ODB, Eazy-E holograms to perform

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Wednesday, May 15, 2013

MTV: The 10th anniversary of the Rock the Bells festival will feature holograms of late Wu-Tang MC Ol' Dirty Bastard and late N.W.A. member Eazy-E.

Eazy will perform alongside protégés Bone Thugs-N-Harmony, while ODB will join the reunited Clan for the first time since his death nearly a decade ago. It will be the Rock the Bells debut for Eazy, who died in 1995, and only the second time ODB will perform at the festival.

The holograms were reportedly approved by Eazy's wife, Tomica Wright and ODB's mother, Cherry Jones and they come two years after the idea of holographic performances by dead rappers became a possibility thanks to Tupac Shakur's virtual resurrection at Coachella last year.


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