2Pac is still recognized as arguably the greatest rapper of all-time, or at least in many hip-hop fans’ top three. Every year now, it appears that more exclusive items that he owned, continue to go up for auction, at high prices. This is now the case, for one of Pac’s hard drives.
According to TMZ, this hard drive was held on to, by Pac’s bodyguard, Frank Alexander, who passed away, in 2013. This was a computer hard drive, which contained unreleased photos, music documents, and more. This hard drive is 83 GB, and is being auctioned off, by GottaHaveRockandRoll.com. The unreleased song, is a different version of Of Pac’s “Let’s Get It On.”
The opening bid for this hard drive, is starting at $10,000. It’s projected to end up being sold for at least $600,000 or more, though. Additional photos of Pac here, include he and his friends hanging out together, as well as recording music.
The documents in this hard drive include lawsuits that Pac was named in, depositions he was required to give, and other legal paperwork. 10% of proceeds of this auction, will go to the Tupac Amaru Shakur Foundation.
Check out some of the photos from 2Pac’s hard drive, below.