How much did Tupac hologram cost?
between $100,000 and $400,000
The hologram of Tupac Shakur that “performed” at Coachella with Snoop Dogg and Dr. Dre yesterday cost somewhere between $100,000 and $400,000, reports MTV News.
What is the Tupac hologram?
A holographic image of Tupac Shakur is seen performing during day 3 of the 2012 Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival at the Empire Polo Field on April 15, 2012 in Indio, California. They all packed in one room, where every single inch of the wall was covered with pictures of ‘Pac for inspiration and reference.
Who made 2pac hologram?
The hologram of Shakur was created by special effects production house Digital Domain, a spokesperson for Dr. Dre told MTV.
How does a hologram work?
One half of the beam bounces off a mirror, hits the object, and reflects onto the photographic plate inside which the hologram will be created. This is called the object beam. The other half of the beam bounces off another mirror and hits the same photographic plate.
What did Tupac Tupac Shakur rap about?
On his second record, Shakur continued to rap about the social ills facing African Americans, with songs such as “The Streetz R Deathrow” and “Last Wordz”.
What is Tupac’s A-1 about?
A–1. Archived from the original on August 25, 2009. Retrieved August 21, 2009. ^ In an English class, Tupac wrote the paper “Conquering All Obstacles”, which says, in part, “our raps, not the sorry story raps everyone is so tired of. They are about what happens in the real world.
Was Tupac Shakur a transcendental rap figure?
Even in death, 2Pac remains a transcendental rap figure.” Yet to some, he was a “father figure” who, said rapper YG, “makes you want to be better—at every level.” According to music journalist Chuck Philips, Shakur “had helped elevate rap from a crude street fad to a complex art form, setting the stage for the current global hip-hop phenomenon.”
What did Tupac say about overcoming obstacles?
^ In an English class, Tupac wrote the paper “Conquering All Obstacles”, which says, in part, “our raps, not the sorry story raps everyone is so tired of. They are about what happens in the real world.