Earlier this week, the Grammy Museum opened up their new exhibit, “All Eyez On Me: The Writings Of Tupac Shakur,” dedicated to the life of Tupac Shakur. With the help of the Shakur Estate headed by his mother Afeni, the exhibit holds hundreds of 2Pac’s personal items from wall to wall. His journals that were filled with never-before-seen poems and familiar pieces like “The Rose That Grew From Concrete” are also on view.
The Versace suit that he rocked to the 1996 Grammy’s is also displayed along with unseen footage from past shows, the letters he wrote while he was locked up, and an unreleased freestyle he made with Biggie Smalls. The exhibit is able to enlighten fans with the possessions he left behind and give us a better understanding of the rapper, actor and poet. Get a closer look at what the exhibit has to offer thanks to OnlyHipHop.