WWCD: What would Creed do?
As we all know, Creed is a band that is a fan of J.C. Tupac's thug lifestyle wasn't exactly the kind of thing that goes hand in hand with (arms wide open) Sunday services. He did, though, believe in the Lord above as evidenced by "Only God Can Judge Me," which we would love to see his hologram perform with Scott Stapp. It will take you higher. Promise.
Third Eye We're Really Kind of Blind
When you think of Third Eye Blind, you think "do, do, do, doo, do, doo, do, do" and you also think of crystal meth. There's no connection between Pac and tina, but he did sling some illegal substances at some point. The best part of "Semi-Charmed Life" is that children were singing about what they need to get through this life, and it was an amphetamine you inject into your ass. Pac could be veiled about his references too. When he sings, "I Get Around," he doesn't mean that he walks about everywhere; he means he sleeps around. Like has sex with a lot of people. (You're welcome for that explanation.)
Counting Crows as Biggie Stand In
Adam Duritz wrote a song called "Miami" that he should perform given that the metropolis is so near the site of SunFest. It is then that Tupac's hologram would whip out some "California Love." It'll be an East Coast/West Coast thing, but a peaceful one. Hopefully.
Girl Talk Tupac
Girl Talk has sampled Tupac. Why not just do a whole Makaveli mashup? He could be there to sing along. It'll be how we want it.
It's hard not to like Pitbull. Maybe his lyrics are a little simple and his songs too radio-friendly, but he's always dressed to impress in his little suits, and he's repping the 305 like no other right now. His most popular song, and maybe his best tune, is "Culo" (Culo! Makes you want to say it again, right?). Maybe he and Pac can do "Fake Ass Bitches," replacing ass with culo. Just a suggestion.
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