Tupac Shakur may be gone, but he's still winning awards. Actually, his hologram won the prestigious Titanium and Integrated Lions Award at the Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity. The event, which is a neighboring awards ceremony to the Cannes Film Festival, honors achievements in advertising/digital production.
In this list of the Top 10 Summer Hip-Hop Videos, we are showcasing rappers' fun summertime clips. Everybody loves the warm season. During these warmer months, people head to the beach for some fun and sun -- but hip-hop's biggest artists do things on a much larger scale.
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.
The holographic image of Tupac Shakur performing at the Coachella Music Festival was not only amazing, it was a little creepy, too. But Tupac wasn't the only guest who gave a helluva show during Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg's entertaining set. Hip-hop heavyweights Eminem, 50 Cent, Kendrick Lamar and Wiz Khalifa rocked the mic as well.
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 thr
The old past time of trading baseball cards has gone to a new level thanks to trading-card company Platinum League. The company is releasing its "first-ever interactive hip-hop trading cards" on May 1. Rap icons Snoop Dogg, Notorious B.I.G. and Tupac Shakur are among the 100 artists featured in the collection.