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R U Still Down?

1997
Jive
R U Still Down? (Remember Me) is the sixth studio album by American rapper, 2Pac, released in November 25, 1997, and the first to be finished without his creative input. Tupac left a large body of work behind, this was the first release from his mother's imprint, Amaru Entertainment, set up to control 2Pac's posthumous releases. The album contains previously unreleased material from the time period of his albums Strictly 4 My N.I.G.G.A.Z., Thug Life: Volume 1 and Me Against the World.The first release on Amaru, R U Still Down? (Remember Me) was overseen by 2Pac's mother, Afeni Shakur. This album airs his views on life from a time before he became involved in the controversial East Coast–West Coast rivalry. His lyrics foreshadow his death in songs like "Open Fire" and "Thug Style." "Definition of a Thug Nigga" also appears on the soundtrack of the 1993 film, Poetic Justice. It spawned two hits, "Do for Love" and "I Wonder If Heaven Got a Ghetto", of which "Do for Love" was certified Gold by the RIAA. R U Still Down? sold 549,000 copies in its first week. The album reached multi-Platinum status (4 million sold) under a month on December 15, 1997, a trend followed by some of his subsequent posthumous albums. It topped the R&B charts in the United States for three weeks.
The Songs

RedemptionOpen FireR U Still Down? (Remember Me)HellrazorThug StyleWhere Do We Go From Here (Interlude)I Wonder If Heaven Got A GhettoNothing To LoseI'm Gettin MoneyLie To Kick ItFuck All Y'AllLet Them Thangs GoDefinition Of A Thug NiggaReady 4 WhateverWhen I Get FreeHold On Be StrongI'm Losin ItFake Ass BitchesDo For LoveEnemies With MeNothin But Love16 On Death RowI Wonder If Heaven Got A Ghetto (Hip-Hop Version)When I Get Free IIBlack Starry Night (Interlude)Only Fear Of Death