Tupac’s debut album inspires new Funko Pop! album figure

Funko Pop! The album series now pays homage to Tupac’s debut album “2Pacalypse Now” as they feature it on their new series collection.

The new Tupac Funko Pop! The album figure features ‘Pac dressed in black jeans and trainers while wearing a matching jacket and cap. Golden chain, white T-shirt and golden rings complete the must have Pop! figure.

“The Pop of Funko! The line of albums focuses on the most popular albums from the present to the classics of yesteryear, and we knew the legendary Tupac 2Pacalypse Now was supposed to be next to get the Funko treatment,” Doug Oglesby, General Manager of Funko at Hardlines, told iHeartRadio. “We wanted to pay homage to this groundbreaking album, so this highly anticipated collectible features the original cover art and the iconic Tupac Shakur himself adorned in his signature gold jewelry in traditional Funko Pop! stylization.”

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Tupac Funko Pop! The album figure is currently available through Walmart for pre-order and is expected to ship later this year in December. In addition to the Tupac figure, the collectible will also come with the “2Pacalypse Now” album cover packaged in a protective case.

Released in 1991, “2Pacalypse Now” peaked at number 64 on the Billboard 200. Social issues facing American society, such as racism, police brutality, poverty, black-on-black crime and teenage pregnancy , were all covered by the lyrics of Tupac’s 13-track debut album. The classic “Brenda’s Got A Baby” was also featured on the album.


Tupac's debut album inspires new Funko Pop!  album figure
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This wouldn’t be the first time Tupac has been featured as a Pop! figure. Tupac’s Thug Life era and his Death Row days were celebrated via the Pop! Rocks series. Last summer, the “Loyal To The Game” figurine paid homage to Tupac’s posthumous release in 2004. (New Tupac Funko Pop “True to the Game”)

The series has previously featured Lil Wayne’s The Carter III as well as The Notorious BIG’s ready to die and Life after death.

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