Slaughterhouse at Shady Records x Brisk Bodega
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Yelawolf, Slaughterhouse Put On Private Show For Shady Records In NYC + Photos

Shady Records was definitely in the building on Saturday (September 17), when Yelawolf and Slaughterhouse joined forces to perform a private concert for an invite-only crowd in New York’s Brisk Bodega pop-up store. The space, located in Manhattan’s West Village, was open during the day to fans of all ages and featured a one-time only exhibition of all things Shady Records. Memorabilia from Eminem’s illustrious career — including the denim dungarees, hockey mask and chainsaw he often used to perform The Real Slim Shady…
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Rick Ross x Summer Jam 2011
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Show Review: Hot 97’s 2011 Summer Jam

Hot 97’s Summer Jam always seems to out-do itself in some way every year. This year was no different. The parking lot at the new Meadowlands Stadium turned into an amusement park for adults over the weekend. Beautifully detailed cars rolled by at a snail’s pace, blasting new music, while the spectators enjoyed their drinks and tried their best to hide their weed from the circulating New Jersey State Troopers. Two exploding cars later, Wiz Khalifa takes the stage…
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Show Review: Rock The Bells 2010 At NYC’s Governors Island

Summer 2010’s best summer concert was definitely Rock The Bells (RTB) on Governors Island, New York City on August 28th — a concert that is for true hip-hop heads who can still appreciate the classics. RTB brought out everyone from Jedi Mind Tricks to Snoop Doog, and the experience was amazing. Among the headliners were A Tribe Called Quest, the Wu-Tang Clan, Lauryn Hill, and Snoop — with Lauryn bringing out some big celebs to show support…
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Show Review: Hot 97’s 2010 Summer Jam

Hot 97’s Summer Jam 2010 was the biggest live hip-hop show of the year, hands down. The music festival, which takes place right outside Giants Stadium, featured a star-studded line-up with the likes of Drake, Nicki Minaj, Cam’ron and more, as well as a spirited freestyle battle, performances by Roc Nation’s premiere artist J. Cole, Duck Down’s Sean Price, and hit reggae act Gyptian…
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