Rapper Snoop Dogg prepared a surprise for his audience at the show he did this weekend, during the Coachella music festival in the USA. Suddenly, without a shirt, tattooed and with his already known attitude, none other than Tupac Shakur “came back to life” to send some rhymes. Of course, there was no resurrection at all: it was a rapper holography, releasing its sound again to the crowd.
Upon taking the stage, the 3D hologram of one of the greatest rappers, who died in 1996, even sent a “What’s up, Coachella?”. Then, it attracted the attention of the crowd by singing some songs with an impressive performance: it really seemed that the singer was there, in the flesh, due to the reality of the hologram.
(Tupac Shakur, one of the greatest rappers of all time. The artist died in 1996 in the middle of a shooting in Las Vegas, USA)
During the show, Tupac’s hologram interacted in a synchronized and real way with Snoop Dogg, calling the audience to sing excerpts from the songs.
(Hologram of rapper Tupac Shakur at the Coachella festival in California, USA. Would you say the singer is real?)
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