This is a compilation of almost all the featurings of 2Pac. The remixes (like "Thug Luv" or "Smile") have not been included here, as well as some other "non well-published" songs ("Mind of a Bad Boy/Real Bad Boys" recorded for Bad Boys OST in 94 but published in Assassin's album in 96 ; "Can't Turn Back" recorded in 94 and only released in a Blackjack's promo B-Side in 96...). But we could have added Jon B's "Are You Still Down" that is very close to its original form.
01. Same Song (Around The World Edit) feat. Digital Underground
02. The Dflo Shuttle feat. Digital Underground
03. #1 With A Bullet feat. Money B (Digital Underground)
04. Call It What U Want feat. Above The Law & Money B
05. Salsa con Soulfood feat. Funky Aztecs, TMD & Money B
06. Gotta Get Mine feat. MC Breed
07. Skank Wit U feat. Don Jagwarr
08. Wassup Wit' Da Luv (Radio Edit) feat. Digital Underground
09. Jealous Got Me Strapped feat. Spice 1
10. Gangsta Team feat. South Central Cartel, Ice-T, Mc Eiht & Spice 1
11. Let’s Get it on feat. Heavy D, Grand Puba, The Notorious B.I.G. & Spunk Bigga
12. We Do This feat. Too $hort, Mc Breed & Father Dom
13. P.Y.T. (Playa Young Thugz) feat. MC Smooth
14. Dusted 'n' Disgusted feat. E-40, Spice 1 & Mac Mall
15. Million Dollar Spot feat. E-40, B-Legit
16. 4 Tha Hustlas feat. Too Short & Mc Breed
17. Niggaz Done Changed feat. Richie Rich
01. Same Song (Around The World Edit) feat. Digital Underground / Shock G
- Published in Digital Underground's Same Song EP (1991, Tommy Boy). That was an edition in two parts from This is An E.P. Release (1991, Tommy Boy).
- Published in Digital Underground's Sons of P (1991, Tommy Boy / TNT). Digital Underground's album was out before Pac's one, so the song is probably from early 1991.
- Published in Raw Fusion's Live From The Styleetron (1991, Hollywood Basic).The Money B / Dj Fuze album has been out the exact same day than 2Pacalypse Now. We could think that this track has been recorded a little earlier than the 2Pac's album.
- Single from Above The Law's Black Mafia Life (1993, Ruthless). The video of the song appeared on the 2nd of february 1992.
- Published in Funky Aztecs Chicano Blues (1992, TNT). The Funky Aztecs (Pee-Wee of The Underground Railroad is a member of that group) re-used Pac's verse for the song "Slippin' into Darkness" from their second album Day of the Dead published in 1995.
- Single from Mc Breed's album The New Breed (1993, Wrap records). In the same album, you could also find 2Pac speaking on "Coming Real Again".
- 1993. Published in Don Jagwarr's album Faded recorded in 1993 (1994, Priority).
- 1993. Published in Digital Underground's Wussup Wit' Da Luv (12'') (1994, Tommy Boy / TNT), single from the album The Body-Hat Syndrome (1993, Tommy Boy).
- 1993. Published in Spice 1's Amerikkka's Nightmare (1994, Jive).
- 1993. Published in South Central Cartel 'N Gatz We Truss (1994, Rush).
- Published in Eddie F's The Untouchable (1994, Motown). Pac’s voice sounds calm like on MATW. It is probably the last combination recorded between 2Pac & Biggie.
- 1994. Published in Too $hort's Cocktails (1995, Jive)
- 1994. Published in MC Smooth's Smooth (1995, TNT). The topic of the 2Pac's verse is the same than in Amerikaz Crucify/Me Against The World.
- 1994. Published in E-40's In A Major Way (1995, Jive)
- Published in E-40's Hall of Fame (1996, Jive)
- Published in Ant Banks' Big Thangs (1997, Priority)
- Published in Richie Rich's Seasoned Veteran (1996, Def Jam)
Other featurings :
MC Breed - Comin' Real Again feat. 2Pac (speaking)
Lady of Rage - Big Bad Lady feat. 2Pac (speaking)
Jon B - Are You Still Down feat. 2Pac / Johnny J