Wednesday, April 18, 2012


It was only a matter of time. Next up a full concert for MJ, Whitney, Tupac, The Beatles, or some other deceased musician.

From MTV...
On Sunday, Tupac Shakur thrilled audiences at Coachella, which was rather notable, considering he's been dead since 1996. 
Of course, it wasn't actually Tupac who shared the stage with Dre and Snoop, but rather a hologram, one that cost nearly a half-million dollars to make. 
And while it wasn't the first time this level of trickery has been employed live Holo-pac represents something else ... something a tad more unsettling. Because, to the best of my knowledge, this was the first time anyone decided it would be a good idea to resurrect a long-dead music icon for the sole purpose of a performance. 
I'm willing to bet it won't be the last.

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