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Tupac Record Contract Headed To Auction

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A record contract that Tupac Shakur signed with Interscope Records for his group Thug Life is set to hit the auction block. The group released an album, Thug Life Vol. 1, and it includes some of Pac's best loved works including "Ballin," "Cradle to the Grave," "Bury Me a G," "How Long Will They Mourn Me," and "Pour Out a Little Liquor."

According to TMZ, the contract is dated July 24, 1994 and features the various details of the release including budgets and terms. It is expected to land at least $6,000.

It's just the most recent auction involving the rap icon and follows a nude photo that sold last year. The snap was taken by an ex-girlfriend who wrote:

"This nude photograph of Tupac was taken in 1990 at a house party in Marin County. Always the showman (and jokester!) Tupac would, on occasion, drop his pants when least expected and catch his friends by surprise," she said of the pic. "On this particular night, when my camera was about to go off taking a group shot, he did it again! I told him I was going to zoom in if he didn't move fast and yank his pants up, but he just grinned at me and didn't budge. Flash! These singular photos capture the playful, spontaneous and uninhibited side of Tupac."

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