Let’s Chip in For a Biggie Hologram

Monday, April 16th, 2012

MTV spoke to a guy from the agency that created the ‘Pac hologram for Coachella and as it turns out, it’s not as astronomically expensive as you might think. You’d guess what, millions right? To raise somebody from the dead and have them perform a song they never performed during their lifetime? Well, while Nick Smith of AV Concepts wouldn’t speak on what they charged for ‘Pac’s likeness, he did say that they can do pretty much anybody for between $100,000 and $400,000. So I’m thinking we could probably get a nice package deal for Biggie, Pun and Big L and then turn around and sell out MSG no problem. Since they already have ‘Pac on file, we could probably book him for cheap.

We could even call it the “Life After Death” Tour.

What do you think, too soon?

Previously: Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg & 2pac – Live @ Coachella 2012

Crooked I – Dear Tupac (A Letter to Pac) (Komplex Remix)

Tuesday, June 16th, 2009

Crooked wishes he could have done something new for this year’s birthday, but he was in NYC promoting Slaughterhouse and couldn’t do anything. Komplex remixed the a cappella of Crooked I’s “Dear Tupac” from last year which was over the “Straight Ballin'” beat.

Crooked I – Dear Tupac (A Letter to Pac) (Komplex Remix)

Happy birthday to Pac.

Previously: Blender: Tupac is the Most Overrated Artist Ever