With news that famed director John Singleton would not be working on the long-promised Tupac Shakur biopic last year, there was a newfound void in the cinematic world attributed to the late great Compton rap artist. That void, however, was quickly filled by fellow former Tupac alum Gobi Rahimi with his recently announced documentary 7 Dayz.

The film will focus on the final week of Shakur's life in September 1996. Evidence of who killed Shakur is still, to this day, largely inconclusive, but it is led to believe that now deceased gang member Orlando Anderson committed the crime as an act of gang-related retaliation, according to a 2002 investigative report by Los Angeles Times journalist Chuck Phillips.

Rahimi describes the film on his website, saying; "an emotional 7 days that I sat guard over Tupac who was in an induced coma, riding the line between life and death. 7Dayz is the story of my experience at the hospital amidst death threats, undercover FBI informants and an uncooperative Police Department."

Rahimi's IndieGoGo fundraiser currently stands over $4,700 and hopes to earn over $300,000 for the project, which the director states will include some never-before seen footage of Shakur. Watch the trailer below.

The former partners worked together on various music videos, including '2 Of Amerikaz Most Wanted', which you can see here.