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"Tupac performing at Coachella"


  

          

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=A7SoPVDOllk

This is cool.

  

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N.E.R.D.
Apr 16th 2012
1
i like it, but its really strange too
Apr 16th 2012
2
Was just about to post this. It's creepy. as fuck.
Apr 16th 2012
3
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Apr 16th 2012
20
How did they do that?
Apr 16th 2012
4
deng Pac aint aged a bit!
Apr 16th 2012
5
Apparently Mariah Carey used it before to do 5 concerts
Apr 16th 2012
6
Mariah actually exists though
Apr 16th 2012
13
Same way he shouted out G-Unit on that Eminem produced album
Apr 16th 2012
16
don't forget about Gorillaz
Apr 16th 2012
26
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Musion_Eyeliner
Apr 16th 2012
12
I find repugnant on a instinctive level
Apr 16th 2012
7
Imagine the backlash of doing this with Harrison & Lennon
Apr 16th 2012
8
he's clearly lip syncing tho.
Apr 16th 2012
9
Naw there'll be other artists doing it soon, the technology
Apr 16th 2012
10
Nah, this was cool
Apr 16th 2012
11
what in thee fuck are you talking about???
Apr 16th 2012
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      Yep, said it all. I was like wait....am I missing something here????
Apr 16th 2012
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drank a fif of Hennessy, then haunt our enemieeeeeeeeeeeeees
Apr 16th 2012
14
lol.
Apr 16th 2012
40
This doesnt sit right with me really.
Apr 16th 2012
15
I'm torn with how I feel about this, but...
Apr 16th 2012
18
Also, they performed a song with him and Snoop, and not California
Apr 16th 2012
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      pac wasnt known to squash beefs
Apr 16th 2012
67
      RE: Also, they performed a song with him and Snoop, and not California
Apr 16th 2012
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           RE: Also, they performed a song with him and Snoop, and not California
Apr 17th 2012
75
afeni shakur must have signed off on this though, right?
Apr 16th 2012
17
$
Apr 16th 2012
19
Here's your answer (*SWIPE*)
Apr 17th 2012
76
Pac & Snoop should have formed a duo. Pac got down on that.
Apr 16th 2012
21
finally clean live video streams from Cuba?!?
Apr 16th 2012
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RE: finally clean live video streams from Cuba?!? - lol
Apr 16th 2012
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      Don't let MF DOOM get a hold of this technology
Apr 16th 2012
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           imposters cost less
Apr 16th 2012
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           HA
Apr 16th 2012
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           LOL i was just bout to say this
Apr 16th 2012
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           Awesome. n/m
Apr 16th 2012
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           Then he would be officially the most bitchmade ever...
Apr 16th 2012
42
Best comment I saw on twitter....
Apr 16th 2012
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i assume 2pac's hologram doesn't call dre a faggot
Apr 16th 2012
31
HA!
Apr 16th 2012
32
which sounds good except all dre had to do was show up
Apr 16th 2012
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Somebody really needs to get Suge's thoughts on camera ASAP
Apr 16th 2012
30
dear everybody: please don't let this become a trend
Apr 16th 2012
34
2pac's Hologram on twitter lol
Apr 16th 2012
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LMAO at these:
Apr 16th 2012
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RE: 2pac's Hologram on twitter lol
Apr 16th 2012
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^^^
Apr 16th 2012
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i love you technology....where's nates performance tho?
Apr 16th 2012
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The Nate performance was just to pictures of him
Apr 16th 2012
48
save that money and give it his Family
Apr 16th 2012
52
diddy is somewhere pissed he didn't think of this 1st
Apr 16th 2012
39
Prog. Pac to Crip Walk was a bit too much...
Apr 16th 2012
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That was pretty dope....
Apr 16th 2012
43
They can't do this for Week 2...
Apr 16th 2012
44
I was wondering about that too...
Apr 16th 2012
45
Wait, WTF, there's a week two?????
Apr 16th 2012
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      yup.
Apr 16th 2012
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looking like a NBA2k12 player animation...
Apr 16th 2012
46
DOOM prolly somewhere laughing maniacally
Apr 16th 2012
50
Seem weird They do this when he was at odds with both of them
Apr 16th 2012
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RE: Seem weird They do this when he was at odds with both of them
Apr 16th 2012
55
uh easy was different they came up together and was friends
Apr 16th 2012
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LMAO...the Outlawz can't afford to make a hologram sticker of Pac
Apr 16th 2012
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      I"m saying they wouldn't be beefing but they wouldn't be friends
Apr 17th 2012
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      Speculative angle and unresolved beef aside...
Apr 17th 2012
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RE: Tupac performing at Coachella
Apr 16th 2012
54
2pac looks like he grew a couple inches
Apr 16th 2012
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      Been hittin the weight room w/Dre apparently..
Apr 16th 2012
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I thought it was phat and have no issue with it and further uses
Apr 16th 2012
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Yo, this dude just said "Phat" though
Apr 16th 2012
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lol
Apr 17th 2012
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Emma Frain... damn... n/m
Apr 17th 2012
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I knew some of y'all would be negative about it, but this shit was great
Apr 16th 2012
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the last Important Rapper
Apr 17th 2012
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RE: Tupac performing at Coachella
Apr 17th 2012
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Annnnnnnd they're taking Pac on Tour.... *swipe*
Apr 17th 2012
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Just read that on Pitchfork
Apr 17th 2012
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this was my favorite photo of the event
Apr 17th 2012
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As one of the few Pac stans here...I have to remind you all
Apr 17th 2012
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well said-never heard about him going at shock though
Apr 17th 2012
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It wasn't a public thing from what I recall
Apr 17th 2012
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Agreed.
Apr 17th 2012
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IT wasn't a surprised it was widely reported
Apr 17th 2012
85
A little bit of sadness & weirdness 4 me!!!...
Apr 17th 2012
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diddy could do a whole biggie and friends tour
Apr 18th 2012
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RE: Tupac performing at Coachella
Apr 18th 2012
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i wonder if Coachella got a ghetto.
Apr 18th 2012
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an error in judgement
Apr 18th 2012
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Haha - what? How so?
Apr 18th 2012
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2. "i like it, but its really strange too"
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divided we fall

