During the rapper's appearance on Power 106 in Los Angeles, he was asked to drops "Breakfast Bars" over beats Pac popularized, including “I Get Around,” “Ambitionz Az A Ridah” and “Hail Mary.”
He isn't the only one celebrating Tupac. Jhené Aiko also spoke with MTV News today about Shakur's influence. The singer also revealed photos she took inspired by the late great MC. MTV News also revisited scenes from Pac's iconic "To Live And Die In L.A." music video to see how much the city's changed and how much it's stayed the same.
And while he honored Pac, Joey was dropping more than Shakur-inspired frees today. The MC also delivered the music video for his "Paper Trail$" single. "They say money is the root of all evil," Joey says on the track's intro. "I say it's the root of all people because at the end of every day, no matter black, white or blue collar worker, we still share that same common search for that paper trail."
"Paper Trail$" is a single off Bada$$'s B4.Da.$$ album which was released earlier this year.