HAF BAYKED wrote: »
people complain about everything i tell ya.....the man is dead and gone we all know this....but we still love his music...the hologram was like a tribute i feel like......he wasnt there, but everybody was able to look at him and rock wit him like he was.....tight as fuck to me....
watch diddy try to bring biggie back at his next birthday bash tho smh....
SuperstarCole wrote: »
Pro: He can't be hit with a rape charge
con: he can't shoot living cops.
semi-auto-mato wrote: »
pro: visuals to go along with music we love
cons: it has to be expensive
I will say that its not something we will see often because of the cost. only at large concerts like this one. i dont we see snoop on stage with a tupac hologram or jay on stage with biggie if they have to come out they on pocket for it
R.Greezy wrote: »
wheres the natedogg one
Monizzle14 wrote: »
here is the thing though.....with 5 to 10 more years of technology improvements it could cost a company less and there is a huge market for themed events of artists who have died or a group with members who have died. Them michael jackson cirque du solei and the beatles cover band rain and many other tribute bands get racks on racks on racks by doing these shows.
Now that this shit is shifting to hip hop its a whole new market of people to make money off. While now it will be only at special awards shows or big festivals i expect to see this shit more and more and years progress.
infamous114 wrote: »
There wasn't a Nate Dogg hologram...woulda been nice if there was one