Indeed I did wave my arms around above my head like the rest of those online after seeing Tupac rise from the grave at Coachella this year, performing with Dr Dre and Snoop Dog. Okay, it was a hologram. But holy shit wasn’t it out of this world? The coordinators made the right choice. Originally it was going to be a hologram of late great Nate Dogg, god rest his soul. At least it had the approval of Afeni Shakur. Imagine the rush of feeling you get from, whilst not the real thing, but seeing your son perform once again.
The performance also involved Eminem, 50 Cent and Warren G. Coachella did well then? It’s still up there with the Warped Tour for the festivals I want to dive into – which take place outside of the UK. Under the unforgiving California sun, you’d be able to leave your waterproof mac in your wardrobe.
Don’t go anywhere though, it is still 2012. Although it’ll be understandable to think otherwise. It was definitely nice for Kurt to leave us a parting gift before he passed. Apparently, he recorded a whole albums worth of tracks which have never before been heard by human ears. I can only guess on the size of the persons bank balance who finds it.