[Recap] Summer Jam 2012

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Over the weekend, Team SFPL took their talents to Summer Jam 2012 to participate in one of the biggest Hip Hop Events of the year. Despite a little Drama in the begining of the show, the over all show was well worth that trek to Jersey.

Maino got the show off to an energetic start with a set filled with his best hit’s as Slaughter House took the stage next and the first timers gave it everything they had with front man Joe Budden at the realm.

“This group has four of the best rappers ever involved, and anyone who thinks otherwise …DO SOMETHING!’ he uttered in the middle of his set with a look of death in his eyes.

Next Up was Tyga, followed by J. Cole, who was joined by R&B Crooner, Trey Songz. The rest of the night boasts performances by Wacka Flocka, Wale, French Montana, Rick Ross, Meek Mills and 2 Chainz!

The nights best performances in my opinion, did not belong to any of the scheduled performers, but the surprise guest. When Hot 97’s Angie Martinez hit the stage and introduced Hip Hop Legend, Nas, I was completely thrilled! Not only did Nas perform a plethora of his hits including, “If I Ruled The World”, but he in turn brought out the Iconic, Lauryn Hill !!!!!! Lauryn brought her A Game giving us everything from “Lost Ones” to “Ready Or Not”. She looked and sounded GREAT!

She completed our Summer Jam.

Step into some of the photo’s and performances below….


-Stay Fly!

[Props to Kaz and Hip Hop Wired]


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