Tupac Lives On In This Sad And Nostalgic Holographic Performance

Tupac Lives On In This Sad And Nostalgic Holographic Performance

Raise your hand if you miss Tupac. I certainly do. Fortunately the West Coast genius lives on in more than just memories and conspiracy theories of him still being alive.

Proving just how iconic a rapper he was, the popular California-based music festival — Coachella — featured this hologram version of Tupac performing one of my favourites, “Hail Mary”, before Snoop Dogg gets on the stage to join him in concert. Snoop looks like he’s having fun, but I can’t imagine how weird a feeling that must’ve been.

It’s a little creepy and a little sad, but definitely not a new idea.


  • I really do hate to be ‘that guy’, but shouldn’t this be at gizmodo or something instead? OH WELL!

    • If you didn’t say it, I would have. If this were any artist, you would have had half a dozen other people making a comment about how this isn’t remotely game related. Kind of annoys me that only one person bothered to say anything actually.

  • That would of been something to see, 2Pac was a fantastic performer (though I doubt a hologram could really capture that). But It’s not a hologram is it? Wouldn’t it be closer to a projection?

  • Tupac was lame, Biggie was the best, and will be for all time. Even now people go on and on about Jay Z but he just repeats himself all the time and sounds lazy.

    B.I.G. fo life word up.


    It’s been 15 years and 15 posthumous albums (okay maybe not that much).

  • Holy crap I just realised how riduculously terrible it would be if a Lennon or Harrison hologram was ever done.

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