Snoop Dogg and Dr Dre bring 2Pac and Nate Dogg back to life for Coachella

Posted on 15 April 2012
By Pierce King
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Snoop Dogg and Dr Dre are bringing the late great 2Pac and iconic rap singer Nate Dogg back to life for their Coachella show using the latest hologram technology and a swirl of weed smoke, no doubt.

The Aint Nuthin’ But A G Thang duo will resurrect friends for their headline set at the California desert festival and promised it will be one of the best hip hop shows ever.

The music world was plunged into mourning last year when Nate Dogg, the singer of rap’s most unforgettable hooks died after multiple strokes.

California Love star Tupac Shakur was shot dead in Las Vegas in 1996, many believe as a result of the bitter East vs West Coast rap feud.

The artists were all part of the West Coast crew who waged war with their East Coast rivals in the Nineties, which also saw Biggie Smalls shot dead.

Sources also revealed that Eminem and Warren G are also set to join Dre and Snoop for the biggest rap show in decades.

A Dogg Pound insider said: “Snoop and Dre are going to make this the greatest hip-hop show of all time.

“They want all the legends of the West Coast there – even those who have left us too soon.

“The hologram technology has to be seen to be believed.

“It’s going to be an incredible moment and one of the most talked-about festival shows ever.”