Tupac Hologram Inspires Future Celebrity Projections
My Nguyen April 26, 2012
Following the Tupac hologram performing 2 of Americaz Most Wanted alongside Dr. Dre at the Coachella Music Festival earlier this month, the resurrected rapper has inspired a legion of similar holographic icons to perform beyond the grave in a concert venue near you. Though still pending, these holographic projections include a long list of iconic musicians. Musion Technology Ltd., the people behind the holograms, has set their sights on a number of dead stars – from Jimi Hendrix to Michael Jackson and Whitney Houston, it might even be possible to witness Justin Bieber perform with Elvis Presley in the near future, reports NME.
According toTMZ.com, R&B group TLC is considering a reunion tour for this summer thanks to Musion. TLC is best known for their hits, Waterfall, Creep, and No Scrubs. The group broke up after the 2002 tragic death of Lisa Lopes in a car accident in Honduras.
Now with the latest development in 3-D technology, the surviving members of TLC, Tionne (T-Boz) Watkins and Rozonda (Chili) Thomas are reportedly planning a reunion tour in tribute to their late band mate and friend, says NYDailyNews.
The gossip site, TMZ also claims that five major cities have already been booked for the upcoming reunion tour this summer.
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