How Long Will They Mourn Me: Tupac Resurrection?

Tupac's story will always be controversial.  Learning of the artistically, talented, rebel's death came as a shock and great loss to millions of fans, friends and family worldwide. 
Numerous rumors began following his death and many were in denial that he was actually gone. 
Many of us did not want to lay Tupac's body, memory or spirit to rest.

Since his passing, collections of his music continued to be released along with his poetry and inspiring words of wisdom.

Some view Tupac as one who prophetized his own life and death. He often told us how he felt or what he thought through music such as; 'How Long Will They Mourn Me?' and 'Hail Mary'. Sadly Tupac didn't expect to live long and died at the early age of 25. 

Yet Tupac lives on through his work, words and soul....  

A soul so powerful that 16 years after his homegoing, one week after Easter; a Tupac hologram was resurrected in a performance at Coachella in California on Sunday, April 15, 2012. 
An event so surreal, you have to see to believe.
Who could have imagined; we would actually see Tupac perform onstage again? There is no question how much of a blessing technology is. 

It is rumored that Dr. Dre paid millions to bring this event to life. The creators have done an awesome job! Watch Snoop and Tupac's performance below. 
No matter how many times I watch it, it's still unbelieveble and very much appreciated. Salute Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, Coachella Production Staff, AV Concepts, & CG Factory.

Rest In Peace 
Tupac Amaru Shakur - June 16, 1971- September 13, 1996