The estate of Tupac Shakur has revealed a new collection of merchandise centered around the 20-year anniversary of the rap icon's Greatest Hits album, which was released on this date in 1998.
The new collection consists of 13 items with three variations of the album including a clear vinyl version, a standard vinyl version and a digital download of the double-disk project.
There are also long-sleeve and short-sleeve shirts available, which display the rapper's image in different variations and different colors ranging from $35-$45. Hoodies in two styles are for sale in a package that comes with a digital download of the LP for $65. There are also listographs available for $35 as well as two different hats going for $35 a piece with the album. The merch will be available the next 13 days.
2Pac's Great Hits consisted of 25 songs including many fan favorites like "Keep Ya Head Up," "Hail Mary," "Brenda's Got a Baby," "California Love," "Picture Me Rollin,'" "Dear Mama," "To Live & Die in L.A.," "How Long Will They Mourn Me?," "How Do U Want It" and more. The double album has reached diamond status.
This is the second merch collection from the late rapper released this month. A couple weeks ago, the estate of Tupac Shakur and Marvel Comics announced a new Black Panther merch collaboration.
Check out all the pieces in 'Pacs Greatest Hits 20-year annniversary merch collection below.