1996 was an incredible year in hip hop. For this podcast, we take a look at one of the albums that set the standard for that year.

On February 13, 1996, Tupac Shakur released one of the best albums of that year, All Eyez On Me. The album came just after Tupac had served 11 months in jail. He was bailed out of jail by Death Row CEO Suge Knight. Pac jumped into the studio and began crafting what would be the last album to be released during his lifetime.

On this podcast, I take a look at the man, the music, the imprint it left in 1996, and it’s significance. Let me know your thoughts!

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