Tupac's fabled 'One Nation' album may finally see the official light of day. The album was recorded in 1996 with Brooklyn, N.Y.'s Boot Camp Clik, in an effort to quiet the brewing east coast/west coast beef. Boot Camp flew out to California to record the album, which was completed, then shelved immediately after his murder. Though rumors of the album's existence spread and several tracks leaked, 'One Nation' remained in legal limbo.

Now, 13 years later, record label A.E.G. has managed to acquire the rights to the 18 song 'One Nation' LP, which will be a digital-only release, dropping via iTunes on March 20th.

Although Pac was still deeply embroiled in beef with the Notorious B.I.G. at the time of the recording, the collaboration album features a track with his former friend/nemesis, along with guest appearances by Snoop Dogg, Busta Rhymes, Greg Nice, Big Daddy Kane and Tha Outlawz.

Tupac would be 38 this year, had he lived.

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    Still hailed as one of the greatest rappers dead or alive, the Notorious B.I.G. made a lasting impression on hip-hop with just two pre-death albums, 'Ready to Die' and 'Life After Death.' Download Notorious B.I.G. Songs

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    Faith Evans became well known as the wife of Notorious B.I.G., but the songstress was making a name for herself as a background singer and songwriter well before being linked to Biggie. Download Faith Evans Songs

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    Digital Underground's Shock G created the silly Humpty Dance and transformed his self-deprecating image into a memorable character in hip-hop. Download Digital Underground Songs

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    Producer and emcee duo Pete Rock and C.L. Smooth put Mount Vernon, New York on the map with their brand of soulful hip-hop in the early '90s. Download Pete Rock and C.L. Smooth Songs

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    The best-selling female rap act of all time, Salt-n-Pepa (L-R: Sandra 'Pepa' Denton, Cheryl 'Salt' James and Deidre 'Spinderella' Roper) prove that it "Ain't Nothin' But a She Thing." Download Salt-n-Pepa Songs

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    Long Live the Kane! Big Daddy Kane, pictured with his dancers Scoob Lover (left) and Scrap Lover (right), was the original king of 'Swagga,' proving you can be a hot rapper and performer. Download Big Daddy Kane Songs

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    Originally a punk band, Adam "MCA "Yauch, Adam "Ad-Rock" Horovitz and Michael "Mike D" Diamond became the Beastie Boys in the '80s and proved they were 'License to Ill.' Download Beastie Boys Songs

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    Aaliyah's style combined the best of both worlds with her penchant for oversized jeans and hip-hop gear, mixed with her delicate voice. Download Aaliyah Songs

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    The original hypeman, Flavor Flav added a certain jocularity to socially conscious hip-hop act Public Enemy. Known for rocking a massive clock around his neck, the 49-year-old made a big comeback via reality TV. Download Public Enemy Songs

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