Twopac is a New Zealand band that’s been around since 2002, and the band recently announced their debut album will be released on December 1.
This is the first time the band has released an album since 2007.
Their debut album, The First Time, was released in February 2017, and was a hit with critics and fans.
In January 2018, the band recorded their second album, God is Love, which is due out in 2019.
2pac’s second album is a celebration of the 20th anniversary of The First Holy Quranic Verse, and also contains several songs that have been in the band’s catalog since The First Verse.
The band’s album is called The First Quranic Ramadan, and features a variety of covers, including covers of songs from the First Verse, the Last Verse, Last Verses, and Quranic Verses.
2Pac’s cover for the album is an homage to the cover of The Last Versal Verse, which features a man sitting on a chair reading scripture and praying.
The cover is inspired by the Quranic verse, which reads: “Behold, the Lord God hath sent his Messenger with the message: “The last day is nigh.
“This is to remind the believers that God hath created the earth and the heavens, and He hath sent His Messenger with a message to the people of the world.”
The First Quran Ramadan was produced by Twopac, and will be available on their website for free.
In the video, two men sit on a bench reading Quranic verses.
The first verse reads:I have brought you a great gift, a Holy Quran.
It is the last day of the holy month of Ramadan.
It was revealed to you by Allah, the Eternal Lord, that you should fast from dawn to dusk, for it is a period of fasting and prayer.
In this day you shall not enter houses except to perform the ablution and when the sun rises, to offer the prayer.
Then you shall fast until sunset and offer the alms.
Allah is the Lord of the worlds.
Then comes the second verse: And the people who fast and pray and observe the sacred fasts and the holy days, the people from among the believers who fast during the day, they shall receive their reward.
And the last Verse is the most famous verse of the Quran, and it is: “Verily, I am with you during the night, but not during the Day.
So, whoever fasts the night of the day of Resurrection, and when he comes to the Day, he will be saved.
And whoever fastes the night after the Day of Resurrection will be put to death.
And Allah is Oft-Forgiving, Most Merciful.”