Teen, 14 years oldWritten byTheGoodGuyFebruary 2, 2014
No Tupac for kids.
The deceased rapper can have songs that are very empowering and meaningful , like
'Keep Ya Head Up' and 'Brenda's Got A Baby' even though the latter is not meant for kids. This album contains very violent tracks like ''The Realest Killaz'', "Holler If Ya Hear Me" and ''Running(Dying To Live)".
Yes this album has alot of bad content, but common sense dose not know what they are talking about. Tupac's lyrics dosent promote the content nor does he say it is bad, he just tells it how it is and yes stuff like that goes on in the ghetto. I recommend 15+, when I was 14 people at my school were using slang words like that. You just need to make sure child is mature enough to understand why he uses bad words and talks about violent acts