Tupac Shakur Performs with Snoop and Dr. Dre Live from the Grave via Hologram at Coachella

This is crazy to watch. Technology is a helluva drug. What’s next and how will something like this be used on much bigger scale (I’m sure the technology has been used for years)?

Think of the possibilities in and out of sports. I’m conflicted with thoughts ranging from exploitation to innovation. A friend of mine just tweeted that his Mom approved and this was no different than Nat King Cole/Natalie Cole in Unforgettable. Do you agree? Here’s an explanation of how the idea was developed.

3 Responses to “Tupac Shakur Performs with Snoop and Dr. Dre Live from the Grave via Hologram at Coachella”

  1. eric daniels says:

    Reminds me of the Schwarzenegger movie a few years back, what’s next cloning dead entertainers. This is kind of eerie, would you want to see the Beatles , Doors or the Temptations resurrect their fallen comrades for a hologram concert ? It would make millions for the acts but think of the consequences.

  2. Ron Glover says:

    I need to see Bob Marley!

  3. TheLastPoet says:

    I’ve thought about this. But rather than bore you with some drawn out argument on occult theories and mega-rituals, suffice it to say that I’m not with this particular version of Tupac’s resurrection, or any other entertainer for that matter.

    Let the dead rest in peace.

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