"Pac's Life" is a single by Tupac Shakur from his posthumously released album of the same name. Produced by L. T. Hutton, it includes guest appearances from R&B singer Ashanti and fellow AmericanrapperT.I. The second Tupac verse was recycled from a song titled "This Life I Lead". That song was released as part of the Pac's Life album in 2006. T.I. said in an interview that working on a Tupac song was an honor, as he idolized him while growing up. The song was a top ten hit in Ireland and a number 21 hit in the UK.
The original version of the song samples Prince's "Pop Life" and is a minute and 34 seconds in duration, with some speculating it might have been cut off when it was initially leaked. It first features Tupac's verse and Tupac singing the hook.
The video made its world premiere on the BET music network in the United States on November 22, 2006. The video was featured on BET's Access Granted, where viewers saw the process of filming the video for "Pac's Life". Both T.I. and Ashanti were featured in the long-awaited video, which was filmed at the Tupac Amaru Shakur Center for the Arts, in Atlanta, Georgia. The video premiered on MTV on November 28, 2006.