New Documentary Film And 5 Box Disc Set Of Unreleased Music & Footage Of 2Pac To Be Released

Seven Arts Entertainment Announces Partnership With Makaveli Music Group For Unreleased Recordings And Feature Documentary On 2Pac Shakur

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Seven Arts Entertainment Inc. (SAPX) (“Seven Arts”) has announced a joint venture partnership between its subsidiary Seven Arts Entertainment Music and Television and The Makaveli Music Group.

Details of the partnership include exclusive worldwide rights to over 150 hours of previously unseen 2Pac footage including live performances, interviews, and family videos.

Seven Arts and The Makaveli Music Group will be producing a full length documentary on 2Pac Shakur utilizing the rare footage. In addition, the project will include a 5 volume CD containing previously unreleased material featuring performances by 2Pac Shakur with Heavy D, the Outlawz, Scarface, Bone Thugs-n- Harmony, and other special guests.

The 5 Volume CD set will also be available as a box set and will include a special edition of the new documentary as a bonus DVD.

Anthony Barlo, President of Seven Arts Music, stated,

“It is a rare opportunity to be able to work with new unreleased recordings from a landmark artist like 2Pac as well as a library of unreleased video footage. There are only a few iconic artists who transcend their time and resonate with people from all walks of life throughout the world. This is a monumental find of previously unreleased video footage and recordings featuring a great American artist, 2Pac Shakur. It’s an honor to be able to work with the Shakur family and the TASF (Tupac Amaru Shakur Foundation to preserve 2Pac’s legacy.”

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The Tupac Amaru Shakur Foundation (“TASF”) was established in 1997 by Afeni Shakur, mother of 2Pac Shakur and Kendrick Lesane, one of the board members for the foundation and CEO of the Makaveli Music Group.

It was originally called the Shakur Family Foundation. TASF provides community outreach through the arts, with a variety of performing art camps, local development projects, workshops and scholarships for the youth. Proceeds from the sales will also be used to further the foundation.

Kendrick Lesane added,

“I was thrilled when I first spoke to Peter Hoffman of Seven Arts Entertainment and since meeting Vince Vellardita and Anthony Barlo I now see that we have the same vision and I feel like this project can’t get kicked off fast enough!”

Stay tuned as Hip-Hop Enquirer will keep you posted when the release date approaches.

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