It's not news that almost as much material about rapper Tupac Shakur has been released posthumously as it was while he was still alive. Here is yet another contribution to the library of the dead rapper's media. Filmed during his lockup at the Clinton Correctional Facility in 1995, this short documentary shows a reflective and candid Shakur looking back on his life. It's made all the more poignant by the fact that his life would soon end--Shakur was shot and killed in 1996.
While much of the footage in this roughly 45-minute doc has been seen before, for the diehard Shakur fan, Tupac Uncensored is a collection must-have.