Last night at the Remember 2 Smile concert, Lupe brings out forgotten Chicago group, Crucial Conflict. They perform HBCU marching band favorite, “Hay”. Light somethin’ up.
Last night, Hov’s traveling circus made their way to Ohio State University in Columbus. Above, light-skinned Jermaine performs some cuts off The Warm Up. After the jump, N.E.R.D. mosh the stage.
Last night at the 1st Mariner Arena in Baltimore, MD, Hov tells security to have a fall back attack. They ain’t come to fight, they came to have fun tonight.
Props: Paul Gardner
The conquering hero couldn’t close the show without thanking his fans. Then after a mic mishap, the young man recovers nicely and delivers “Forever” a.k.a. JK Wedding Entrance Dance. What Chris? Talkin’ about change but no “Changed Man”? Oh well, nobody’s perfect. Maybe it woulda made him cry. Damn, you win Brown.
Warning: This post is for the opposite sex.
Around the 1:30 mark, Maurice makes Faheem proud by goin’ topless for “Take You Down.” The fight for the T-shirt that was tossed I witnessed firsthand. Let’s just say, it got a lil testy. After the jump, dude puts his jacket back on and gives Juelz Santana a chance to shine. Too bad he drops the ball.
After polishing off his new tune, C Breezy gets to steppin’ on the first single off his second album, Exclusive. Later “Wall To Wall” is interrupted in the bridge by a BP3 Hova song. A field day for the gossipers. After the jump, another hip-hop interlude before “Yo (Excuse Me Miss)” to represent how Ri-Ri’s ex is feelin’ tonight.
On week six of Snoop’s Malice N Wonderland series, Tha Doggfather kicks it with JT backstage at the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open in Las Vegas. That’s right, Snoop Dogg’s for the children too.
The lone rap act at last night’s show showed why there’s not a lot of flip cam footage of him live. Like Jay-Z in his early days, Fabolous’ charisma just doesn’t come across enough and connect to the audience. Maybe I shoulda went to Boston. Anyways, up top, F-A-B-O delivered the first of several medleys of the night. Yup, he’s a hit-one-verse and quit it kinda guy. I coulda used a lil more of “Imma Do It.” On the other side, Ryan Leslie gets a late pass as Keri Hilson joins in on “Everything, Everyday, Everywhere.” The latter describes Rap Radar. Ride with us or collide with us.