The late hip hop chorus singer known as Nate Dogg will allegedly be making an appearance at this year's Coachella in hologram form.
Dr. Dre has confirmed that he will project a hologram of the deceased crooner during his set at the festival as a special dedication to his contributions to the hip hop producer's music, according to TMZ.
The hologram of Nate Dogg will join the other performers that include rappers Snoop Dogg, Kurupt Warren G, Daz Dillinger and Dr. Dre himself. The planned effect will portray the deceased singer performing alongside some of his ex-bandmates.
A similar hologram technology was used during Mariah Carey's European concerts last year. The technology allowed her to perform in five different places at one time.
Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg confirmed that they would be performing at Coachella last year. Eminem is also rumored to be joining them.
Nate Dogg whose real name is Nathaniel Dwayne Hail, made his musical debut on Dr. Dre's 1992 album titled "The Chronic."
He was also a member of the controversial Death Row record label led by Suge Knight.
In 1994, Nate Dogg teamed up with long time friend Warren G and created his first hit single, "Regulate."
He also frequently worked with the late Tupac Shakur during his time at Death Row.
After his departure from Death Row Records Nate went on to work with a slew of popular hip hop artists including Eminem, 50 Cent, Fabolous, Ludacris, and Mos Def.
He also reunited with longtime friend Dr. Dre on his 1999 comeback album "Chronic 2001."
Nate Dogg died on March 15, 2007 after suffering multiple strokes, with one paralyzing the entire left side of his body.