Tupac's Track Meets No End

Though Tupac has been died, still his music has its power to rule the U.K. pop singles chart for a second week on Sunday


He died already, yet does his music. Approvingly, death doesn't prevent late rapper Tupac Shakur to lead the U.K. pop singles chart for a second week on Sunday with his "Ghetto Gospel." The track, which actually is his first U.K. No. 1 and featuring a sample of Elton John's 1971 tune "Indian Summer," was released almost nine years after he died in a drive-by shooting in Las Vegas.

Came in at No. 2 was the "Crazy Chick" Charlotte Church, whose upcoming album "Tissues and Issues" marks his first move away from classical and easy listening recordings. Meanwhile, the week's only other new entry in the top 10 was American boy band Backstreet Boys, which "Incomplete" debuted at No. 8.

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