Napoleon Life of an Outlaw (2019) From witnessing his parents murder to attaining fame with Tupac Shakur, a n inside look at the trails and tribulations that Mutah Beale has endured throughout his life. The documentary was directed by Jonathan Abdilla.

Eyes on Hip Hop (2001) This is PT# 2 of Shades of Hip Hop: R.I,P, Biggie and 2PAC. This tape includes selections you didn't see from Biggie and 2PAC and featuring Big PUN. Special guest dialogue from: Noreaga, Fat Joe, Cuban Link, Puff and The Lox . Commentary by king of Eyes On Hip Hop.

Digital Underground: Raw Uncut (2004) Humpty Dance pioneers Digital Underground is celebrated in this special program that takes a look at the hip-hop act that redefined fake noses. Spanning 14-years of wild, unfiltered craziness, Digital Underground: Raw Uncut shows the group from their humble beginnings to their immense success and resilient status throughout it all. Plus footage of Tupac Shakur as a roadie. Jeremy Wheeler, Rovi

Notorious is a 2009 American biographical drama film directed by George Tillman Jr. and written by Reggie Rock Bythewood and Cheo Hodari Coker. It is based on the life of Brooklyn-based hip-hop artist The Notorious B.I.G. Much of the film dramatizes key events in Biggie's life: his criminal lifestyle, arrest and release from prison, his relationships with Sean Combs, Tupac Shakur, Lil' Kim and Faith Evans, his involvement in the East Coast–West Coast hip hop rivalry and his drive-by-shooting murder on March 9, 1997. The film stars Jamal Woolard as Wallace, with Angela Bassett, Derek Luke, and Anthony Mackie in supporting roles. Biggie's mother, Voletta, served as a producer for the film, alongside his former managers Wayne Barrow and Mark Pitts.

Suge Knight: On The Real Death Row Story (2001) The only authorized documentary exposing the myths and confirming the legends that surround Suge Knight and Death Row Records. An exclusive look at one of the most controversial figures in the entertainment business, Marion Suge Knight , started a record empire based on some of rap and hip hops biggest stars, Tupac Shakur, Snoop Dogg and Dr. Dre, with interviews and music videos and some behind the scenes stories of the music.


Death Row Chronicles (2018) is the story of the world's most dangerous record label could only be told in a definitive 6-part documentary series. While Death Row Records boasted the success of Snoop Dogg, 2Pac, and Dr. Dre forged by unmatched creativity, the chart-topping and record-breaking sales came at a bloody, controversial cost. Part true-crime murder mystery and part hip hop drama, this compelling docu-series will comb through mountains of misinformation, uncovering key evidence and witnesses who will reveal the truth about the bitter rivalries surrounding its legends.

Juice 25th Anniversary (2017) Cinematographer Ernest R. Dickerson directed and co-wrote this crime drama about a group of friends who get involved in a robbery. Bishop (Tupac Shakur), Q (Omar Epps), Raheem (Khalil Kain), and Steel (Jermaine Hopkins) are four Harlem friends who spend their days skipping school, getting in fights, and casually shoplifting. The only member of the group who has plans for the future is Q, who dreams of becoming a deejay. The Juice 25th Anniversary includes behind footage and stories about Tupac from the cast members and Ernest Dickerson.

Gangsta Gangsta: The Tragedy of Tupac Shakur (1998)  is a UK Television Documentary from channel 4 about the Tragedy of Tupac Shakur Includes Andre Harrell (CEO Uptown Records), his father Billy Garland Kevin Powell, Professor Charles Ogletree (Tupac Lawer) Watani Tyehimba (Manager). The documentary was produced by Avril Johnson and directed by Edward George.

Tupac Shakur: Thug Angel 2 (2011) This documentary film is a delicate recap sequel to Thug Angel (2002).

2Pac4ever (2003) Heartfelt interviews from his peers, behind the scenes footage, and concert clips show the side of Tupac that was far beyond the "thug" of the evening newscasts, the man who has become a cultural icon.

The Tribute - The Forgotten Chapter In Hip Hop (2010) Live Squad documentary by Grand Imperial.

30 for 30 (2010) On the evening of Sept. 7, 1996, Mike Tyson, the WBC heavyweight champion, attempted to take Bruce Seldon's WBA title at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas. At this point in his career, Tyson's fights had become somewhat of a cultural phenomenon, where the ever present hype of the professional boxing scene would come face to face with the worlds of big business, Hollywood, and hip hop. Sitting ringside was controversial rapper Tupac Shakur. Shakur and Tyson were friends, a feeling of kinship linked them as each rose to stardom from poverty only to be thrown in prison.

Lost Soul: (2021) It's been 25 years since the focus in Las Vegas quickly shifted from a Mike Tyson fight to a shooting just off the Las Vegas Strip. Rap superstar Tupac Shakur was murdered in Las Vegas in 1996. KTNV Channel 13 Las Vegas.

Bosses In The Booth - West Coast Hip Hop (2003) A classic West Coast Hip-Hop documentary that focuses on the Bay Area artists 2Pac, E-40, Richie Rich, and C-BO as Well as Bay Area Producers Mike Mosley, Rick Rock, Femi Ojetunde, and Bosko. Special Appearances by The Goodie Mob, The Outlaws, West Coast Mafia, Spice-1, Yukmouth, Bo- Roc, T-Pup, Celly Cell, Kokane, Cold 187um, RBL Posse and more... Directed By Karl Gandy.

Tupac: Live at the House of Blues (2005) This film release captures the raw excitement of Tupac on stage, together with Snoop Dogg, and the Doggpound, this is definitely not one for the faint hearted. Soundtrack is also included with DVD.

