It’s widely known fact that Tupac Shakur had enlisted Buckshot, Smif-N-Wessun and other members of the Boot Camp Clik to collaborate on an album titled One Nation prior to his death. Now, vintage footage of ‘Pac interacting with the Brooklyn crew has surfaced,

In a recently released video clip via Nah Right, Tupac can be seen greeting the B.D.I. Thug, Duck Down Records co-founder Dru Ha and other members of the Duck Down roster. In the video, ‘Pac briefly addresses the camera, saying that One Nation would be an album that unites East and West coast emcees.

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“We’re working on a new project called One Nation. It’s gonna be an East coast/West coast collaboration,” ‘Pac says in the video.

The footage was released by Tupac’s personal videographer Gobi M. Rahimi, who is currently working a film titled 7 Dayz which documents the legendary emcee’s final week before his untimely death in 1996.

Last year, Buckshot told DX that he was in the process of recording the spiritual sequel to Tupac’s Killuminati. Additional clips of Tupac recording music for One Nation can be seen over at Nah Right.

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