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Holler if Ya Hear Me, the Broadway play dedicated to the beats, rhymes and life of Tupac Shakur may be struggling in terms of ticket sales, but the cast isn’t going down without a fight.

The cast got to take their act to the primetime center stage as musical guests on Good Morning America earlier today, July 8. After an energetic introduction from Robin Roberts, a shot cut to a purple ’64 was unveiled as they launched into the most West Coast-tinged record Tupac had in his discography: “California Love.”

Despite positive reviews and an obviously enthusiastic audience on GMA, the Kenny Leon-directed ode to the rap legend may be in jeopardy of closing its doors for good. The New York Post ran a story last month stating how Holler If Ya Hear Me is the lowest grossing Broadway show currently out.

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