Tupac Shakur's third posthumous album of original material, And Still I Rise, is due in November. A book of his poems is scheduled to be published this week, and the rapper's friends and family will gather in Oakland on Dec. 3 for a conference celebrating the life of Shakur and his legacy. And Still I Rise is expected to feature material recorded by Shakur after his release from prison in 1996 following a sexual-assault conviction. The 25-year-old rapper was killed in a drive-by shooting in September of that year. "The Rose That Grew From Concrete," to be published by MTV Books, features 72 poems written by Shakur before he released his first solo album.
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