The mythical 'Last Album' or 'Lost Album' by US rapper Tupak Shakur, reportedly the project he was working on by the time of his shooting death in 1996. Various sources claim the album was between 75 and 95% complete at the time Tupak was killed, but afterwards was shelved by Death Row Records. Conspiracy theorists link the album to Tupak's assassination and claim that it would contain songs that would spill the beans on Death Row's boss Suge Knight, expose a Las Vegas crime boss as a pedophile or even confirm the existence of reptilioid aliens impersonating the world leaders. More realist music critics counter that the 'album' was a project, barely more than an idea and that at the time of Tupak's death, only one song had actually been recorded.Master/$lave
The one thing that is certain is the title of the record (or project) and, after Tupak used a series of square posters displaying the writings 'Master/$lave' as set decorations for his last live concert in Vegas it was agreed that this poster would have become the album's cover.
In 2019 a video still posted on the internet seemed to show a framed display with the 'Master/$lave' poster/album cover and a platinum record hanging in the background in the Nakatomi Tower vault scene in Die Hard. The same display was later discovered as set decoration on the wall of the Dominic Casino vault in Ocean' Eleven. This led several conspiracy theorists to formulate the idea that the real tapes for the Master/$lave albums are actually in the Trump Tower in Las Vegas.
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