Year / Album / positions 1991 2Pacalypse Now...Gold 1993 Strictly 4 My N.I.G.G.A.Z.... Platinum 1994 Thug Life: Volume 1 (with Thug Life) Gold 1995 Me Against the World......2x Platinum 1996 All Eyez on Me.....9x Platinum 1996 The Don Killuminati: The 7 Day Theory.... 4× Platinum / Gold in Canada
Year / Album / positions 1997 R U Still Down? (Remember Me)....4× Platinum 1998 Greatest Hits... Diamond 1999 Still I Rise (with the Outlawz)...Platinum / Gold in Canada 2001 Until the End of Time.....3× Platinum /2× Platinum in Canada 2002 Better Dayz.... 2× Platinum / 3× Platinum in Canada 2003 Tupac Resurrection..... Platinum 2004 Loyal to the Game .....Platinum 2006 Pac's Life....
Library of Congress
Shakur's hit song "Dear Mama" is one of 25 songs that was added to the National Recording Registry in 2010. The Library of Congress has called "Dear Mama" "a moving and eloquent homage to both the murdered rapper's own mother and all mothers struggling to maintain a family in the face of addiction, poverty and societal indifference." The honor came seven days after what would have been Shakur's 39th birthday. Shakur is the third rapper to enter the library, behind Grandmaster Flash and Public Enemy.
In a 2005 Rolling Stones Magazine Vote, Tupac was named No.6 of the '100 immortal artists of all time' behind the likes of Elvis and Lennon.
MTV ranked him at No.2 on their list of The Greatest MCs of All Time.
Shakur was inducted into the Hip-Hop Hall of Fame in 2002.
Ranked No.3 on VH1's 50 Greatest Hip Hop Artists.
In 2003, MTV's "22 Greatest MCs" countdown listed Shakur as the "Number 1 MC", as voted by the viewers.
In 2004, at the VH1 Hip Hop Honors Shakur was honored along with DJ Hollywood, Kool DJ Herc, KRS-One, Public Enemy, Run-D.M.C., the Rock Steady Crew, and The Sugarhill Gang.
A Vibe magazine poll in 2004 rated Shakur "the greatest rapper of all time" as voted by fans.
At the First Annual Turks & Caicos International Film Festival held on Tuesday, October 17, 2006, Shakur was honored for his undeniable voice and talent and as a performer who crossed racial, ethnic, cultural and medium lines; his mother accepted the award on his behalf.
In 2008, The National Association Of Recording Merchandisers in conjunction with the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame recognized him as a very influential artist and has added him in their Definitive 200 list.
On Wednesday, June 23, 2010, Shakur was inducted to the Library of Congress’s National Recording Registry.
The seat of the Catholic Church released a list of 12 songs onto the social networking Web site's streaming music service. Among the artists included are Mozart, Muse and Dame Shirley Bassey; the list also includes Shakur's song "Changes", which was released two years after his shooting death on a greatest hits album in 1998.
His double album, All Eyez on Me, is one of the highest-selling rap albums of all time, with over 5 million copies of the album sold in the United States alone by April 1996; it was eventually certified 9x platinum in June 1998 by the RIAA.