Detroit native Dej Loaf, also joining the 2015 XXL Freshman Class, had everyone singing along to her 2014 hit, “Try Me.” We hear she's suppose to be dropping a new EP this month.
Other performers on the festival stage included, B.o.
B., Travis Scott, Joey Bad A$$, Travis Scott, Charles Hamilton and Chedda Da Connect. MMG singer Omarion hit the stage to perform his radio hit, “Post To Be”, sans Jhene Aiko, and a few of his new cuts. During his set, he performed some of his infectious hits, such as "New Flame," "Loyal" and "Poppin." Breezy thanked everyone for being there through all of his trials and tribulations then launched his performance of "Ayo." After his set, Breezy brought out “Power” star/executive producer 50 Cent: Following an epic G-Unit reunion at Summer Jam 2014, Fif was joined by Lloyd Banks and Tony Yayo on stage.
Ty Dolla $ign hit the stage next, singing the hook on Jeremih’s “Don’t Tell ‘Em.” Then he brought out Taylor Gang honcho Wiz Khalifa to perform "We Dem Boyz." And of course, “Mary Jane” made a cameo. Trigga got the ladies all hot and bothered as he serenaded the crowd with his sultry hits, including "Na Na,” "Foreign," "Say Aah," "Slow Motion" and "Bottoms Up." Then, he stripped off his shirt to show off his physique, which sent the ladies in a frenzy. Soon after, "Coke Boy" rapper French Montana hit the stage where he paused for a tribute in honor of his friend/rapper Chinx Drugz who was murdered recently. Fabolous and his star-studded set: As one of the highlights of the evening, Fab brought out a slew of surprise guests during his set, including Lil Kim, Fat Joe & Remy Ma, Busta Rhymes, Redman & Method Man, Raekwon, The Lox, Mobb Deep and Mase: Next up....
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Dans ses chansons, Big Sean parle souvent de « West Side », se référant à l'ouest de la ville de Détroit.
Last year, for example, a ten year old covered "Trap Queen." Another week, and the rap game ain't slowing down.
The pitcher's mound is a stage, a very different stage from the one rappers and singers are accustomed to standing upon.
The ceremonial first pitch is ostensibly a celebration, and throwing the ball 60 feet in a particular direction may not seem like much of a challenge. From Kendrick Lamar to Snoop Dogg to MC Hammer to 50 Cent (!
Singer, songwriter, recording artist, rapper, actor Drake was formerly managed by James “Jas” Prince.
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