New Tupac Videos, Album Help Celebrate Rapper's Legacy

Although it didn't get much press amid all the other high-profile releases last week, the new "Greatest Hits" double-album from the late rapper Tupac Shakur did manage to find its way into many fans' homes, as the record sold over 268,000 copies, according to SoundScan.

The compilation features some of Shakur's best-known numbers, in addition to four previously unreleased tracks dredged from the record-company vaults. Also released were two videos, a montage clip for "Changes," [28.8 RealVideo] and an unreleased video for "All About You," a song which originally appeared on the rapper's 1996 album, "All Eyes on Me."

Meanwhile, it looks like the much talked-about Tupac tribute album -- which Madonna was at one point rumored to be a part of (see "More Tupac Bootleg Material Hits Streets, Madonna Eyed For Tupac Tribute") -- is in the final stages of actually coming together, and should

be released at some point next year.