This video isn't long, but it is very telling.
But it's ok, Brit-Brit. Let those tears flow if you want! You deserve better!
Check out the sweet and emotional vid (above)!
[Video via Instagram.]
Tupac isn't the only long gone musical icon that is miraculously performing again. We just heard that Freddie Mercury is coming back
from the grave to the stage too!
Unlike Tupac's recent Coachella collaboration with Snoop Dogg, the legendary frontman of Queen will NOT be seen as a hologram, but rather "an optical illusion."
Hologram Tupac has definitely sparked a trend, because now it seems EVERY late star is going to
be raised from the dead undergo a hologram transformation!
This is all starting to get a bit CRAY!
Dr. Dre just brought our dreams to life and then … whoosh! Just like that, took them away!
So remember how there was an INSANE hologram of the late great Tupac performing at Coachella this year? After the show, there were rumors that Dr. Dre was planning on having a tour featuring the hologram, just like the good ol' days! (Well, sorta…)
Last night, Dre filmed a short video (above) and but a tamper on the the tour plans, saying:
Sorry, Dr. Dre!
Not everyone is a fan of the technology you used to create a 3D hologram of Tupac - but the reason why is a bit of a shocker!
Suge Knight has revealed that unlike many, who where blown away with the rapper bringing his late friend 'to life' during his Coachella set, he is furious that the people behind the illusion neglected to include his iconic Death Row Records chain!
In light of Dr. Dre's fabulously successful Coachella performance this past weekend, during which he 'resurrected' Tupac to perform alongside him via hologram technology, the rapper is already discussing what the next step is from that accomplishment in its own right!
And if he has his way, we're going to be seeing a lot more late, great icons returning from the other side to reclaim the stage!
We're predicting that this is the start of something BIG!
If U loved watching hologram Tupac Shakur perform live at Coachella this past Sunday, then you'll be pleased to hear that Snoop Dogg and Dr. Dre are considering going on tour with their old friend's digital likeness.
Despite dying over 15 years ago, the crowd's reaction and subsequent internet buzz proved that fans are still polarized by the iconic rapper's presence. Although we think concert goers will line up for the proposed show, the tour will be no easy feat for
This is freakin' incredible! Kinda creepy, but incredible!
Tupac Shakur was tragically murdered over 15 years ago, but it sure didn't seem like it on Sunday night at Coachella when the deceased rapper performed alongside Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg on the main stage.
The deceased rapper made an all-too-real appearance as a hologram to perform a mini-set that consisted of Hail Mary and 2 Of Amerikaz Most Wanted.
If you're a hip hop fan (or a really big music nerd), this is a MUST SEE performance, so ch-ch-check it out (above) and let hologram Tupac haunt your dreams!