Mopreme Shakur

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Mopreme Shakur is a rapper best known as a member of the group Thug Life


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Personal Details

  • Birthday: 1967
  • Nationality: American
  • Famous: Black Singers, Singers, Rappers
  • Group of people: Black Men
  • Nick names: Wycked
  • Siblings: Tupac Shakur
  • Known as: Maurice Williams

Mopreme Shakur born at

New York City, New York, United States

Birth Place

Mopreme Shakur was born as Maurice Williams in 1967 in New York City, New York, United States, to parents Sharan Harding and Mutulu Shakur. Four or five years after his birth, his father went on to marry Afeni Shakur, who had a daughter and a son, Sekyiwa and Tupac (who was later shot dead). As Shakur is a secretive person, nothing is known about his dating life to the media. Also, there seem to be no possibilities of him joining any popular social networking sites like Twitter, Instagram, or Facebook in the near future due to his reticent nature. However, Shakur’s fans can find more about their favorite rapper on Linkedin and Myspace.

Personal Life

Mopreme Shakur’s first recorded appearance was in 1990 when he worked under the alias “Mocedes” for Tony Toni Toné's single ‘Feels Good.’ His then collaborated with his brother and worked on the single ‘Papaz Song’ for the album named ‘Strictly 4 My N.I.G.G.A.Z.’. In 1993, Shakur, along with his brother and pals Macadoshis, Rated R, and Big Syke, formed the hip hop group Thug Life. The group released its only album titled ‘Thug Life: Volume 1’ on September 26, 1994. He was also a member of the music group The Outlawz but he later dropped out due to some disputes.


In early 2007, the American rapper released the mixtape ‘Black & Brown Pride’ with disc jockey and producer Assassin. After this, he got featured on the soundtrack of the film ‘Intoxicating’ alongside John Savage, Eric Roberts and Kirk Harris. Then in 2008, Shakur disclosed that he has become a consulting producer for the BET series American Gangster’s segment named ‘Mutulu Shakur and The Republic of New Afrika.’