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Puff Puff Pass Tour Part 2 featuring Snoop Dogg in Detroit 21st Dec 2016

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PUFF PUFF PASS TOUR PART 2 – 21 DECEMBER 2016

The Detroit Masonic Temple

500 Temple St, Detroit, Michigan 48201

 

Best Buds and 105.1 The Bounce Presents Puff Puff Pass Tour Part 2. Wednesday Dec 21st at The Masonic Temple. Featuring:
Snoop Dogg, BONE Thugs-N-Harmony, Warren G, DJ QUIK, The Dogg Pound and Trick Trick!

BOUNCE PRE-SALE

This Wednesday-Friday, Bounce listeners can use the pre-sale code: BOUNCE to get their tickets before they go on sale to the public, Friday!

CODE: BOUNCE

http://www.ticketmaster.com/

TICKETS ON SALE FRIDAY, NOV 4

Tickets on sale to the public, 10 a.m. Friday Nov 4th
at Masonic box office and all Ticketmaster locations.

Puff Puff Pass Tour Part 2 Snoop Dogg and Friends @ Microsoft Theater Los Angeles 10 Dec 2016

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 Saturday December 10th Live on Stage: SNOOP DOGG | BONE THUGS N HARMONY | TOO SHORT | DJ QUICK | WARREN G | DOG POUND | THA EASTSIDERS | LBC MOVEMENT | POMONA CITY MOVEMENT,
Microsoft Theater
777 Chick Hearn Ct, Los Angeles, California 90015
Event Highlights:
Doors Open: 6:30 PM
Price: $42.00 – $240.00
Onsale: Sat, Oct 15, 2016 – 12:00PM PDT
MORE INFO COMING SOON

Bone Thugs-N-Harmony – Coming Home (Cleveland Cavs tribute) Audio

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It’s been a big week for the city of Cleveland. On Sunday (June 19), their Cavaliers won the franchise’s first NBA championship, ending a 52-year drought for the city, in all major sports. The fact that the victory was led by hometown hero LeBron James made it that much sweeter. In Hip-Hop, few names mean more to the Ohio city than Bone Thugs-N-Harmony, and the group has released a beautiful song aptly-titled “Coming Home.”

This Oral History of Bone Thugs-N-Harmony Shows Why Their Music Is Eternal.

Rather than an ode to the Cavs, or even Cleveland, the song is a wistful celebration of what “home” means to us all–a place full of memories, family and, often, foundation. It features lines like “Trying to find my way back to my roots, where the truth does lay at. And, I say that, when I think of home, I think of a place where my mind mode is on free and my timezone is on free. Everything stops. I’mma need a little bit of time to get myself together. In the meantime, I turn best to better. And, in between time, try to stay blessed forever.” The chorus reinforces the message, with a refrain of “I’m going back home. They say that’s where the heart is, where I started, and I need to see a piece of my own.

As with many Bone songs, however, the sugary sweet harmonies are contrasted with words of hardship. In verse 2, they look back to harder times when home meant something different, rapping about having to sleep on train tracks, questioning whether they would ever make it, and not having anywhere to go. It is a fitting homecoming for the group that has represented Cleveland for more than 20 years.

Beats by Dre Party: Eminem, Ice Cube, Diddy, Method Man, Redman, Busta Rhymes, Nas and more

Beats by Dre Party Los Angeles’ Belasco Theatre

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Dre, Ice Cube, Eminem, Diddy, Geto Boys, Method Man and Redman, Bone Thugs-N-Harmony, DJ Jazzy Jeff, Teddy Riley & Blackstreet, Busta Rhymes, Mase, Scarface and Nas

Ice Cube – 10:57
Cypress Hill – 15:33
Geto Boys – 19:50
Souls of Mischief – 24:35
FatLip & Slim Kid 3 – 29:25
Redman and Method man – 34:20
Bone Thugs – 39:10
Nas – 44:10
Dr. Dre – 48:25
Puffy n Ma$e – 51:00
Busta Rhymes – 56:34
Eminem – 1:00:45

Dom Kennedy, Curren$y, Bone Thugs-N-Harmony, The Diplomats, Lil’ Kim & The Wu-Tang Clan Perform At The #SOURCE360 Concert In NYC

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Saturday night was a historic one for the culture at #SOURCE360

The only thing preventing the roof from coming off of The Barclays Center last night at the 1st annual #SOURCE360 Concert was the infrastructure itself. Quite honestly, everyone inside made sure they did everything they could to make it happen. From the onset, with great opening performances from two of the brightest independent rappers in the game–Dom Kennedy and Curren$y–and an incredible set from Bone Thugs-N-Harmony, there waasn’t a dull moment in sight, and the crowd fed the artists with energy all night.

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The Diplomats began what was a scintillating stretch for New York rap at #SOURCE360, and with Lil’ Kim and the official Wu-Tang Clan reunion to follow, one could sense the anxiety in the crowd. If the tension could be represented with a rope, it would be so taut one would be able to cut it with a dull scissors. Classics upon classics–that’s what Lil’ Kim brought to the stage, including a special guest appearance from bothMaino and Havoc of Mobb Deep. The Queen Bee had it all: Shmoney dancing, twerking, vicious bars (All About The Benjamins, Money, Power, Respect), and a stage presence that most female emcees–in fact, any emcee–would envy no matter how long they’ve been rapping. She didn’t take the opportunity to drop any subtle hints or dis shots at Iggy Azalea, or Nicki Minaj, which is what most expected, but rather stepped up to the plate and killed it.

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Prior to Lil’ Kim, The Diplomats hit the stage, all four of them (Freekey Zekey included) and performed some of their classics: “Dipset Anthem”, “Oh Boy”, “Salute”, “We Fly High”, and that’s just to name a few. There couldn’t be a better lead into the Wu-Tang Clan reunion. Two of New York’s most important and genre-defining eras showcasing exactly why they mean so much to this culture on stage at the biggest venue in New York’s hottest borough. It was truly a night to be remembered.

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The Wu-Tang Clan reunion had been talked about for quite some time, but none of the hype, promotion or advertisement–not even the quote the RZA fed the New York Times about the moment–prepared anybody for the moment the RZA, Ghostface Killah,Method ManRaekwonCappadonna, and the rest of the surviving members of The Wu-Tang Clan hit the stage at The Barclays Center. It wasn’t 4 or 5 of the members, and 1 or 2 of the members didn’t happen to “forget” to show up to the venue. All 9 of them, on the stage. Strong and united–yes, even RZA and Raekwon.

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