Race of Arms: Black

Psychoanalysis: What Is It?
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There’s always a lost chapter in underground culture appearing to be strange for television cameras while confidently, and sadly, the chapter is the murder case as if it had never been concluded. Further investigations have to make a critical essay on what matters.

Feels like just yesterday Tupac Shakur was fatally shot. The gunshots were made on the 7th of September, 1996. He did not die soon after wounds. Is it a crime scene as of yet? Such a question ought to be constructed one beautiful day. 

Following the same hip-hop flow trends, the weird explanation is in the year of 1994.

Murder Was the Case is a 1994 short film and soundtrack album starring and performed by Snoop Doggy Dogg. The 18 minute film was directed by Dr. Dre and Fab Five Freddy and chronicles the fictional death of Snoop Dogg and his resurrection after making a deal with the Devil.

Murder Was the Case
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So, the ‘black’ narrative in the ’90s was getting closer to the sense of fiction, rather a play (theatre).

Tupac Shakur was paid $200,000 by Death Row Records owner Suge Knight to record a song for the album, but the track (“Life’s So Hard” featuring Snoop Doggy Dogg) was never used on the official soundtrack release; it was later released on the soundtrack for his posthumously-released film, Gang Related .

Murder Was the Case
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one in a row

I would like to add that I should have tried to google ‘psychoanalysis and hip-hop‘ earlier. The official album Psychoanalysis: What Is It? release was on June 25, 1996. The life is hard not to envision the cringe-worthy coincidence in death play.

Psychoanalysis: What Is It? is the debut studio album by American hip hop producer Prince Paul. Originally released by Wordsound Recordings in 1996, it was re-released by Tommy Boy Records in 1997 with a slightly different track listing and a different cover.

In 2012, it was listed by Complex as one of the “50 Albums That Were Unfairly Hated On”.[7] In 2015, Fact named it the 34th best trip-hop album of all time.[8]

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