Busta Rocks Summer Jam With NY Legends
Richard Walters (born January 14 1965), better known by stage names Slick Rick, MC Ricky D and Rick the Ruler, is a rapper. , Big Daddy Kane Antonio Hardy (born September 10, 1968), better known by his stage name Big Daddy Kane, is a record producer/rapper from the Bed-Stuy section of Brooklyn, New York. He worked with artists including 2Pac, Big L, Biz Markie, Marley Marl, Public Enemy, Teddy Riley, Rudy Ray and the Wu-Tang Clan.
Rakim performed the classic “Eric B. Is President,” while Slick Rick told the crowd his “Children’s Story.” Big Daddy Kane performed “Warm It Up, Kane,” while Wu-Tang got the crowd hyped with their rousing cut, “Wu-Tang Clan Ain’t Nuthing ta F’ Wit.”
Busta, with a neck full of frozen water, brought out Missy Elliot, Rah Digga and Papoose to perform his live “Touch It (remix),” and later, he closed his set performing “Scenario” with Q-Tip.
Earlier in the show, the Academy Award-winning Three 6 Mafia Three 6 Mafia (formerly known as Triple Six Mafia) is an American hip hop group, consisting of two members. The group was formed in 1991 by DJ Paul, Lord Infamous, and Juicy J. They were later joined by fellow Memphis rappers Koopsta Knicca, Gangsta Boo, and Crunchy Black. explained to the crowd how Crunchy Black was replaced in the group by their Oscar Award.
Later, Ne-Yo and Remy Martin tore up the stage with a performace of “Feels So Good” and Jamie Foxx Jamie Foxx (born December 13, 1967) is an American actor, singer, and stand-up comic. Foxx is possibly best-known for his performance of musician Ray Charles in Ray, and for his collaborations with director Michael Mann. surprised the crowd by bringing out LL Cool J, who rocked the stage with “Headsprung.”
A funny moment in the concert came when Dem Franchize Boyz yelled, “They don’t believe who your girlfriend is,” in the direction of rapper/producer Jermaine Dupri Jermaine Dupri also known simply as JD (born Jermaine Dupri Mauldin on September 23 1972) is an American record producer and rapper. Dupri is the youngest inductee to the Georgia Music Hall of Fame. , who then brought out Janet Jackson. Following Jackson, J.D. kept the surprises coming by bringing out Mariah Carey, who let the crowd sing the hook of her smash hit, “We Belong Together.”
Although fans may have been expecting 50 Cent to hit the stage with Mobb Deep, they were pleased when the Infamous took to the stage performing, “Shook Ones,” a New York City New York City: see New York, city.
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Also, the crowd seemed to love T.I., who hit the stage performing smash hits like, “Motivation,” “ASAP (chat) asap - As soon as possible. ,” “Rubberband Man” and “Bring ‘Em Out.” However, the crowd was disappointed as Tip’s mic was cut off due to time constraints.
Although fans may have been expecting to see Cam’ron and Dipset verbally thrash Jay-Z on stage, the Harlem crew closed out their set and the concert with classic cuts from their collection, including Jim Jones', "Certified Gangsters."
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Jasiel A. Robinson (born April 2, 1983 in Atlanta, Georgia) better known by his stage name Yung Joc, is a Grammy Award-nominated American rapper from College Park, Georgia. , Trey Songz, Sean Paul, Young Jeezy and Chris Brown also performed at Summer Jam.
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