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  • The fourth 2Pac solo album, and last in his lifetime, February 1996's All Eyez on Me, features also, of among its numerous guests, Thug Life member Big Syke.Tupac Shakur-Wikipedia
  • Eventually working there only with 2Pac, Dre produced just three tracks—"California Love", "California Love Remix", and "Can't C Me"—on 2Pac's first Death Row album, All Eyez on Me.Daz Dillinger-Wikipedia
  • Together they formed the original lineup of the Outlaw Immortalz that debuted on 2Pac's multi-platinum smash hit album All Eyez on Me.Outlawz-Wikipedia
  • Daz did more on Snoop Dogg's debut solo album Doggystyle in 1993, and secured his production standing on 2Pac's All Eyez on Me in 1996.Daz Dillinger-Wikipedia
  • The year after, Tupac Shakur became the first rapper to sell a double album globally with All Eyez on Me, becoming his best selling album by the time of his death in September 1996.Double album-Wikipedia
  • E-40 then introduced Rick Rock to Tupac Shakur where he and Mike Mosley co-produced two additional tracks "Tradin War Stories" and "Ain't Hard to Find" from the album All Eyez on Me.Rick Rock-Wikipedia

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