  

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3. "Was just about to post this. It's creepy. as fuck."
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20. "^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^"
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4. "How did they do that?"
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I really want to read about the technology and whatever else went into this. Crazy shit.

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5. "deng Pac aint aged a bit!"
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he musta been hitting the gym up too lol

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6. "Apparently Mariah Carey used it before to do 5 concerts"
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at the same time around the world. I can see this technology being used by every band with a dead member or even Vegas having Frank Sinatra concerts. I mean they've been doing commercials with dead celebs for years lol

  

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13. "Mariah actually exists though"
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It makes more sense to me that they could project her elsewhere as she performs. The hologram part of this is fascinating too, but I also want to know how the fuck they created a 3-dimensional Pac and made him shout out Coachella.

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16. "Same way he shouted out G-Unit on that Eminem produced album"
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Nothing new.

As far as the hologram it's the same as the Mariah Carey technology just mixed with CGI. I assume they did like the Gollum from LOTR where they have someone with sensors all over their body mimicking his moves.

  

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26. "don't forget about Gorillaz"
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that performance at the grammy's with Madonna

  

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Same as the Gorillaz technology
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7. "I find repugnant on a instinctive level"
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8. "Imagine the backlash of doing this with Harrison & Lennon"
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Just goes to show you that hip-hop artists are treated like second-rate
artists in America. The whole performance makes me squeamish, like
*this* is what this man's legacy adds up to? I'm not a huge fan of Pac,
but I feel outright offended by this shit.

  

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9. "he's clearly lip syncing tho."
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lol nah but for real, i didnt find this freaky but now that you mention they would never do this with any other artist, and how they treat rap artists as second rate i can definitely see that.. it is pretty disrespectful.. i wonder who's idea this was...

