N.W.A. made an appearance on the Arsenio Hall show in 1990 and performed “100 Miles and Runnin'” after a brief interview regarding police treatment of blacks.
Hangin’ With The Homies is collection of air fresheners featuring the faces of the dopest hip hop artists. We’ve got my boys Snoop, Tupac, Ice Cube, Eazy-E, and Dr. Dre. What would you hang in your whip? What do they smell like? I don’t know, but I would advise you not to get pulled over with one of these in your car. Buy them here.
From Yahoo!: Tupac died in 1996, three years before the first Coachella festival took place, but that didn’t stop him–or at least his bizarrely lifelike 3D image–from joining Dr. Dre onstage during Dre’s much-hyped festival finale this year.
About halfway through Dre’s 70-minute set, what appeared to be an actual shirtless Tupac appeared onstage, greeted the crowd with “What up, Coachella?”–and then traded rhymes with Dre’s co-billed Coachella partner, the flesh-and-blood Snoop Dogg, on “Come With Me,” “Hail Mary,” and “Gangsta Party.” Concertgoers at first seemed confused–the audience momentarily grew abnormally silent–and that confusion only increased when Tupac suddenly vaporized and vanished from the stage as quickly as he had materialized. All eyes were on him, so to speak, and then, POOF–‘Pac was gone.
Watch the haunting video here. Warning: Video has swear words.
The implications of holograms becoming commonplace scares the piss out of me. Will we ever have to say goodbye?
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