Exclusive: Download the original uncut “Makaveli” album


Producer QD3 gave fans an exclusive listen to Tupac Shakur’s Makaveli – The Don Killuminati: The 7 Day Theory album today in its original form, the way Tupac originally submitted it to the record label and the original way he wanted it.

The whole thing was a result of him promising to stream the original work on uStream.com if he got 5000 followers on his Twitter page.

The 40-minute stream featured 9 uncut songs from the original album, as well as a fan-favorite – the unreleased and original version of “Friends” which was produced by QD3 and later remixed for the Too Gangsta for Radio CD compilation.

QD3 did not state whether or not he would release the music in the future.

For the fans that weren’t able to tune into the original stream this afternoon, StreetHop.com writer Rahim has recorded the stream and we’re giving it to you as belated birthday gift in honor of Pac’s birthday.

DOWNLOAD: The Original Makaveli Album

You can follow QD3 by going to his Twitter page http://www.twitter.com/QD3. Once again, big thanks to Rahim for providing the audio and thanks to QD3 for allowing the fans to hear it.

The tracklist of the live stream is as follows:

01. Intro/Bomb First (My Second Reply)
02. Hail Mary
03. Me and My Girlfriend
04. Lost Souls
05. To Live & Die in L.A.
06. Against All Odds
07. Life of an Outlaw
08. Friends
09. Blasphemy


  1. sonof2pac
    Jun 19, 2009 @ 14:31:55

    what about Watch Ya Mouth???!!

    nothing really new here… i guess it’s nice to know that the OG makaveli album wasn’t really much different from tracks we already have… maybe a couple new hi-hats…

    thanks Rahim for the quality rip 🙂

  2. anon88
    Jun 19, 2009 @ 12:03:45

    bloody awful. what a fucking idiot that cunt Rahim is for knowingly not sorting out a better method of recording which he could have done quite easily. fucking idiot. he knew it was going to be on the air and he didn’t do shit. he has ruined what could have been a really cool insight. fuck you rahim, you fucking idiot.

  3. WasteOfTime
    Jun 19, 2009 @ 11:23:51

    We want FLAC.

  4. WasteOfTime
    Jun 19, 2009 @ 11:23:15

    Anon is soo right… RIP Pac’ …

  5. Anon
    Jun 19, 2009 @ 11:11:37

    what a waste of time.. possibly worst recording and encoding ive ever heard. Yeah its free, but so is dogg shit on the pavement.

  6. Diaz
    Jun 19, 2009 @ 10:12:17

    Thanks Ra Ra

  7. bbk
    Jun 19, 2009 @ 07:59:53

    nothing new, they are all released on differents mixtapes like the song Friends, its on the Trapp album.

  8. dell
    Jun 19, 2009 @ 01:53:54

    I can tell alot of differences. Don’t know what you’ll talking about.

  9. Z
    Jun 19, 2009 @ 01:22:16

    doesnt sound to different from the album except that “Friends” track thats straight Bangin’

  10. Limn
    Jun 19, 2009 @ 00:56:53

    this is sicc and all but any way to get it w/o the cracks in the audio? that shits harsh as hell

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