Tupac Shakur has been dead for over 15 years, but at Sunday's (April 15) Coachella Music Festival, the late rapper was resurrected for a rare concert appearance with fellow rappers Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg. The rap legend -- in hologram form -- was digitally recreated for Coachella, and it wowed thousands of concertgoers in attendance.
Hip-hop started out in the park with just two turntables and a microphone. Now it's a global art form. A film on the lyricism of hip-hop has been long overdue, which is why it's great to see that Ice T's self-produced documentary 'Something from Nothing: The Art of Rap' will hit theaters this summer.
Rumors are circulating about some surprise guests that are set to appear during Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg's performance at Coachella Music Festival. Reports are surfacing that late rappers Tupac Shakur and Nate Dogg will be resurrected for Dre and Snoop's headlining show through the magic of a hologram.
Snoop Dogg is a pretty laid-back guy, so you'd have to do something really bad for the rapper to label you as "cold-blooded." Well, those are the exact words the Doggfather used to describe reality star Kim Kardashian. The rapper recently hashed out his thoughts on the Kim Kardashian / Kris Humphries divorce drama and why he thinks it was doomed it from the start.
Rapper Snoop Dogg was recently busted for drug possession at border patrol in Texas this past weekend after a drug-sniffing dog discovered marijuana on his tour bus. Luckily, for Snoop, police issued him a citation and released him. But none of this would have happened if pot was legalized, right? Well, maybe.