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10. "Naw there'll be other artists doing it soon, the technology"
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is just new. Mariah Carey did it but obviously it's different since she's alive. But I mean the music industry has been building towards this for years. What's the difference between this and Nat King Cole/Natalie Cole duet? Or The Doors or Queen going on tour with a new singer pretending to be the dead one. I can definitely see Vegas doing stuff like this. Start with ppl like Judy Garland or Frank Sinatra and go onward from there. Ppl just want to experience things as a collective, most don't really care if they're alive. It'd just be better if they were

  

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11. "Nah, this was cool"
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I for one thought it great. They pulled it off nice. And get over it, zapa plays zapa does this with footage of frank taking solos in the middle of songs. Why the hell not do it.




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47. "what in thee fuck are you talking about???"
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>Just goes to show you that hip-hop artists are treated like
>second-rate
>artists in America. The whole performance makes me squeamish,
>like
>*this* is what this man's legacy adds up to? I'm not a huge
>fan of Pac,
>but I feel outright offended by this shit.

First off, it was Dre's idea... It's not like it was some record execs idea... it was Dre's... I'm pretty sure Dre doesn't look at hip hop artists as "second-rate artists in America."

Second, what does this have to do with his legacy?? As if those remix albums fucked with his legacy... This hologram shit was dope... The fact that people got excited about it just shows how much people loved him and his music... and still do...

and there wouldn't be any backlash if they did this with the Beatles... But it would obviously be much different... Pac died young and they brought him back how he looked when he died... What age would you bring John Lennon back, or George Harrison?? There would be way more factors... So that comparison you made was pretty dumb...

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60. "Yep, said it all. I was like wait....am I missing something here????"
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14. "drank a fif of Hennessy, then haunt our enemieeeeeeeeeeeeees"
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40. "lol."
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15. "This doesnt sit right with me really."
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Dre is pretty much exploiting 2pac's popularity. They only worked on 2 songs while pac was alive, one of which he jacked from his album to put on his album (that never was finished).

I would be less annoyed by this if they had collaborated for several years and were big parts of eachother's careers. But it's not true. Dre is just aligning himself wiht Pac to make him look good.

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18. "I'm torn with how I feel about this, but..."
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>Dre is pretty much exploiting 2pac's popularity. They only
>worked on 2 songs while pac was alive, one of which he jacked
>from his album to put on his album (that never was finished).
>
>
>I would be less annoyed by this if they had collaborated for
>several years and were big parts of eachother's careers. But
>it's not true. Dre is just aligning himself wiht Pac to make
>him look good.

This ain't the reason. No matter how many songs they worked on, Dre was a big part of why Pac signed with Death Row and he and Suge made the mutual decision to get him outta jail and sign him. Whether or not they worked on multiple songs is irrelevent. Dre played a huge role in Pac's getting his career back on track and aligning himself with the label.

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61. "Also, they performed a song with him and Snoop, and not California"
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Love as folks thought they would...all Dre did in the show was say "what up Pac???"

That shit was 16 years ago, if Pac hadn't been killed I'm PREEEEETTY sure that they woulda squashed the beef

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67. "pac wasnt known to squash beefs"
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68. "RE: Also, they performed a song with him and Snoop, and not California"
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i mean i dont even really take that whole beef between them all that seriously because had pac not died, he probably wouldve wanted out of Death Row eventually as well.

but i feel like they never had much of a relationship. they were two guys on the same label for maybe a year (if that), they did a few tracks together (which again, dre took from him) and that was it.

Pac died and became a legend, and Dre re-writes history making their relationship seem to be more than what it actually was.

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75. "RE: Also, they performed a song with him and Snoop, and not California"
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>they did a few tracks together (which again, dre took from
>him) and that was it.

Weren't all their collabs on Tupac albums? And didn't Dre make the beats? How did Dre "take them" from Pac?


>Pac died and became a legend, and Dre re-writes history making
>their relationship seem to be more than what it actually was.

