2Pac, Delmar “Daz” Arnaud, R. Brown) – 05:13 . 5.How Do You Want It (2Pac, J.J. Jackson) – 04:47 . 6.2 Of Amerikaz Most Wanted (2Pac, Delmar “Daz” Arnaud, Calvin Broadus) – 04:07 . 7.No More Pain (2Pac, Robert Diggs, C. Smith, Devante Swing) – 06:14 . 8.Heartz Of Men (2Pac, David Blake, George Clinton, W.O. Collins, C. Haskins, Prince) – 04:43 . 9.Life Goes On (2Pac, J.J. Jackson, Joseph B. Jefferson) – 05:02 . 10.Only God Can Judge Me (2Pac, Doug Rasheed) – 04:57 . 11.Tradin War Stories (2Pac, Kenn Cox, Michael Mosley, Rahiem Prince Thomas) – 05:29 . 12.California Love (2Pac, Woody Cunningham, Dr. Dre, Norman Durham, Roger) – 06:25 . 13.I Ain’T Mad At Cha (2Pac, Delmar “Daz” Arnaud, E. Jordan, D. Stewart) – 04:53 . 14.What’Z Ya Phone No. (2Pac, J.J. Jackson) – 05:10 . 15.Can’T C Me (2Pac, George Clinton, Dr. Dre) – 05:30 . 16.Shorty Wanna Be A Thug (2Pac, J.J. Jackson) – 03:51 . 17.Holla At Me (2Pac, Bobcat, Bobby Ervin) – 04:56 . 18.Wonda Why They Call U Bitch (2Pac, J.J. Jackson) – 04:19 . 19.When We Ride (2Pac, Dj Pooh, Bruce Washington) – 05:09 . 20.Thug Passion (2Pac, Kenn Cox, J.J. Jackson, Shirley Murdock, Roger, Larry Troutman) – 05:08 . 21.Picture Me Rollin’ (2Pac, J.J. Jackson) – 05:15 . 22.Check Out Time (2Pac, R. Brown, J.J. Jackson) – 04:39 . 23.Ratha Be Ya Nigga (2Pac, Doug Rasheed) – 04:14 . 24.All Eyez On Me (2Pac, J.J. Jackson, J.P. Pennington) – 05:08 . 25.Run Tha Streetz (2Pac, J.J. Jackson) – 05:17 . 26.Ain’T Hard 2 Find (2Pac, D. Stevens, E. Stevens, Rahiem Prince Thomas, S. Thomas) – 04:29 . 27.Heaven Ain’T Hard 2 Find (2Pac, Qdiii) – 03:58

Musicians : 2Pac – Vocals . Snoop Dogg – Vocals On (2 – 6) . Nate Dogg – Vocals On (2 – 3) . Dru Down – Vocals On (2) . Fatal – Vocals On (2) . Yani Hadati – Vocals On (2) . Dat Nigga Daz – Vocals On (4) . Kurupt – Vocals On (4 – 22) . Method Man – Vocals On (4) . Redman – Vocals On (4) . K-Ci – Vocals On (5) . Jojo – Vocals On (5) . Rappin’ 4-Tay – Vocals On (10) . C-Bo – Vocals On (11 – 26) . Cpo – Vocals On (11 – 21) . Outlawz – Vocals On (11 – 20) . The Storm – Vocals On (11 – 20 – 25) . Dr. Dre – Vocals On (12) . Roger – Vocals, Talk Box On (12) . Danny Boy – Vocals On (13 – 14 – 21) . George Clinton – Vocals On (15) . Dramarydal – Vocals On (20) . Jewell – Vocals On (20) . Big Syke – Vocals On (21 – 22 – 24) . Richie Rich – Vocals On (23 – 26) . Michel’Leh – Vocals On (25) . B-Legit – Vocals On (26) . E-40 – Vocals On (26) . Tha Dogg Pound – Vocals . Sean “Barney” Thomas – Keyboards . Carl “Butch” Small – Percussion . Puff Johnson – Vocals (Background) . Dorothy Coleman – Vocals (Background) . Ebony – Vocals (Background) . Stacey Smallie – Vocals (Background) . Natasha Walker – Vocals (Background) . Danette Williams – Vocals (Background) . Barbara Wilson – Vocals (Background)

Production : Produced By Bobby “Bobcat” Ervin, Daz Dillinger, Devante Swing, Dj Pooh, Dj Quik, Doug Rasheed, Dr. Dre, Harold Scrap Freddie, Johnny “J”, Mike Mosley, Qdiii, Rick Rock, Timbaland, 2Pac . Michael Geiser – Assistant Engineer . Patrick Shevelin – Assistant Engineer . Alvin Mcgill – Engineer . Michael Mosley – Assistant Engineer, Mixing . Rick Clifford – Engineer . Tommy D – Engineer . Tommy “D” Daugherty – Engineer . Troy Staton – Engineer . Keston Wright – Engineer . Dave Aron – Engineer, Mixing . Carlos Warlick – Engineer, Mixing . Brian Gardner – Mastering . Dj Pooh – Mixing . Devante Swing – Mixing . Johnny J – Mixing . Mike Mosley – Mixing . David Blake – Mixing . Dr. Dre – Mixing

Package : George Pryce – Art Direction . Barbara Warren – Stylist . Ken Nahoum – Photography . Henry “Hendogg” Smith – Illustrations

Recorded October 13–27, 1995 At Can-Am Studios, Los Angeles.

Released On February 13, 1996 By Death Row / Interscope.

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RapReviews
Shakur does sum up this album ironically well with a line from this otherwise horrible song: “If this rappin bring me money, then I’m rappin ’til I’m paid.” Some OTHER music review sites have rated this double-album as the high point of Tupac’s career, but I suspect that was mostly based on the series of hits the first disc spun out during the time he was still alive. […]

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He never really gets more sensitive than the moment when he pictures his own funeral, almost sounding like he’s looking forward to it. A few minutes into the 132-minute opus, he offered what amounted to a mission statement: “My attitude is fuck it because motherfuckers live it.” He was right. They did. We did. […]

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I looked at it from two points of view as I reviewed it. From a hip hop fan’s point of view, from a commercial fan’s point of view, and from a non-hip hop fan’s point of view. All three came to same conclusion… […]

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