The Tupac Shakur hologram was such a big hit at the Coachella Music Festival that talks are underway to bring it on tour with Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg. The Wall Street Journal reports that reps for Dre and Snoop are figuring out the logistics to bring the virtual Tupac on a proposed joint trek.
Concertgoers at the Coachella Festival on Sunday (April 15) were no doubt surprised when a hologram of Tupac Shakur appeared onstage to perform with Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg. The late rapper's ghost was so lifelike it almost felt like he was there in the flesh.
Afeni Shakur, who is fiercely protective of Tupac's image and music, reportedly was pleased with how the virtual performance was done. According to TMZ, Afeni was "thrilled" with her son's performance of 'Hail Mary' and '2 Of Amerikaz Most Wanted' at Coachella.
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.
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.
After news surfaced that a Tupac Shakur sex tape existed, two porn websites are in a fierce bidding war to buy the rights to this alleged tape, reports TMZ. Although both parties haven't seen the actual footage, they are willing to go dig deep into their pockets to be the rightful owner of it.
A sex tape from Tupac Shakur apparently has surfaced and it's quite steamy if were are to believe TMZ. According to the gossip website, an XXX-rated tape purportedly features the late rapper receiving fellatio from a female groupie. The video is making the rounds in search of a buyer with deep pockets.
Artifacts of Tupac Shakur's personal manuscripts, song lyrics and video treatments are now available for viewing at the Atlanta University Center's Robert W. Woodruff Library. The Tupac Amaru Shakur Collection was unveiled at the library on Tuesday (Sept. 13) to commemorate the 15th anniversary of the late rapper's death.