Nearly 17 years after his death, Tupac Shakur will finally get a star on the Hollywood Wall of Fame.
David Green, the Hollywood Walk of Fame committee chairman, announced Thursday (June 20) that the late rapper is the Walk’s honoree, along with other stars like Jennifer Lopez and Katy Perry.
Tupac Shakur will join Holland-Dozier-Holland, Rick Springfield, Cheryl Hines and more as 2014 inductees into the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
During his career, Pac released four albums before his tragic passing in 1996 at the age of 25, and 10 more released posthumously. Combined, he’s sold more than 75 million albums worldwide.
He was also a budding actor, appearing in films such as Juice, Above The Rim, Poetic Justice, Gang Related, Gridlock’d and Bullet — co-starring alongside Janet Jackson, Duane Martin, James Belushi, and Mickey Rourke.