Tupac's Estate Reaches Settlement


Tupac Shakur estate has reached a settlement

with Jimmy "Chopmaster" Dright and Network One,

the company that he owns. Dright possessed unreleased recordings

on Tupac Shakur, which he released without the proper authorization

from Tupac's Estate.

According to

Launch, the estate of the late Tupac sent a letters to retailers

asking them not to sell the release, but under the terms

of the settlement, retailers will be authorized to carry

the set. Shakur: The Lost Tapes was recorded during the

summer of 1989 while Tupac was with Digital Underground.