Two months after 2pac’s death, Death Row Records / Interscope Records released his first posthumous album “The Don Killuminati: The 7 Day Theory.” It was released on November 5th, 1996, one day before my 11th birthday. The album title combines the word “Kill” and “Illuminati” and the album is considered 2pac’s darkest content out of his entire musical catalog. The album was released under his alternative stage name “Makaveli.” It was said that he chose that name due to his admiration for the dictatorial leadership ideals presented in Nicolas Machiavelli’s political written work “The Prince.” “The Prince” is known for being in direct conflict with the dominant Catholic and scholastic doctrines of the time, particularly those concerning politics and ethics. It presents aggression and liberating activism side by side, which would have resonated with Pac due to the constant manipulation of and literal war against the Black community by way of Federal Government and those who control it.
The name of the album is interesting because back in 1996, “The Illuminati” was not a well known topic being discussed and studied by the general public. Death Row Records was owned by “Interscope Records.” Interscope Records is owned by “Atlantic Records" and Atlantic Records is owned “Warner Music Group.” Warner Music Group is owned by “Universal Music Group,” and Universal Music Group is owned by Geffen A&M. UMG (Universal Music Group) was created when PolyGram and MCA Music Entertainment merged. I think about the layers of fuckery existing here and wonder why they wanted to use this specific title. I ended up realizing that the name of the album connects directly to the gematria surrounding his death, which you will see at the bottom of this article. Since the Gematria lines up, we already know that the person or few people at the top of this music label pyramid.. coded all of this shit on purpose to fulfill some type of occult ritual.
Suge Knight and Andre Young (Dr. Dre) jointly invested $250,000 to build Death Row records. After Dr. Dre's debut album "The Chronic" was finally completed, it was put on hold for an entire year while Dre and Suge spent time locating the right distribution partner. They finally found the right distribution partner who had enough power and money to push the record label over the top, which ended up being Interscope Records. This was when Suge and Dre met Jimmy Iovine, who was the founder of Interscope records. Iovine founded Interscope Records back in 1990. Jimmy Iovine is a pedophile and a "big fish" in the music industry. He is part of the "Zionist" control structure, and the Zionists work in conjunction with and take orders from the Vatican Black Nobility, better known as "The Society of Jesus" or "The Jesuit Order." Iovine has been a well known figurehead in the music industry for years. He has worked with many of the top artists and talents in recent memory. In the early 1970s, Iovine became a recording engineer, working with John Lennon and Bruce Springsteen, among others. He is well known for working with Bruce Springsteen, Meat Loaf, Patti Smith, Tom Petty, U2, Stevie Nicks, Dire Straits, The Pretenders and others. In 1991, Iovine signed Tupac to a recording contract as one of the first hip-hop acts on the Interscope label. As I mentioned above, Iovine was also responsible for providing distribution, initial funding and financial oversight for the highly successful Death Row Records hip-hop label in the 1990s. Death Row operated as a subsidiary of his company Interscope, and was largely responsible for Interscope's initial platinum selling chart successes throughout the 1990s, which later launched the company into greater success in the 2000s with platinum artists like Eminem and 50 Cent. This dispels any rumors that Death Row Records was an organically owned, Black record label. For years rumors have floated around that Death Row was a Black owned label, but through much time spent researching, it's become apparent that Iovine and Interscope were always in control of Death Row behind closed doors.