Tupac Shakur’s estate, ran by his mother Afeni Shakur and Jampol Artist Management (JAM), said in a statement that there is even more music to be released from the last rapper.
"I believe it is our responsibility to make sure that Tupac’s entire body of work is made available for his fans. My son left many incomplete pieces and even more unfinished ideas. Using the blueprints he gave us, I am committed to fulfilling this duty."
Tom Whalley, the label executive who signed Shakur to his first record deal, will be working with JAM on upcoming music projects, while JAM will also be in charge of worldwide music licensing, apparel/merchandise, and media as it relates to all things Tupac.
"It’s our responsibility — and our privilege — to ensure that new generations of fans experience the power of Tupac’s music, his ideas and his storytelling," Jeffrey Jampol, founder and president of JAM said in a statement.
Afeni Shakur says Jampol "will find innovative ways to continue to keep his music, his message, and his legacy alive," being that he also manages the estates of Janis Joplin, Otis Redding, Peter Tosh and Henry Mancini, and consults the estate of Michael Jackson.
There have been six posthumous solo albums released since his murder in 1996.