Biggie and Tupac the most popular singers in the rap music industry. They started in mid-90’s while became famous around the world. Their success was largely due to their special charisma. They showed their charisma in the songs and their emotion to each other. As a result of that, their fans divided into two sides, one prefers Tupac, and the other prefers Biggie. In fact, there are a lot of the differences and similarities between them Tupac Amaru Shakur and Christopher Wallace also knows as “Biggie”. Both of them were Hip Hop singers and had a lot of glorious songs, but there were many differences between the two of them. The differences are in their parts of life, such as their childhood and the beginning to their famous.
Tupac and Biggie are appearing as rappers. They have become a fable in hip-hop and rap. That due to their talents and violent behaviors. Both of them have famous songs, such as Get Money, Player’s Anthem, Dear Mama and California Love. Also, their songs have a deep tone with rhythmic style, and the style of lyrics is similar to each Other. They started experiencing with music as a teenager. They were selling up 35 million albums, and that number extended every day.Tupac released his first album, 2Pacalypse Now, in 1991. Biggie deputes his album, Ready to Die, in 1994. He told his life story on this album from drug seller to famous rapper. By comparison, both of them contributed to movies and achieved a lot of success in their lives.
The childhood is different between Tupac and Biggie. Biggie grew up in Brooklyn, New York City. He suffered a lot because his father left the family when he was two years old. His mom worked hard to raise him and teach him. Despite the hard childhood, he was excelling in class, and he was winning a lot of awards as an English student. He was overweight by age 10 because that his nickname is “Big “. At the age of 12, he commenced selling illegal drugs, and his mother didn’t know about that until he was an adult. At seventeen, he dropped out of school because joined in crime. In 1989, he jailed in Brooklyn and punished with five years, but he stayed nine months in jail before making bail. Tupac had a difficult childhood, too. When his mother was pregnant with him she was in the present after that she got out.Tupac raised by her mother. He had no contact with his biological father, Billy Garland until he was an adult. He lived his childhood around New York City, and he accepted an education from his mother. In addition, he completed his education in radical politics.