Lil’ Boosie and YFN Lucci headline Power 98 FM’s car-and-bike show, featuring cash prizes and 10 local DJs
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$14 for one ticket to King of the Streets Car & Bike Show featuring Lil’ Boosie (up to $27.37 value)
When: Saturday, July 25, at 3 p.m.
Where: Metrolina Expo
Door time: 12 p.m.
King of the Streets Car & Bike Show featuring Lil’ Boosie
The show: souped-up sports cars and bikes compete for top honors and cash prizes in more than 40 categories
The wheel-less stars: Baton Rouge MC Lil’ Boosie and Atlanta native YFN Lucci headline the stage, and local DJs spin throughout the day
How the world met Lil’ Boosie: spitting as hard as the diamonds he was wearing on C-loc’s album It’s a Gamble in the early 2000s
Instructionally minded hits from 2005 to 2009: “Give Me That,” “Wipe Me Down,” “Better Believe It”
Why he’s been almost completely silent since then: he just finished a stint in the Louisiana State Penitentiary
What he did after getting out: released an all-new track with Kiara and Webbie titled “Show Da World”
The origin of YFN Lucci: he grew up on a steady diet of Tupac, the Hot Boys, and Lil Wayne
Songs off his mixtape you’ve heard on the radio: “I Wonder Why,” “Know No Better”
His sound: like his peers Young Thug and Rich Homie Quan, he delivers hard lyrics in a lackadaisical drawl tempered with raw melodic elements