Weezy has had his head buried in the sand, and didn’t even know that folks reacted so strongly about him saying how he hated the Empire State. Head down bottom to see the video of him “not knowing.” Sure buddy. Read More
Hit-Boy touches on his next release as a producer turned rapper and how Outkast’s “Aquemini” has influenced him on his next song which also features Kid Cudi.
MTV got a chance to sit down with members of G.O.O.D. Music including Hit-Boy, Pusha T, Mannie Fresh, CyHi The Prynce, Common, and Big Sean to discuss Cruel Summer and G.O.O.D. Music as a whole as they continue to take the world by storm.
In case your wondering who’s the man behind 2Pac’s resurrection, MTV got you covered! Meet Nick Smith of AV Concepts, they interviewed him and here’s what he had to say:
“We worked with Dr. Dre on this and it was Dre’s vision to bring this back to life,” said Nick Smith, president of AV Concepts, the San Diego company that created the hologram. “It was his idea from the very beginning and we worked with him and his camp to utilize the technology to make it come to life. You can take their likenesses and voice and … take people that haven’t done concerts before or perform music they haven’t sung and digitally recreate it.
The Tupac hologram was several months in the planning and took nearly four months to create in a studio and though Smith was not able to reveal the exact price tag for the illusion, he said a comparable one could cost anywhere from $100,000 to more than $400,000 to pull off. “I can’t say how much that event cost, but I can say it’s affordable in the sense that if we had to bring entertainers around world and create concerts across the country, we could put [artists] in every venue in the country,”