We will see if this is the end of Tupac’s hologram.
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ALL I WANNA SAY IS DIS MOTHERFKER MADE MONEY OF TUPAC HOLOGRAM AND WE ALL KNW TUPAC DISSED HIM SEVERAL TIMES SO WAH KIND OF MAN IS DIS NIGGAH…. HE DID DAT SO HE CAN MAKE SOME MONEY OF IT… I GOT ALL THE RESPECT FOR DRE HES A DOPE PRODUCER BUT DAT DOSNT MEAN WE HAVE TO BUMP OUR HEAD EVERYTIME HE DOES SOMTHIN I MEAN WAKE UP PPLZ I LIKE DRE BUT DEEP INSIDE HIS HEART HE DONT GIVE A FUK ABOUT PAC HE DID DAT SO HE CAN EAT .. DATS ABOUT IT.. NOT OUTA THE RESPECT HE DID ..
I don’t believe it,
TUPAC’S HOLOGRAM IS ALIVE!!!!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QlGMyJZT6uk / SANCHEZ PARIS – CITY LIMITS / YOUTUBE!
Dre dont sound the same anymore
To answer this qtuseion, I need to ask myself why do I go to see a live concert versus just watching a video performance. Hmmm, is it the sound quality? Arguably, I never see a live concert for the sound quality. Do the artists provide good visual stimulation? Perhaps, with an elaborate light show, smoke, outfit changes, dancing, or the artists are just really attractive, the visuals are definitely a factor. How about the venue? A large outdoor/indoor concert with tons of drunk/drugged strangers all bonding over the love of music is certainly an experience. A smaller indoor venue usually provides a more intimate experience with the artist and the sounds quality is usually better. How about the personality of an artist? Does the artist interact with the crowd? Do they take time to tell road stories, jokes, and answer qtuseions from the audience? The level of artist interaction is definitely a factor. So can a hologram provide the live concert experience ? I think for large venues with lots of people getting drunk, I think holograms can provide that experience of bonding with strangers. I think for a more personal experience with the artist where the artist interacts with the audience (doesn’t appear scripted), then I don’t think holograms can offer that experience. I like to watch the expression of an artist as they sing. Are they passionate when they sing or are the simply singing words that they don’t feel ? I like to hear why an artist wrote a particular song. I love artists who take time to play requests from the audience and answer qtuseions. So no, going to see holograms would not be for me even if I was just looking for a large crowd experience. I see holograms being just a fad primarily catering to a younger audience because they fail to offer a human emotional experience that only live people can provide. Even if we could see Elvis or The Doors? What are you paying for? If you weren’t’ alive to see those concerts or too young, wouldn’t it be cool to know what it would have felt like? To have that experience, it takes much more than a hologram.