PBS Digital Studio’s web series Blank on Blank recreates interviews from celebrities and politicians from the past and adds animated visuals.
Grunge rock icon Kurt Cobain, The Beastie Boys, and others have received the Blank on Blank treatment, and now it’s the late Tupac Shakur’s turn.
Entertainment Weekly writer Benjamin Svetkey sat down with Shakur in this 1994 interview, a few months after he was released from prison after being accused of raping a woman.
Tupac’s tone is reflective at times but also hurt as he felt the media was out to “get him” and how he feels constantly alone and without companions and friends.
Check out the haunting interview and let us know what you think in the comments below.