Rock The Bells Line Up Announced2010-05-26 by Adam Thomas EMERITUS | 14 Comments
|The Rock the Bells tour has announced its 2010 line up. The hip-hop festival will be headlined by the Wu-Tang Clan, KRS-One, Slick Rick, and Rakim, all of which will be playing seminal albums from their respective careers in their entirety. The Wu-Tang Clan will be performing 36 Chambers, Rakim will be performing Paid in Full, KRS-One will be performing Criminal Minded, and Slick Rick will be performing The Adventures of Slick Rick. Rounding out the line up are acts such as Clipse, Immortal Technique, Murs & 9th Wonder, Brother Ali, and Jedi Mind Tricks. |
The full line up and tour dates can be found at http://rockthebells.net/
Tagged: Wu-Tang Clan
If I miss this I will hate myself for the rest of my life
this is beyond hip hop orgasm.
Slick Rick is still going at it?
he's had a few guest spots here and there these pass couple of years but that's about it really.
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holy shit, badass. hope they add more dates.
im having massive hip hop boner here
Oh fuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuck. Slick Rick.
i jus came.
This might be worth bussing to NY for..
Sick sick lineup. But, come to Canada please?
This group of artists they have signed for this is going to be legendary.
why is it called "Rock"the Bells when its hiphop
they just added Snoop and Tribe Called Quest. Im there.
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