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Until the End of Time


Download links and information about Until the End of Time by 2Pac. This album was released in 2001 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Rap genres. It contains 29 tracks with total duration of 02:04:01 minutes.

Artist: 2Pac
Release date: 2001
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Rap
Tracks: 29
Duration: 02:04:01
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No. Title Length
1. Ballad of a Dead Soulja 4:15
2. F**k Friendz 5:19
3. Lil' Homies 3:44
4. Let Em Have It (Hutch Mix) 4:53
5. Good Life 4:17
6. Letter 2 My Unborn 3:55
7. Breathin 4:04
8. Happy Home 3:56
9. All Out 5:32
10. F****n Wit the Wrong N***a 3:37
11. Thug n U Thug n Me (Jamie Mix) 4:12
12. Everything They Owe 3:07
13. Until the End of Time 4:26
14. M.O.B. 5:01
15. World Wide Mob Figgaz 4:38
16. Big Syke Interlude 1:45
17. My Closest Roaddogz 4:04
18. N****z Nature (Remix) 5:04
19. When Thugz Cry 4:22
20. U Don't Have 2 Worry 5:07
21. This Ain't Livin 3:41
22. Why U Turn on Me 3:32
23. Lastonesleft 3:59
24. Thug n U Thug n Me (Hutch Mix) 4:29
25. Words 2 My Firstborn 4:07
26. Let Em Have It (Committee Mix) 4:25
27. Runnin On E 5:37
28. When I Get Free 4:26
29. Until the End of Time (RP Remix) 4:27



Until the End of Time draws from the massive amount of outtakes 2Pac recorded for his final album, The Don Killuminati: The 7 Day Theory. Rather than simply rehash the old music, executive producers Afeni Shakur and Suge Knight invited longtime 2Pac producers Johnny J and QD3 to design new beats around the vocal tracks. “Breathin,” “This Ain’t Livin’,” “F**k Friendz” and N****z Nature” retain 2Pac’s classic sound while appealing to the tastes of 2001-era rap fans. The title track is based on Mr. Mister’s 1985 hit “Broken Wings,” and contains some of Tupac’s most poignant confessions: “Please Lord forgive me for my life of sin / My hard stare seem to scare all my sister's kids / So you know, I don't hang around the house much / This all-night money making got me outta touch.” After his death 2Pac’s legacy expanded far beyond the West Coast, but several of the best songs on Until the End of Time — including “F****n Wit the Wrong N***a,” “Good Life” and the exceptional DJ Quik-produced “Words 2 My Firstborn”— bring his music back to its G-funk roots.