The late hip-hop icon 2Pac’s legacy will live forever. The deceased music mogul and a few notable music bands have been inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame.
Tupac Shakur and five other music legends have made it into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Class of 2017.
The six performer inductees announced Tuesday reflect a wide reach in time and style, ranging from Joan Baez, who began her folk career in the early 1960s, to Pearl Jam, a leader of the Seattle grunge sound, and the late rapper Tupac Shakur, who released hit albums in the 1990s. The three other inductees include two English bands, Electric Light Orchestra (ELO) and Yes, which broke through in the early 1970s, and San Francisco-based Journey, which scored its biggest hits, including the anthemic Don’t Stop Believin’, in the 1980s. (USA Today)