|Soundtrack album by|
|Released||November 11, 2003 (US)|
|Singles from Tupac: Resurrection|
Tupac: Resurrection is a soundtrack album for the Academy Award-nominated documentary of the same name. It was released on November 14, 2003 by Amaru Entertainment and Interscope Records.
It includes several previously released 2Pac recordings, including "Death Around the Corner" from Me Against the World , "Secretz of War" from Still I Rise , "Holler If Ya Hear Me" from Strictly 4 My N.I.G.G.A.Z. and "Rebel of the Underground" from 2Pacalypse Now ; and unreleased 2Pac verses re-constructed into new tracks such as "Ghost", "One Day at a Time", and "Runnin (Dying to Live)".
|"One Day at a Time (Em's Version)"|
|"Runnin' (Dying to Live)"|
Tupac's mother Afeni Shakur and Eminem executively produced the album.
The album features The Notorious B.I.G., Eminem, 50 Cent, Outlawz, and Digital Underground.
"Intro", "Ghost", "Death Around The Corner", "Bury Me A G" and "Str8 Ballin'" do not actually feature in the movie, but appear on the album.
The album received mixed to positive reviews.
The album sold more than 420,000 copies in its first week, debuting at number two on the Billboard 200 behind Jay-Z's The Black Album . 
It has sold 1,666,335 copies in the United States as of 2011. 
It went platinum in the United States  and gold in the United Kingdom. 
The song "Runnin' (Dying to Live)" won the Top Soundtrack Song of the Year award at the 2005 ASCAP Rhythm & Soul Music Awards.
|1.||"Intro" (previously unreleased)||0:05|
|2.||"Ghost" (previously unreleased)||Eminem||4:17|
|3.||"One Day at a Time (Em's Version)" (with Eminem feat. Outlawz) (previously unreleased)||Eminem||3:44|
|4.||"Death Around the Corner" (from Me Against the World, 1995)||Johnny "J"||4:07|
|5.||"Secretz of War" (feat. Outlawz) (from Still I Rise, 1999)||Johnny "J"||4:13|
|6.||"Runnin' (Dying to Live)" (feat. The Notorious B.I.G.) (released in 2002)||Eminem||3:51|
|7.||"Holler If Ya Hear Me" (from Strictly 4 My N.I.G.G.A.Z, 1993)||Stretch||4:38|
|8.||"Starin' Through My Rear View" (feat. Outlawz) (from Gang Related soundtrack, 1997)||5:11|
|9.||"Bury Me a G" (feat. Thug Life) (from Thug Life Volume 1, 1994)||Thug Music||5:00|
|10.||"Same Song" (feat. Digital Underground, from This Is an EP Release, 1991)||Shock G||3:57|
|11.||"Panther Power" (feat. Tyson) (from Beginnings: The Lost Tapes 1988–1991, 2000)||Chopmaster J and Strictly Dope||4:36|
|12.||"Str8 Ballin'" (from Thug Life Volume 1, 1994)||Easy Mo Bee||5:04|
|13.||"Rebel of the Underground" (from 2Pacalypse Now, 1991)||Shock G||3:17|
|14.||"The Realist Killaz" (feat. 50 Cent) (previously unreleased)||Red Spyda||2:59|
|United Kingdom (BPI) ||Gold||100,000^|
|United States (RIAA) ||Platinum||1,666,335 |
^ Shipments figures based on certification alone.
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