For fans of hip-hop, a rapper making the transition into acting comes as little surprise since virtually every aspect of his or her behavior on record, and on stage, qualifies as a something of a theatrical performance...
Kendrick Lamar is helping J. Cole build anticipation for his upcoming album release of Born Sinner. Cole World’s website released an interview with the Compton native, where he talks about his respect for Cole and his influences growing up.
Tyga resurrects Tupac Shakur on his new single 'Hit Em Up,' which also features Jadakiss. Produced by in-demand beatmaker DJ Mustard, the piano-driven tune is an original and not a remix of 'Pac's heated diss song of the same name.
Lil Wayne is mad as hell and he's not going to take it anymore! After getting kicked out of a Miami Heat game last week, Weezy expressed his feelings about the situation during a birthday party for YMCMB leader Birdman.
Some may be too young to remember this throwback tv classic in pop culture but those of us who do are surely excited! 'The story of Yo! MTV Raps' is set to hit VH1 Thursday, June 7 at 10 PM EST. They have also just released a teaser featuring Tupac and his beef with the Hughes Bros. in 1993.
Wait… what?! Yeah, you read that correctly. So many clever things are possible in the digital age. The late Tupac can appear at a concert via a hologram. The same hologram can also be shot and part of a faux newscast (thanks to antiquiet), delivered by one of the best in the business: Anchorman Ron Burgundy. You stay classy, Internet.
Not only was the Tupac Shakur Hologram a hit at the Coachella Music Festival, it also boosted sales of the late rapper’s posthumous albums. Buoyed by his virtual performance, Tupac’s 1998 album Greatest Hits returned to the Billboard 200 album chart for the first time since 2000.
The Tupac Shakur hologram (aka “Holopac”) made a return engagement at the Coachella Festival Sunday night (April 23), according to MTV News. Reactions have mixed about the virtual Tupac — some were amazed while others were spooked. Tupac hologram’s debut performance last weekend also sparked rumors of a major tour, including holograms of other late artists.
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