Hahaha - uhhhh, no he doesn't. Rarely do you hear Dre talk about Pac. And never does he act like they were best friends. But they did work together and were on the same label, no matter how short lived. So, since Dre has the money and ability to pull off a move like this, he does it because he knows the fans will appreciate it and it will be huge. And it was/is. And what did Dre do during this whole "performance"? Said "What up Pac!" then stood on the side of the stage and let Snoop take over. He didn't say another word nor even show his FACE at midstage.

I wouldn't say he overdid it.

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17. "afeni shakur must have signed off on this though, right?"
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76. "Here's your answer (*SWIPE*)"
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http://music.msn.com/music/article.aspx?news=721488&fb_source=message

Tupac's mom 'thrilled' with hologram performance
April 16, 2012, 3:09 PM EST

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Tupac Shakur's mother has applauded Snoop Dogg and Dr. Dre for including her late son in their showstopping Coachella festival finale in California on Sunday.

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The rap heavyweights wowed fans during their headlining slot by sharing the stage with a hologram of the slain hip-hop hero -- and like many fans, Tupac's mother Afeni Shakur was more than a little impressed as she watched the concert footage live online.

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A rep for Afeni tells TMZ.com she gave Dre and Snoop permission to incorporate her son and his music in their live set and the rap producer agreed to donate a substantial sum to the charity she set up in her son's name in return.

The rep says, "She was absolutely positively thrilled with Tupac's virtual performance."

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21. "Pac & Snoop should have formed a duo. Pac got down on that."
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22. "finally clean live video streams from Cuba?!?"
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for real this is kinda creepy and corny to me.
i sure don't want to go to concerts to see holograms of people, especially if they are dead.

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23. "RE: finally clean live video streams from Cuba?!? - lol"
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24. "Don't let MF DOOM get a hold of this technology "
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25. "imposters cost less"
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''i went from bashful to asshole to international''- CdoubleO

  

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27. "HA"
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29. "LOL i was just bout to say this"
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36. "Awesome. n/m"
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42. "Then he would be officially the most bitchmade ever..."
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http://twitter.com/phenompyrus

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28. "Best comment I saw on twitter...."
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..."Oh sure Dre can bring Tupac back from the dead but can't release DETOX?"
I'm not even a fan of the dude, and that shit kinda gave me chills.

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31. "i assume 2pac's hologram doesn't call dre a faggot"
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and call him out on his beatjacking and how lazy he is.

  

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32. "HA!"
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33. "which sounds good except all dre had to do was show up"
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it's not like he made the hologram.

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30. "Somebody really needs to get Suge's thoughts on camera ASAP"
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that's gonna be pure comedy.

  

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34. "dear everybody: please don't let this become a trend"
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Jesus Christ

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35. "2pac's Hologram on twitter lol"
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https://twitter.com/#!/HologramTupac

  

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49. "LMAO at these:"
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Yo @PRODIGYMOBBDEEP... Heard you mad homo now. Or did somebody hack ya boys Twitter? #PictureMeTrollin

You all listenin to a mumblin midget talkin bout spaceships & some chick from Degrassi? Fuck @LilTunechi. Fuck @drake! HOLO > YOLO

I'm about as transparent as that fucking Wiz Khalifa's corny ass lyrics. #HitemUp

  

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51. "RE: 2pac's Hologram on twitter lol"
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thats a damn shame, somebody got that up quick, AND got more followers than me lol

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37. "^^^"
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this is the beginning of the end

  

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38. "i love you technology....where's nates performance tho?"
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48. "The Nate performance was just to pictures of him"
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...and was a much more beautiful tribute.... if you over look that the song that it was set to was "AIn't No Fun" lol

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52. "save that money and give it his Family"
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nate Dogg ain't getting 2pac money

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39. "diddy is somewhere pissed he didn't think of this 1st"
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i hear it cost 100k-400k to do.

http://www.mtv.com/news/articles/1683173/tupac-hologram-coachella.jhtml

The Coachella festival is a place where minds routinely get blown, usually due to an awesome set or a killer reunion from one of your favorite bands. But on Sunday night it was thanks to the ghostly re-appearance of West Coast rap legend Tupac Shakur. He materialized on stage alongside his old friend Snoop Dogg during a crowd-pleasing set by the Doggfather and Dr. Dre, which also featured appearances from Eminem, 50 Cent, Wiz Khalifa and Warren G.

