Expect to see some surprise guests during Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg's headlining set at Coachella this weekend. No, not Eminem (although he is rumored to be making an appearance). According to reports, Dre and Snoop will be receiving aid from beyond the grave, courtesy of fallen rap legends Tupac and Nate Dogg.

Apparently 'Pac and Nate, who died 15 years apart, will be reuniting with their Death Row partners (sans Suge ... right?) in hologram form, to perform classics like "The Next Episode," "Regulate," "California Love" and more.

To make the reunion even more complete, the set will also reportedly feature Nate's Dogg Pound homeys Kurupt, Warren G and Daz Dillinger.

The hologram technology is said to be the same Mariah Carey recently employed to perform her live Christmas concert in five different European cities simultaneously.

For those hoping to catch Tupac's resurrection, but stuck home without a ticket to this weekend's festivities, YouTube is livestreaming the entire weekend. Pretty ill.


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