Wait… what?! Yeah, you read that correctly. So many clever things are possible in the digital age. The late Tupac can appear at a concert via a hologram. The same hologram can also be shot and part of a faux newscast (thanks to antiquiet), delivered by one of the best in the business: Anchorman Ron Burgundy. You stay classy, Internet.
Undoubtedly, the Tupac Shakur Hologram was the biggest spectacle at this year’s Coachella Festival. While it gave some people the creeps, others saw it as an innovative achievement for hip hop. However, there’s one person who didn’t like the virtual performance at all — Waka Flocka Flame.
The Tupac Shakur hologram (aka “Holopac”) made a return engagement at the Coachella Festival Sunday night (April 23), according to MTV News. Reactions have mixed about the virtual Tupac — some were amazed while others were spooked. Tupac hologram’s debut performance last weekend also sparked rumors of a major tour, including holograms of other late artists.
As we previously reported, the virtual Tupac Shakur that performed at the Coachella Music Festival on Sunday (April 15) was a 2-D image and not a hologram, which is in 3-D. Not that it made Tupac’s resurrection any less spectacular. In fact, it was clearly one of the most amazing performances at the three-day festival...
Tupac Shakur's hologram was a huge hit at Coachella, is Michael Jackson next in line? The Jackson's have an upcoming "Unity Tour, " and Jackie Jackson revealed that the family has been tossing around the idea for around two years now.
Last night I found myself up after midnight watching one of the coolest concerts that I have ever seen in my life. The craziest part is that I didn't have to pay for any tickets and I was on my couch. I was locked in like a giddy school girl as I watched Dr. Dre & Snoop Dogg's performance at Coachella via livestream online.