’90s hip-hop headliners grace the stage with energy & lyricism, performing classics like “Lean Back” and new joints like “All The Way Up”
About This Deal
- Seating: 200-level (sec. 208 and 218)
- Must purchase G-Passes in the same transaction to sit together.
- Click here to view the seating chart
- Afterparty at Harrah’s Waterfront Conference Center Ballroom at 11 p.m.
How G-Pass Works: Within an hour of purchase, your G-Pass will be in your account. You may redeem your G-Pass via the mobile app when you enter the venue. You may also print it out in advance. Discount reflects the merchant’s current ticket prices - price may differ on day of event.
Lit in AC
- Lil’ Kim: This genre-maker pioneered female-fronted rap and cemented herself as a lasting presence in hip-hop with her 1996 solo debut, Hard Core. Three charting albums later and the monarch of empowered eroticism still reigns while spitting such classics as “Crush on You” and “No Time.”
- Fat Joe: Since the ’90s, hip-hop veteran Fat Joe has been decorating the walls of his house with gold and platinum plaques for songs including “What’s Luv (Featuring Ashanti)?” and “Make It Rain (Featuring Lil Wayne).” More recently, he teamed up with rapper Remy Ma for a collaboration album that birthed the monster hit “All the Way Up.”
- 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”).
- State Property: after the film of the same name dropped in 2002 on Jay-Z’s Roc-A-Fella Films, its corresponding soundtrack marked the beginning of the collective’s career, including Beanie Sigel, Freeway, Young Chris and Neef Buck, and Omillio Sparks.
- 112: They’re the Georgia R&B quartet known for their Grammy–winning background vocals on P. Diddy’s “I’ll Be Missing You,” as well as the hits “Only You,” “Anywhere,” and “Peaches & Cream.”
About Boardwalk Hall
Under a 137-foot-high, barrel-vault ceiling, Boardwalk Hall's floor has played host to historic Garden State moments for more than eight decades. The longest clear-span space in the world when it opened in 1929, the venue has seen the nation's first indoor football game, the first indoor helicopter flight, and performances by such luminaries as the Beatles, Frank Sinatra, and Louis Armstrong. A $90 million renovation completed in 2001 ushered the space into the new millennium, updating the lighting, improving the acoustics, and roping off a section of seats for time-traveling audience members.