A representative for Roc Nation denies that any such acquisition has taken place.
As previously reported, however, there is new music and more on the way from Shakur, according to JAM Inc.'s Jeff Jampol, who oversees the late rapper's estate.
As the 20th anniversary of the Shakur's September 1996 death approaches, elements in the works include new apparel rolling out later in 2015, collections like a recent Grammy Museum exhibit showcasing his writing, and a biography by a "very serious writer" whose deal is being finalized, Jampol recently told Billboard.
Top of the list is the rapper's creative work -- "Almost an embarrassment of riches," Jampol says, listing "unreleased music, released music, remixes, original demos, writings, scripts, plans, video treatments, poems."
"Some of [the material] is in bits and pieces, some of it is complete; some of it is good, some of it needs work," says Loma Vista Records head Tom Whalley, who signed Shakur to Interscope in 1991 and has explored much of the archive. "But I think the work that is left can be completed, and is worth his fans hearing."