Chance The Rapper’s Tupac and Biggie Halloween Costume
Halloween is the one time of year where people can go all out and transform into whatever they wish. Whether that be an imaginary creature, cartoon character or past legend – there’s no shortage of amazing costumes this year!
One of the many iconic Halloween costumes this year is Chance The Rapper’s Tupac costume. On Monday he took to Instagram and posted his sleuthing Halloween ensemble along with the caption, “Tupac, I’m a fan.”
Tupac Shakur’s iconic costumes have become iconic over the years, but this year’s look may be his best yet. As his fame grows, his style has become even more refined; making this Tupac look an absolute must-see for anyone seeking style with an edge.
His costume showcases exquisite attention to detail, from his beige Fila outfit and brown Timberlands — as well as a gold Rolex filled with diamonds. Not only is this costume an impressive piece of fashion, but it’s also the ideal way to honor the late rapper’s legacy.
Tupac Shakur’s music is unmatched when it comes to representing the ghetto. His rhymes are a direct representation of his upbringing and culture, with lyrics that are both honest and raw. As one of hip-hop’s most iconic figures, his legacy lives on through his music.
Pac was renowned for his groundbreaking music, yet he also lived an extremely real life. Throughout the course of his life he was arrested multiple times, imprisoned twice, and ultimately found guilty of murder.
He was sent to Rikers Island and then Clinton Correctional Facility in Dannemora, New York where he met Keisha Morris. There they had an arranged marriage before his release from prison.
Once out of prison, Knight began working with Knight’s new management company as part of a duo known as Death Row Records. Their debut album, All Eyes On Me, rocketed to the top of the charts and sold more than half a million copies in its first week alone.
They released the singles “How Do U Want It” and “The Wall,” both of which made it onto Billboard Top 40 lists and hit #1 on R&B/Hip-Hop charts respectively. But it was the title track which shot straight to #1 on US pop chart, becoming the biggest seller in rap history.
On February 1, 1994, early in the month of February, Prince released his debut LP All Eyes On Me amid controversy surrounding its release. Despite all that, the album went on to become one of music’s most successful and influential albums.
Although he passed away several decades ago, his name and image remain influential in the world of rap today. His lyrical style is deeply rooted in ‘thug life’ imagery, with much of his music reflecting this harsh reality.