Remy Ma, Fat Joe, Lil Kim, & More Take Over “The Rock The Bells” Concert

Many legendary artists from the golden era of hip-hop performed at the “Rock The Bells” concert giving fans wonderful memories of the past.

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This past weekend hip-hop icons performed at the “Rock The Bells” concert taking fans back to memory lane to the hip-hop golden era of the 90s and 2000s.

There were performances from older acts in the hip-hop community such as The Lox, Fat Joe, Remy Ma, Busta Rhymes, and many more.

Fat Joe and Remy Ma had the crowd roaring during their set while performing songs such as “What’s Luv,” “Lean Back,” “All The Way Up,” and more.

Papoose also decided to give fans a freestyle that was well received with big cheers during the performance.

Scarface was another notable artist who performed at the festival, giving the audience songs like “On My Block,” “Smile,” “Never Seen A Man Cry,” and more of his big-time hits.

The Houston native also gave fans a tribute to his late former Geto Boys group mate Bushwick Bill.

Rick Ross also got to perform at the show, hyping the crowd while performing hits like “Stay Scheming,” “Hustlin,” “Aston Martin Music,” and more.

Lil Kim took over the stage alongside Junior Mafia member Lil Cease to perform her hits such as “Get Money,” “Magic Stick,” “All Of The Benjimings,” and more.

Kim also brought out Mobb Deep’s Havoc for the infamous Quiet Storm remix giving a big tribute to the late rapper Prodigy during his verse to the song.

LL Cool J also performed his well-known classics such as “Doin It Well,” “4321,” “Mama Said Knock Out,” and more.

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Working with over 40 non-profit and advocacy organizations, the summit brought together some of the country’s most affluent entertainers, professors, activists, and experts.