As you may be aware, Black Lips once again proved their place at the forefront of cutting edge music culture at Coachella last month when they were joined by a "physical illusion" of Notorious B.I.G. for an unprecedented onstage collaboration, quickly bypassing the Tupac "hologram" (read: "non-physical illusion") standard set by Dre and Snoop the week before.
Luckily Noisy was there to document the event and interview the Black Lips shortly afterward about this trendsetting leap in music performance technology (among those following suit are TLC, Queen, and many more to come).
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