Eazy-E & Ol’ Dirty Bastard Are Headlining The 2013 Rock The Bells Concert. You Know They’re Dead, Right?

A year ago, Coachella gave us a creepy/awesome/bizarre Tupac hologram performance for the ages. Even though the company that put on the hologram show has gone bankrupt, the Rock The Bells concert series is carrying the torch by featuring more hologram acts. This time, they’re giving us Eazy-E (who died in the 90s) and ODB (who died in 2004).

As always, Rock The Bells is going to have a million artists liiike: Big K.R.I.T., Black Hippy (Ab-Soul, Jay Rock, Kendrick Lamar, and Schoolboy Q), Bodega Bamz Bone Thugs N Harmony, Brother Ali, Chase and Status, Common, Curren$y, Danny Brown, Dilated Peoples, Dizzy Wright, Dom Kennedy, E-40 and Too Short, Earl Sweatshirt, Flatbush Zombies, Hit-Boy, Hopsin, Immortal Technique, Jhene Aiko, Juicy J, Jurassic 5, Kid Cudi, Lecrae, Mimosa, Prof, Rakim, Snow Tha Product, Supernatural, Tech N9ne, Talib Kweli, Tyler the Creator, Wu Tang Clan.

But the big attractions will be seeing the deceased rappers take the stage. I’d thought this would be a one-time thing with Tupac but alas. I personally can’t wait for the Elvis hologram so people can say he was the first artist to be hologramm’d after death. See what I did there? Wait for it…okay, how about this one. I see dead people! That’s current, right? Right. *moonwalks off the stage*

In the meantime, enjoy Pac’s hologram stylings.