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Resurrecting Tupac

%image_alt%First off: an apology. I’m sorry that I didn’t include Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg’s set in my Coachella viewing guide. Why? Because at the time of writing my viewing guide, they were not slated to be featured on the festival’s YouTube page. They were eventually added.

 

So if you weren’t following my viewing guide word for word (more likely: at all), you may have actually seen some pretty insane stuff go down. If you’ve been under a rock for the past couple of days, it’s perfectly understandable that you are unaware that Tupac is alive…kind of.

 

Dre and Snoop resurrected the fallen rap megastar/deity in the form of a mind-blowing hologram. The freakiest part was how life-like the hologram was. If you were any distance away from the stage, you may have thought it was Pac himself up there. And now there are rumors that the Tupac hologram will be hitting the road with Dre and Snoop once Coachella is over. I suppose if you’re going to invest in something, use it for more than two sets.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DQgrce1VflI

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