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Tupac Shakur Coachella Hologram reaches viral status in a single day
Tupac Lives -
Youtube viewers & many others worldwide just recently caught wind of a cool Coachellaconcert on April 16th. This awesome current event recently featured the late Tupac Shakur in rear form performance (Is this forreal?).
What was amazing about this show, it was a holographic display of sorts actually, with Rapper Snoop Dogg as his side kick, and the virtual Hologram of Tupac's full image being displayed for a huge crowd of over 75,000 fans.
What wasn't surprising, is the youtube video of the stunning showcase, it caught the instant attention of the online crowds of folks all across the web as well, with a whopping 3,280,675 views on its official Youtube channel release featured below in this hub, and there's many copycat derivative videos, also achieving over a million views a piece since yesterday's release on April 16th 2012.
Stunning Holographic Display -
The Tupac Hologram was amazingly accurate and life like, with enough special effects to convince some people who had no clue, that it could be mistaken for an actual true live person in the flesh, at first look.
Looking at the video could definitely make someone think twice that maybe Tupac could actually still be alive and breathing. Now for his many millions of fans and followers of years past, and still to this present day, he surely gave them a ghostly shock thanks to his pal DR Dre, who invested 1.5 million dollars into the making and staging of the event.
Video of Tupac's Hologram Contains Explicit lyrics - Parental Advisory
Tupac's Hologram video has Gone Viral!
Of course Tupac's ghost like hologram was set out to make the crowds of fans go wild, and so the production team added a drop of vulgar language as a Coachella trilling intro & was uncut/unedited. Also allowing the use of fowl language to be live as ever, just as Tupac himself was actually there on stage. (Parental Advisory)
Tupac was well known for his overly aggressive attitude when it came to tough rap lyrics, years prior to his untimely death back in the year 1996, and he's left a legacy behind him for many hip-hop artist to remember and to always think about, and so his many fans of all diverse races and cultures world-wide worship his style.
The famous song he began the show with was Machiavelli, which was one of Tupac's most successful rap songs, that helped pave the wave for his solo artist music career, but also was somewhat part of his demise as well in the rap industry itself, due to all the negativity associated with his life's premature end.
Viral - To attract massive visits or viewers or the likes to a single or multiple web locations at once in a very short period of time
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