Trapped is the solo debut single by 2Pac from his debut album 2Pacalypse Now (1991). It deals with police brutality. The first verse tells a story of 2Pac being harassed by the police with one even shooting at him. He then fires back and says he did it because he was tired of constantly being profiled and abused by police officers. Trapped was released on September 25, 1991.


Brenda's Got A Baby released on October 20, 1991 as a promotional CD single then, in February 1992, it was re-released as a double A-side single with the song If My Homie Calls. The song, which features R&B singer Dave Hollister singing background vocals with Roniece Levias, is about a 12-year-old girl named Brenda who lives in a ghetto and has a baby she can't support.

If My Homie Calls was released December 20, 1991 as a double A-side single with Brenda's Got a Baby. A mostly black and white music video with elements of red, blue and sepia was made for the single. 2Pac performed the song live in 1992 on Yo! MTV Raps. The song entered the rap singles chart and peaked at number three on May 1 1992.