(AllHipHop News) Despite the cold case, the rapper’s friends are celebrating the annual #JackHistoryMonth, to pay tribute to the slain rapper.
The yearly event is spearheaded by Bay Area music distributor Thizzler On The Roof.
“The Jacka was a huge part of the Bay Area rap community. He was universally loved and respected, and a lot of people were personally affected by his music and his generosity,” Thizzler founder Matt Werner told NBC News.
In addition to a tribute event, #JackHistoryMonth will also feature a 24-hour radio station featuring The Jacka’s music and interviews.
Police are still looking for the gunman who killed The Jacka, born Shaheed Akbar, on February 2, 2015.