Though the musician has already died, still his music is alive, topped the British music charts Sunday with "Ghetto Gospel"
It's been nine years since the American rapper, Tupac Shakur died, but his music is somehow still alive. Approvingly, "Ghetto Gospel," his single which also features Elton John, topped the British music charts Sunday. By doing so, the Crazy Frog mobile phone ring tone which held the top spot for four weeks has to reluctantly drop to 2nd.
In the 3rd place was James Blunt with his "You're Beautiful," while Bobby V's "Slow Down" entered in 4th place. The new entry dance track "Roc Ya Body" by MVP was at 5th, surpassing British DJ team Audio Bullys and the remix of Nancy Sinatra's "Shot You Down." In 7th was the "Lose Control" of Missy Elliott, while cartoon band Gorillaz was in 8th with "Feel Good Inc." Another new entry "Hard To Beat" by Hard-Fi was in 9th spot and 50 Cent rounded out at the top 10 with "Just A Lil Bit."