A lineup of iconic hiphop artists bring nostalgia to the stage while performing their famous singles
What You'll Get
- Seating: sections 107–112, 118–124
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- Must purchase G-Passes in the same transaction to sit together.
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The Reunion Concert Featuring No Limit Soldiers & Three 6 Mafia
- Master P: The Master of No Limit Records, a trailblazer of hardcore rap, and an actor, Percy Miller sunk his hooks into the hip-hop scene with his breakout album, Ice Cream Man, and its followup, Ghetto D (complete with epic “Make ‘Em Say Uhh!”).
- Mystikal: With a distinctive gravelly bark and New Orleans drawl, Mystikal has turned out hits such as “Shake It Fast” and “Danger (Been So Long),” making time to team out with artists such as Yelawolf, Birdman, and Mark Ronson
- Silkk the Shocker: The brother of Master P, Silkk the Shocker is proof that not only does the Miller family have rap in its DNA, they probably also have a diamond-encrusted mailbox. In one year, Silkk not only released his signature hit, “It Ain’t My Fault,” but supplied a verse on Destiny Child’s “Just Be Straight with Me” and dueted with Mýa on “Movin’ On.”
- Also Appearing: Fiend | Mia X
Three 6 Mafia
- Who Are They A Nashville, Tennessee rap group that burst onto the scene as a horror-rap group and later went on to acclaim in the mainstream with their catchy beats and interesting lyrics.
- Songs You Know: “Stay Fly,” “Ghetto Chick,” and “Side to Side”
- For Fans Of: Paul Wall, and Pimp C
- Juicy J: Juicy J came up as a member of Three 6 Mafia, but established a successful solo career around 2009. “Bandz a Make Her Dance” off 2013’s Stay Trippy danced up the charts, and his next album, The Hustle Continues, is expected to drop sometime this year.
The Fine Print