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  • Kamilah Stevens

The Tupac Shakur Traveling Museum, 'Wake Me When I'm Free,' Opened in Los Angeles This Month

This month, the traveling Tupac Shakur museum, "Wake Me When I'm Free," opened in Los Angeles. The exhibit shares his music, poetry, and some never seen before relics from his career and personal life.

In 1996, at the height of his rap career, Pac's life was cut short, leaving behind a plethora of unpublished music, poetry, and other components of his life.

Tupac was and is still considered one of the most influential rappers of all time. His mother, Afeni Shakur, and step-father, Mutulu Shakur, were Black Panther party members. They were often credited for Tupac's musical vigor.

The museum will travel to select cities across the United States.

Photo Credit: @WakeMeWhenImFree



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