Michael Jackson Turned Down Tupac!

Michael Jackson

Micheal Jackson’s pedigree is unmatched. Same with Pac & Biggie. He decided to pass on a chance to work with Pac. Guess why….?

The Don Killuminati: The 7 Day Theory is the best album Tupac put out. But this was his Death Row Records. Something crazy happened and BET unearthed something we have never heard before.

They created an oral history of Makaveli’s The Don Killuminati: The 7 Day Theory and set it off.

QDIII produced “To Live & Die In L.A.,” one of my favorite songs on the album. Well, lets continue. There was a song called “Thug Nature,” which originally remixed “Human Nature,” the 1983 Michael Jackson hit!!!! Remember Quincy Jones is QDIII’s dad! Well, you know what is next! They wanted to get MJ on the song!

QDIII FLEXED and said, “So I set up a meeting at Neverland. I go up there and told Michael about it. And do you know what Micheal said? He liked Biggie.”

A year before, in the year of our Lord 1995, The Notorious B.I.G. and Michael Jackson collaborated on “This Time Around.” So, MJ was a ride-n-die type of dude. He sided with his man! Also, apparently Pac beefing with Jay-Z, Mobb Deep, Nas and others did not bode with for Pac.

QDIII said Pac was focused regardless and explained how he was in the studio.

“I would say he was manic”. “There would be moments that called for quiet voice and candles and all that and he would be screaming and smoking Newports. He was on fire with this manic push. He was always pushing,” QDIII said. Well, Pac did not need MJ for that one, but it could have been epic.

Salute Pac!

Salute Big!

Salute MJ!

And Salute QDIII!