Hail Mary is a song from the  The Don Killuminati: The 7 Day Theory. It was released after his September 1996 murder under the Makaveli stage name as the album's third single. The music video was released on March 16, 1997. Directed by Frank Sacramento.

Wonder If Heaven Got a Ghetto Lionel C. Martin directed the music video on October 25, 1997, the perspective is a first-person viewpoint of Shakur. After being shot, he stumbles to a nunnery in fictional Rukahs, New Mexico. ('Rukahs' spelled backward is 'Shakur'.) The license plate of the car that Shakur gets in with the older man reads "61671", which references Shakur's birthday on June 16, 1971. The room he goes into with the girl is room number 7. The clock in the background at the end is set to 4:03, the same time Shakur officially died at 4:03, Tupac appears also. At the end, he goes into Amaru Diner, Amaru being his middle name. 

Changes was released on the Greatest Hits album in 1998. The music video was directed by Chris Hafner.


Unconditional Love was released on the Greatest Hits. The music video for "Unconditional Love" was filmed between January 11–12, 1999. It features Tha Realest (looking and sounding like 2Pac) recording this song in the studio. 

Smile is the lead single released from Scarface's fourth album, The Untouchable. The song features  Johnny P and was produced by Damon Thomas. The music video was released on April 27, 1997. 

Do For Love is a song from the posthumous R U Still Down? Remember Me album. The music video, directed by Bill Parker, was filmed on January 28–29, 1998 and has 2Pac as a clay, anime, and animated figure. 

Wanted Dead or Alive is a collaboration song by 2Pac and Snoop Doggy Dogg released on May 16, 1997 from the soundtrack Gridlock'd. The video showed the police trying to catch Snoop Dogg and clips of the deceased rapper Tupac Shakur. The storyline is similar to "2 of Amerikaz Most Wanted". The video is directed by Scott Kalvert and the track samples Dance Floor by Zapp & Roger.