Massive lineup of hip-hop legends includes DMX, Ja Rule, Juvenile, Michel’le, and the Ying Yang Twins
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DMX: Ya’ll made him lose his mind in the 1999 hit “Party Up (Up In Here).” Since then, his subwoofer-shaking growl has been heard in “No Sunshine” from the movie Exit Wounds, spitting “Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer” live on New York City’s Power 105, and delivering lines alongside Jet Li in Cradle 2 the Grave.
Ja Rule: With brass-knuckle rhymes delivered in a voice that smolders like a hot cigar, Ja Rule first came to prominence thanks to a tour with Jay-Z and DMX. He cemented that prominence with the hit “Holla Holla” and high-profile collaborations with Jennifer Lopez (“Ain’t It Funny”), Christina Milian (“Between You and Me”), and Ashanti (“Always on Time”).
Juvenile: This New Orleans–based rapper became a household name when his 1999 single, “Back That Thang Up,” took over the charts. Since then he’s maintained a solid presence on the scene with singles “Slow Motion,” “Animal,” and “Rodeo,” and collaborations with Lil Wayne, Soulja Slim, and Drake.