2Pac - Me Against The World - Review
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critics' view

Most of the songs on Me Against the World, 2Pac’s third and best album, demonstrate that underneath his hardened postures is a method. Sure, the thug still hangs around, remorseless and defiant, but for the first time since “The Streetz R Deathrow” and “Papa’z Song,” 2Pac lets the listener look at the roots of his anger. With less thuggin’ clouding the picture, 2Pac examines some of the results of the gangsta lifestyle: paranoia, the promise of death and a combative relationship, with a higher, all-powerful authority.

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