2Pac’s Estate Celebrates His 1998 ‘Greatest Hits’ Album With New Merch

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BY JOSHUA ESPINOZA, PUBLISHED ON COMPLEX

2Pac‘s legacy lives on. Just weeks after releasing a collaborative Pac collection with Marvel’s Black Panther, the late rapper’s estate has come through with another round of merchandise in honor of his posthumously released Greatest Hits album.

The estate teased the drop earlier this week on social media, sharing a photo of the West Coast legend with a “1998” overlay and “Saturday 11/24.” The caption was equally as vague: “Sign up to be the first to know.”

Fans were quick to speculate about what was around the corner. Many were convinced new music was in store, as the estate recently settled a five-year legal battle over the royalties for Pac’s unreleased recordings. Shortly after the family secured the win, The Blast reported that they intend to release two to three posthumous albums “soon.”

Though it seems the projects are still in the works, fans will have to wait a little longer before they get their hands on them. In the meantime, Pac’s estate celebrates the 20th anniversary of his Greatest Hits album with a range of new products, including a vinyl re-issue, graphic hoodies, T-shirts, a strap-back hat, and more.

You can purchase the pieces now at Pac’s official webstore.