Makavelli aka Tupac Shakur needs no introduction. Often called "The King of Hip-Hop," this legend was shot on September 7th, 1996 and pronounced dead six days later. Just about a month before he recorded his sixth studio album The Don Killuminati: The 7 Day Theory, which was scheduled to release in March 1997 but was released on November 5th, 1996 following Shakur's death.
When the album hit shelves it contained 12 tracks. The original version (called "The Don Killuminati: The 3 Day Theory) contained 7 more tracks but were cut for unknown reasons. Additionally 8 other tracks were recorded during the recording session of this album. Of these 14 tracks, some have been released in their original form, and some have been remixed and released. Out of these tracks two remain unreleased, and six have been remixed with their original form not being released. The unreleased tracks are Watch Ya Mouth and 'When Thugs Cry Interlude aka Hidden Track 12. The tracks that were remixed are Friendz, Killuminati, Niggaz Nature, When Thugz Cry, Catching Feelings, and Street Fame. Maybe these tracks will be released sometime, but it is unknown if they will be. Maybe if there is another posthumous album these tracks will be released in their original form, but it is unlikely.