The Grammy Museum located in Los Angeles, CA opened a new exhibit on Tuesday night.  The title of the exhibit is: “All Eyez on Me: The Writings of Tupac Shakur” and it showcases outfits the late rapper wore to award shows along with his handwritten lyrics.  His mother, Afeni Shakur, who runs the Tupac Shakur Estate provided the museum with the artifacts for the exhibit.

During the grand opening a discussion panel occurred made up of Mean, skateboarder Paul Rodriguez, Public Enemy’s Public D, Compton rapper YG, and others who knew the late rapper.  According to Hip Hop Head the panel “really highlighted Tupac’s spirit. You really got a sense of what Tupac was like as a person from the stories they related.”

“All Eyez on Me” is only open to the public until April 22nd. Checkout the gallery below for pictures from the opening and some of what is featured in the museum.

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