Synopsis by Jason Buchanan
Revolutionary concepts combine with gangsta' mentality in a deeply personal look at the life of a poet who strived to better the Black Nation in this documentary produced to tell the life story of rapper Tupac Shakur. A talented poet whose mother saw in him the ability to better the lives of the African-American people, Tupac confounded the critics and changed the face of music by proving that there's more to life than just being a gangsta' and always standing up for his beliefs. From a squalid start the New York ghetto to a charmed life among the Hollywood elite, Tupac's tragic but inspiring story has inspired a legion of talented artists to follow in his formidable footsteps.
African-American, Black [race], mother, poet, rap-music