Final 24 (2007) The most successful hip-hop artist of all time, Tupac Shakur has just finished shooting his latest video in Los Angeles. As the fearless and angry voice of urban America, the multi-talented poet and performer has sold over 75 million albums, has scored six top-ten billboard singles in as many years, and has emerged as a rich and powerful black man with scores of fans... And enemies.

Words Never Die (1997) Shockingly explicit, WORDS NEVER DIE gives a raw portrayal of Tupac's life, from his early years living in homeless shelters to an acting career in his teens, culminating in his meteoric rise to Hip-Hop legend. Hosted by the Baka Boyz, No 1 rather Hip-Hop D.J.s in the U.S.A., this sizzling documentary examines Tupac's rise to the top of the music industry from the group DIGITAL UNDERGROUND to his peak with DEATH ROW RECORDS. Love him or hate him, this tell...see... and...hear all DVD pulls no punches!

50 Years of Hip Hop (2023) Big Boy presents a three-part documentary series celebrating the 50th anniversary of a genre that started in the Bronx and grew into a cultural phenomenon spread across the world. Episode One covers the rise of Eazy E, the formation of N.W.A., and the gangster rap era of the 80’s / 90’s. Dr. Dre and Warren G speak on the rise of Snoop Dogg — sharing stories behind iconic tracks like Deep Cover, Nuthin’ But a “G” Thang, and The Chronic album. Warren G and Snoop remember working with the former CEO of Death-Row Records, Suge Knight. “50 Years of Hip Hop” also explores the rise of Tupac Shakur, his famous beef with Biggie Smalls, and his tragic murder in 1996. Marlon Wayans, E-40, and Snoop Dogg recall their finals moments with the west-coast rapper. Plus, boxing champion Mike Tyson speaks on Tupac’s legacy. Watch the full interviews exclusively on BigBoyTV.

Hip Hop Revolution: Out The Trunk (2018) In the Bay Area, Too Short channels pimp culture, MC Hammer becomes rap's first pop star, and Digital Underground introduces the world to Tupac Shakur.

2Pac Music Video Collection (2007) This video discography spanning three DVD discs features tag free, full videos with intro screens denoting the director and other relevant credit information.  Each video (minus one) is from a digital source. This DVD was sold in 2007 on Dante and G. Litt's site (

Murder Rap: Inside The Biggie & Tupac Murders (2015) The inside story behind the Biggie and Tupac murder investigations is laid bare using police case files, taped confessions and interviews with lead detective Greg Kading and other witnesses.

Remembering Makaveli (2006) is a series of 3 DVDs with Tupac footage sold by Dante Benz and K. Litt. Presenting “Remembering Makaveli,” a DVD video project constructed to present the many sides of arguably the most prolific and intriguing hip hop artist in history via the most qualified commentator to discuss the man’s life, politics, music, and friends… 2Pac himself.

Hip Hop Story Tha Movie (2002) Various hip-hop artist think back and talk about the ghetto life, PAC shakur and there favorite occupations. Also a featured live performance. The documentary was written by Wilson  Ebiye and directed by Sal Martino. Hip Hop Story Tha Movie received negative reviews.

Tupac: Aftermath (2009) This documentary film is a delicate sequel to Tupac: Conspiracy, which takes the audience to the days following the death of the rap artist. The fire, intensity and passion of this artist still burns brightly in those who were inspired by him, and that is perfectly reflected here.

Beef (2003)  American documentary film directed by Peter Spirer about the history of hip-hop feuds. Produced by Peter Spirer, Casey Suchan and Denis Henry Hennelly and executive produced by Quincy Jones III (QD3), the film was written by Peter Alton and Spirer, and narrated by actor Ving Rhames.

All Eyez on Me (2017) is a American biographical drama film directed by Benny Boom and written by Jeremy Haft, Eddie Gonzalez, and Steven Bagatourian. Titled after the 1996 studio album, as well as the song of the same name, it is based on the life and death of the titular American rapper Tupac Shakur. The film stars Demetrius Shipp Jr. as Tupac Shakur, with Kat Graham, Lauren Cohan, Hill Harper, and Danai Gurira. Jamal Woolard reprises his role as Christopher "Biggie Smalls" Wallace / The Notorious B.I.G. from Notorious (2009). The movie received negative reviews.

Too Legit: The MC Hammer Story (2001) The life of MC Hammer (Romany Malco), the Oakland A's bat boy who became a popular rapper in the early 1990s, is dramatized in a biopic that follows his journey to music stardom. Lamont Stanley plays Tupac Shakur in the movie.

Rhyme & Reason (1997) Filmmaker Peter Spirer interviewed over 80 significant artists in rap and hip hop music. The film explores the history of hip hop culture, how rap evolved to become a major cultural voice (and a multi-billion dollar industry), and what the artists have to say about the music's often controversial images and reputation. Interview subjects range from veteran old-school rappers, such as Kurtis Blow, KRS-One and Chuck D, to rap icons Ice-T, Dr. Dre, and MC Eiht, to several current rap hitmakers, including Wu-Tang Clan, Tupac Shakur, and The Notorious B.I.G., less than four days before he was murdered.

Famous Crime Scene (2010) Documentary television series about the crime scenes of famous people.

Death Row Video Compilation (2007) Introducing's new video compilation of rare and unreleased videos from the legendary Death Row label. This DVD compilation contains 21 seldom-seen videos from Death Row artists, with most including promotional intro screens that display artist or director information. None of these videos contain inserted network tags or logos, and all have been recorded directly from very rare promotional video tapes issued only to select networks. There are no edits or alterations whatsoever.