Tupac’s Fans and The Songs They Love Most: A Look At The Data

Tupac made history when he became the first solo rapper to be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

According to SoundScan numbers, Tupac has sold over 41.5 millions of records throughout his career, which started as a backup dancer and MC for rap group Digital Underground.
Tupac was killed in an unsolved murder in September of 1996, which will be chronicled in the upcoming movie “All Eyez On Me.”
So what music resonates with Tupac fans the most?
Thanks to the rise of streaming platforms and big data collection, we can take a look at this information and without having to do much guess work anymore.

According to information over on Spotify, Tupac fans love “Ambitionz Az a Ridah” more than any of his other songs, while tracks like “All Eyez On Me” and “California Love (Original) mix rank high amongst Tupac fans.
As for Pac’s albums, Spotify data shows his top five releases that connect with the fans the most are “All Eyez On Me,” “Me Against The World,” “Nu Mix Klazzicks,” “Better Dayz” and “Loyal To The Game.”

It’s really amazing to look at the numbers and see that almost 20 years after his untimely death, Tupac still has more fans listening to his music that some of his living contemporaries, like Dr. Dre, Ice Cube and N.W.A.