The resurrection of 'Pac, who was murdered in 1996, would have been a face-melting surprise had word about the stunt not leaked out just a few days before the set. But the 100,000 or so fans who were on hand still couldn't believe it when Tupac materialized on stage to rip off "2 of Amerikaz Most Wanted."

"What up, Coachella?" the shirtless, pants sagging MC asked the crowd before bouncing into the classic single "Hail Mary."

"We worked with Dr. Dre on this and it was Dre's vision to bring this back to life," said Nick Smith, president of AV Concepts, the San Diego company that created the hologram. "It was his idea from the very beginning and we worked with him and his camp to utilize the technology to make it come to life."

Smith said he wasn't allowed to talk about the creative aspects of the production including how the hologram was able to seemingly perform the set in synch with Snoop and whether all the vocals were 'Pac's but he did say that his company has the ability to recreate long-dead figures and visually recreate them in the studio. "You can take their likenesses and voice and ... take people that haven't done concerts before or perform music they haven't sung and digitally recreate it," he said.

The hologram was the latest visual magic pulled off by AV, which is also behind the 2005 Grammys performance featuring Madonna and the holographic members of the Gorillaz, as well as holograms used in concert by Celine Dion and the Black Eyed Peas.

The Tupac hologram was several months in the planning and took nearly four months to create in a studio and though Smith was not able to reveal the exact price tag for the illusion, he said a comparable one could cost anywhere from $100,000 to more than $400,000 to pull off. "I can't say how much that event cost, but I can say it's affordable in the sense that if we had to bring entertainers around world and create concerts across the country, we could put in every venue in the country," he said.

The life-size Tupac was amazingly life-like, down to the late rapper's signature tattoos, Timberland boots, jewelry and movements, all of which were also recreated under the direction of Dre.

The hologram, of course, already has a Twitter page and more than 3,300 followers at press time. A spokesperson for Dr. Dre could not be reached for additional comment at press time.

  

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41. "Prog. Pac to Crip Walk was a bit too much..."
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Was he ever known to do that when he was alive?
Once this technology becomes more affordable, I can see this being extra annoying.

Just like posthumous songs putting artist who didn't like each other together.


But in an effort to not be too much of a hater, I'll add that this came out really dope!

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43. "That was pretty dope...."
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I would've been trippin out if I was there...

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44. "They can't do this for Week 2..."
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Sooooo, Eazy E hologram?

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45. "I was wondering about that too..."
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I was thinking maybe a Nate Dogg hologram... Or maybe they'll have Pac saying different shit and performing different songs...

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62. "Wait, WTF, there's a week two?????"
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65. "yup."
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thought the same shit when i asked my friend what she thought about it. she was like, don't know, im going next week...

O_o

them dudes who organize it CAKIN'!!!!

  

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46. "looking like a NBA2k12 player animation..."
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50. "DOOM prolly somewhere laughing maniacally "
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he bout to CAKE

  

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53. "Seem weird They do this when he was at odds with both of them"
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when he died..I'll be more comfortable if it was the Outlawz or shit even Buckshot he was one of the last people working with pac before he died one Nation album.

The dude who call you a beat jacking faggot you giving him a hologram.

I wonder if Pac wasn't so loved and remembered like he is would dre still do that.

and that shit was just downright creepy..this the beginning of every movie where the computers and machines take over that's step 1 right there lol

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55. "RE: Seem weird They do this when he was at odds with both of them"
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>when he died..I'll be more comfortable if it was the Outlawz
>or shit even Buckshot he was one of the last people working
>with pac before he died one Nation album.
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>The dude who call you a beat jacking faggot you giving him a
>hologram.
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>I wonder if Pac wasn't so loved and remembered like he is
>would dre still do that.

You gotta think about this though, Dre was at odds when Eazy died, but he still loves him and has honored him at different times... He knows at the end of the day, all this beef shit is bullshit...




plus, the Outlawz, or even Buckshot ain't got that HOLOGRAM MONEY! Whole lotta headphones sales went into to making that shit!

