It’s literally a tease when we watch a hologram performance for a measly five minutes. While the moment is euphoric and hard to grasp, we always are left to ponder what if we watched Tupac perform a bit longer at Coachella? What if ODB had way more time to perform at Coachella with Wu-Tang? These thoughts pervade our minds as hip-hop junkies. If we had one chance to watch our favorite artists who passed away return in hologram form for an entire concert, imagine how amazing that would be.
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We were fortunate to see Tupac’s hologram come to light in 2012, when Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg surprised everyone during their Coachella performance. The result? Incredible. Now, imagine we had Pac perform his own set for an entire concert length. “Hail Mary,” “I Get Around,” “Changes,” “Keep Ya Head Up,” and more would satisfy anyone’s hunger.
The Notorious B.I.G.
We’re all salivating to see Big one day appear in hologram form. Imagine he returned with all of his splendor and performed side by side with the likes of Puff, The Lox, Junior Mafia, and JAY Z. A performance of “Brooklyn’s Finest” would be amazing.