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How Virtual Reality Is Redefining Live Music

In 2012, thousands watched as the hologram of a shirtless Tupac performed “2 of Amerikaz Most Wanted” live alongside Snoop Dogg at Coachella. To the dismay of many, this wasn’t the game-changing musical experience we thought it could be, and similar holograms of Eazy-E and Michael Jackson only firmed our desire to let the dead rest in peace. Videos of the events exploded on YouTube, but their popularity only brought more of the “uncomfortable” novelty to existing ticket holders, rather than broadening the audience or offering new options. ….[READ]