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Holler If Ya Hear Me - Broadway

Kenny Leon directs this new musical inspired by the work of Tupac Shakur.

Holler If Ya Hear Me Star Saul Williams Doesn't Think Colbert is Racist (Or Does He?!) in Hilarious Interview

Holler If Ya Hear Me Star Saul Williams Doesn't Think Colbert is Racist (Or Does He?!) in Hilarious Interview
Saul Williams

Stephen Colbert is on a Broadway bender! After having Audra McDonald on to perform a couple of signature tunes from Lady Day, slam poet and Holler If Ya Hear Me star Saul Williams stopped by The Colbert Report on May 1. He discussed his work as a spoken word artist as well as talking about the upcoming tuner, which features the music of the late rapper Tupac Shakur. Williams who, as we learn, did not have to beat out a hologram Tupac for the role, explains that while the musical is not biographical, “the story is now; the music is Tupac.” He continues, saying, “Tupac’s music was made for this.” Take a look at the hilarious interview below, and learn how Colbert "has done more to end racism than Barack Obama."

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