Would there be Kool-Aid, or would there be blood? The answer was Kool-Aid.
Live Nation hosted its 3rd annual National Concert Day at NYC’s Irving Plaza with performances by Foreigner, Nickelback, Nelly, and more.
Slaughter gang enthusiasts were vigorously muscling their way through the venue trying to get as close to the stage as possible – before they could even grab an energy drink.
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Irving Plaza was filled with hundreds of true hip-hop heads ready for classics, rim-filled drinks called “Money, Power, Respect,” and the scent of weed.
Comprised of Sheek Louch, Styles P, and Jadakiss, The LOX entered the scene in 1997, after Mary J. Blige passed on their mixtape to Sean “P. Diddy” Combs. They collaborated on the single “It’s All About The Benjamins”, garnering the trio national attention.
On Sunday, October 30th, Christian rapper Lecrae brought his ‘Destination Tour’ to NYC to bond with fans and promote involvement in Food For the Hungry, an NPO that strives towards eradicating human poverty.
A rap concert at Irving Plaza headlined by T.I. on Wednesday night turned deadly as rapper Troy Ave opened gunfire.
Gunfire during a rap concert at Irving Plaza in Manhattan left a 33-year-old-man dead and three other people wounded; police and witnesses state that concertgoers panicked and ran for the exits.
While the average 16-year-old’s burning ambition is passing their road test, Teyana Taylor was busy pursuing loftier goals.