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59. "uh easy was different they came up together and was friends"
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2pac and dre was said to be complete opposites. Didn't Dre visit Easy in the hospital too before he died.

They say Dre was sorta mad that Suge basically just threw pac on Calforina love and put it on all eyes on me.

I don't see them as being really that cool to begin with Like if Pac didn't die they probably still wouldn't fuck with each other really.

Easy and Dre would have reconcile when he left Death row.

Outlawz got money tho they eating good off them pac records lol.

It was a great show tho and a moment everyone was talking about it so IT work great....

Radiohead still had the best show tho lol

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63. "LMAO...the Outlawz can't afford to make a hologram sticker of Pac"
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That was 16 years ago, you think they wouldn't have squashed it once Pac left Death Row? How many feuds in Rap have lasted more than 6-8 years?

Snoop and Daz beefed for a minute, Snoop and Dre had tension, Dre and Cube definitely had beef, etc etc. Only ones who never ever made up were Daz and Dre.

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73. "I&quot;m saying they wouldn't be beefing but they wouldn't be friends"
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or working together...They just seem like very different people and souls.

They would have mutual respect maybe but wouldn't be buddy buddy.

They probably wouldn't have made another record lol.

That hologram shit was dope tho and it has everyone talking so it def work and did its job.

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74. "Speculative angle and unresolved beef aside..."
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Using his likeness in such a manner is as disrespectful as the posthumous releases that altered and manipulated his voice. Let the man rest.

  

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54. "RE: Tupac performing at Coachella"
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A New Hope

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56. "2pac looks like he grew a couple inches"
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and put on some brolic weight while in purgatory ( or Cuba )

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57. "Been hittin the weight room w/Dre apparently.."
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You can really tell when "performing" next to Snoop..

  

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58. "I thought it was phat and have no issue with it and further uses"
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I don't like the beat anymore because its just a loop. ALC didn't FLIP IT ENOUGH!

Flip it enough? Flip these. Flip off. Go flip some f*cking burgers.(c)Kno

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66. "Yo, this dude just said "Phat" though"
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I haven't heard that in like 12 years.

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69. "lol"
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I don't like the beat anymore because its just a loop. ALC didn't FLIP IT ENOUGH!

Flip it enough? Flip these. Flip off. Go flip some f*cking burgers.(c)Kno

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72. "Emma Frain... damn... n/m"
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64. "I knew some of y'all would be negative about it, but this shit was great"
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Twitter went NUUUUUUUUUUUTS over the shit last night.

As for the whole "he can dig up Pac but can't make Detox"...y'all realize how much money he makes off headphones? And how much stress and creative juice it takes to make an album that can at worst be, um...classic? He'd rather scrap it and keep caking than do an album, and I'm not mad at him

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70. "the last Important Rapper"
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can't nobody get a reaction out of folks like Pac and folks know this.

ain't been nobody else like him since he passed.

this is something else and i expect a Michael Jackson type of performance and others.

Pac is more Alive than alot of these MC's out now.

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71. "RE: Tupac performing at Coachella"
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SHIT WAS STILL CREEPY

You slap the nigga(DRAKE) five n he gon moisturize ya palms nahmean!-BIG GHOST NAHMEAN!

  

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77. "Annnnnnnd they're taking Pac on Tour.... *swipe*"
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http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/04/17/hologram-tupac-tour-snoop-dre_n_1430798.html?ref=entertainment

Hologram Tupac Tour: Snoop Dogg & Dr. Dre Reportedly Want To Take Dead Rapper On The Road (VIDEO, POLL)

The Huffington Post | By Kia Makarechi Posted: 04/17/2012 8:10 am Updated: 04/17/2012 8:10 am

Tupac is still alive, maybe.

Tupac may be coming to a city near you. In a move that's unlikely to put rumors the late rapper is still alive to rest, Snoop Dogg and Dr. Dre are considering taking the hologram that performed at Coachella on tour, WSJ reports.

