Coolio: “I did a song with 2Pac. He told the engineer to erase it”

Back in September 1995, 2Pac was planning his fifth solo album, at the time called “Supreme Euthanasia”. One of the songs included on it was a collab with Ice Cube and Coolio, produced by Battlecat “Til I C L.A.”. While the song never came to life and to this day only exists as an idea, 2Pac and Coolio finally did get a chance to collaborate. In our exclusive interview, the author of “Gangsta’s Paradise” remembers their legendary studio session and explains why the song they did ended up getting erased…

Here you can also see the full interview with Coolio, where he looks back on his third solo album “My Soul” 20 years after its release, goes in-depth about the struggles and conflicts with his label Tommy Boy during those years (plus label’s shady politics), and explains the reasons why his career slowed down in a big way after “My Soul”. El Cool Magnifico also shares the backstory of creating his megahit “Gangsta’s Paradise” and talks about his relationship with L.V…

 

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