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Tupac's all-too-short career is legendary, but it's a few precise moments that made him into the extraordinary rapper, actor and personality that he was.
When Tupac was in prison in 1995 it was music producer Suge Knight and Jimmy Iovine who paid the hefty $1.4 million bail to get him released, as Tupac couldn't afford to pay it himself. In return Tupac contractually agreed to make three albums under Death Row Records.
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