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Tupac Hologram at Coachella

Posted: Apr 16, 2012


Tupac Shakur was resurrected this weekend for a performance at the Coachella 2012 music festival ... at least that's what it looked like thanks to the use of a hologram. In an act that both delighted and freaked out fans, his image and voice joined Snoop Dogg's Sunday-night closing act, rapping his parts in "Come With Me," "Hail Mary" and "Gangsta Party" just like he did when he was alive. That is, if he's really not alive anymore. (We're sure this will give people who think the rapper is still with us even more to work with.) Watch the performance here.


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