In My Neighborhood (1992)

The music video In My Neighborhood was a song from Spice 1 album. The single was released on March 30, 1992. Tupac makes a cameo and could be seen with the rest of the homies around a fire trash can.


E-40

Hip Hop Hooray (1992)

The music video Hip Hop Hooray by Naughty By Nature was a song from 19 Naughty III album. The single was released in December 1992. The accompanying music video for the song was directed by Spike Lee, who also appears in it. Queen Latifah, Eazy-E, Monie Love, Da Youngsta's, Kris Kross, Tupac Shakur and Run–D.M.C. also make appearances in the video. 


Digital Underground

Salt-N-Pepa ft En Vogue

Last Nite (1994)

Last Nite is a song by Ray Luv featuring Stephannie Miller from the album Forever Hustlin. Tupac makes a cameo appearance as a elderly man sitting on the front porch. Tupac also directed the music video.


Kiss You Back (1991)

​The music video Kiss You Back by Digital Underground was the lead single from the album Sons of the P released in October 15, 1991. Tupac makes a cameo appearance at the end of the video kissing.


Money (1991)

The music video Money by the rap group Gold Money from Digital Underground was a duo from Richmond, California. The duo consisted of rapper Bigg Money Odis and Pee-Wee. They released their only album, A Day in the Life of a Player. This was one of Tupac first cameo appearances. Money B and Tupac could be seen playing the trumpet and saxophone. 


Rapper's Ball (1996)

​​Rapper's Ball is a song by rap artist E-40, featuring rapper Too $hort and Jodeci lead singer Cedric "K-Ci" Hailey. It is a single from the lead rapper's 1996 album Tha Hall of Game. The music video was filmed on July 13, 1996. It features cameos by Tupac Shakur, Ice-T, Mack 10, Joe Clair, Richie Rich, and B-Legit.


Whatta Man

​Whatta Man is a song from the trio Salt-N-Pepa & En Vogue. The single was released on December 2, 1993. The music video was released on the week ending January 17, 1994 to promote the single. Tupac Shakur and Treach from Naughty by Nature make cameo appearances. The video was directed by Matthew Rolston and filmed by cinematographer Derek M. Allen.


Uptown Anthem (1992)

​Uptown Anthem is a song by Naughty by Nature released on January 22, 1992.  It was made for the movie soundtrack Juice. Naughty by Nature Treach had a cameo acting role in the movie. Tupac who stars in the film is featured in the music video.


Digital Underground

Naughty By Nature

Livin On The Edge

Syke: ”I made the Evil Mind Gangsta’s album in 92, actually it was a tape at the time, which was sold out the back of my car. I formed the Evil Mind Gangsta’s with Mental Illness (RIP), Domino, my homeboy Surge, my little brother DJ Chainsaw, and Big Kato (RIP), who helps me to fund the project. We grew up on 115th Street, it was our neighborhood and 117th Street is where the enemies are. The 115th Street or better known as Evil Mind 11-5. That is where the name of the group comes from.”


Gold Money

Evil Mind Gangsta's

No Nose Job (1992)

​The music video No Nose Job by digital Underground was a song from Sons of the P album. The single was released on February 15, 1992. Tupac could be seen jumping up and down with the rest of the members and women featured in the video.


Spice 1

Throw Your Hands In the Air (1991)

​The music video Throw Your Hands Up by the rap group Raw Fusion was a spin-off project from Digital Underground emcee Money-B and DJ Fuze. The group gave a more raw, hardcore feel than the funky styles that typical Digital Underground albums projected, pulling away from their Funkadelic & Parliament roots. 


Trigga Gots No Heart (1993)

​The music video of Trigga Gots No Heart was a song for the Menace 2 Society soundtrack released on May 26, 1993. Spice 1 and Tupac Shakur were set to play Caine and Sharif respectively, but they were later removed by director Allen Hughes. Six months later Tupac got into an altercation with the Hughes Brothers during the filming of the music video which resulted in Shakur being found guilty of assault and battery.


Practice Lookin Hard (1993)

​The music video Practice Lookin Hard filmed on September 19, 1993 is a song from E-40 album The Mail Man. According to E-40 Richie Rich, The Luniz, Spice 1, Mac Mall and many others showed up to the video set. 


CAMEO APPEARANCES

 Rockin to the P.M. (1991)

​The music video Rockin to the P.M. was a song that appeared on the Live from the Styleetron album by Raw Fusion. Digital Underground and Tupac could be seen dancing and playing around the piano.


Raw Fusion

Naughty By Nature

Slip n Slide (1996)

​Slip n Slide is a song by Danny Boy from the album Turn On Tune Out released in 1996. The music video was filmed on February 24, 1996 and takes place in Mexico. Snoop, Daz and Kurupt show up in the video set.


Spice 1

Romantic Call (1994)

​Romantic Call is a song by reggae dancehall singer Patra from the album Queens of the Pack released on August 3, 1993. The single and music video was released in 1994. Tupac makes a cameo appearance in the music video.


Raw Fusion

Natural Born Killaz (1994)

The music video was released for the week ending on November 27, 1994. The album song portrays a couple (by Priest Soopafly Brooks and Nanci Fletcher) walking down the street in a bad neighborhood until they are yelled at and verbally insulted by a local thug. Tupac makes a cameo appearance as a sniper.


Ghetto Theme (1994)

Ghetto Theme is a song by Mac Mall featuring Eboni Foster from the album Illegal Business released on July 13, 1993. The music video was released on June 11, 1994. Tupac directed and also makes an appearance with Big Stretch in the music video.