The two rap heavyweights were pleased with the hologram's performance Sunday, as the rebirth of one of the most beloved rappers of all time became the most buzzed about incident of the entire weekend.

The Wall Street Journal article also notes that the projection of Pac isn't a true hologram, as its a 2D image. Digital Domain, the company behind the performance, also did the Oscar-winning visuals in "The Curious Case of Benjamin Button." For the Coachella performance, they used a technique originated in 1862, in which an image is bounced off of the ground onto an invisible screen.

On Sunday, Tupac really appeared to be on the stage, rapping along to "2 Of Amerikaz Most Wanted" and "Hail Mary" and name checking Coachella while hyping up the audience. When Snoop Dogg appeared on stage beside the rapper, the Tupac image would turn to him and gesture in his direction.

Judging from the comments section on our post on the performance, many viewers were blown away by the realistic nature of Pac's mannerisms. One common criticism, however, was that the projection was about as tall as Snoop Dogg, when Tupac was much shorter than Snoop in real life.

Sources in the Journal article said that Dr. Dre had a "massive vision" for Pac's projection. Both an arena tour and a more intimate, club tour were being considered at the time of this writing.

The "hologram" already has its own Twitter account, so perhaps it can keep us updated on its tour dates there.

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82. "Just read that on Pitchfork"
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highly doubtful that will happen though........

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78. "this was my favorite photo of the event"
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http://a2.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc7/470096_10150674704326451_599456450_9427414_1931162351_o.jpg

  

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79. "As one of the few Pac stans here...I have to remind you all"
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that Pac actually did have a history of squashing beefs.

Arsenio.

The Jones family (I mean he called out the entire family, then ended up engaged to Kidada)

Going at Shock for not giving him good beats

The confirmed Nas story

etc, etc

Pac had a big mouth and a short fuse- he admitted this.


I think people are taking this a little too seriously.

It was actually pretty cool of Dre.

Pac is going to sell more records off this than Dre is.

Pac is being talked about again (do you know how many people hit me up on this topic? haha)

It was a surprise- Dre didn't sell more tickets off this.

2Pac has been gone since 1996...and he is THE story of Coachella.




My only concern is that it is going to turn into a gimmick. I really hope they don't go on tour, because that would be too much.

Overall cool moment, got people talking again, hopefully some youngins go out and buy some Pac records...



  

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80. "well said-never heard about him going at shock though"
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tell us more.

“So back we go to these questions — friendship, character… ethics.”

  

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83. "It wasn't a public thing from what I recall"
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I think it was in some Shock G interview where he revealed around the making of Strictly Pac was going off on him in the studio for not giving him better beats..."hits" or whatever

The result was I Get Around...

  

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81. "Agreed."
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85. "IT wasn't a surprised it was widely reported"
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people was saying Nate dogg was getting one 2.

I see what you saying I really do hope this is just a special one time thing...I really hope it doesn't become a tour...I fear it will tho since he saw the response he got.

Yea like I said I'm sure they wouldn't be beefing but I dont think they would be working or tourin together either they seem like opposites and seeing pac work ethic they only did 2 songs together and one of them was one Suge Made dre put Pac on the record and give it to em. One of the reasons DRe left to beging with isn't it?

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84. "A little bit of sadness & weirdness 4 me!!!..."
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but I guess it's like back in the good ol' days when everybody was burning candles and Thomas Edison flicked on the first light bulb!!! A revelation, the dawning of a new day!!!

I think we better get used to it, a new beginning!!! I hear they are taking the act on the road so we gotta get used to it...

I liked the performance !!!


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86. "diddy could do a whole biggie and friends tour"
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or wu-tang could tour with ODB

DITC with big l

we could have a whole industry dedicated to dead rappers

  

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87. "RE: Tupac performing at Coachella"
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Dont care if late..

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88. "i wonder if Coachella got a ghetto."
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89. "an error in judgement"
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90. "Haha - what? How so?"
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It's getting like...97% positive reviews/reaction and his own Moms signed off on it.

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