This is a really good collection of 2Pac's Greatest Hits. Of the 2 cd's, DISC TWO is probably the better disc. Disc one's best songs are Keep Ya Head Up (a great song, proving he has enormous respect for females), 2 Of Amerikaz Most Wanted (great collab. with snoop dogg, i aint a fan of snoop dogg at all but this is a great song), God Bless The Dead (another great song, love the music), Hit Em Up (2pac and the outlawz completely go off in this song! awesome diss on biggie, lil kim, etc, check out the last verse, 2pac cuts sick!), and the rest of the songs are tight too. Disc two pretty much every song is the best. Troublesome 96, Brenda's Got A Baby, I Ain't Mad At Cha, I Get Around, Changes (very classic song, sad song too), California Love, Picture Me Rollin', How Long Will They Mourn Me? (one of my favorites), Dear Mama (possibly the best song on the album), All About U, To Live & Die LA (classic 2pac, nothing else needed to be sed), and Heartz Of Men is a good way to finish off. Overall, this sums up 2pac's career near-perfectly. However, it is still missing some of the best 2pac songs ever, such as Part Time Mutha, and Me And My Girlfriend. Nevertheless, you MUST own this album if you call yourself a rap fan. If you don't, your opinion is garbage, fo' real.