Suge says Em was of the many who wanted to work with ‘Pac after his death
Suge Knight recently had a chance to let a few things off his chest during the latest episode on Collect Call With Suge Knight shared through Dave Mays' Breakbeat Media.
Per the former Death Row Records chief, following 2Pac's death, many people wanted in as far as the All Eyez On Me rapper's posthumous releases were concerned. As such, according to Suge, Eminem ended up entirely producing the 2004 album, Loyal to the Game, which was a flop.
“A lot of people been wanting to do songs with ‘Pac and some people even did some shit with ‘Pac,” Suge claimed. “There was only one 2Pac project that ever flopped before, and that's the one Eminem did on all the releases. All the rest of them were successful.”