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Enjoy Performance from Renowned Artists like Remy Ma, Fat Joe, Lil Kim & More at “Rock The Bells” Concert

Remy Ma, Papoose, Fat Joe, Lil Kim, along with various iconic artists from the pinnacle era of hip-hop, graced the stage at the “Rock The Bells” concert, delivering unforgettable moments for fans.

Over the weekend, hip-hop legends put on a stellar show at the “Rock The Bells” concert, transporting fans back to the golden age of hip-hop in the 90s and 2000s.

The event featured performances by revered figures in the hip-hop community such as The Lox, Fat Joe, Remy Ma, Busta Rhymes, and many more.

Fat Joe and Remy Ma electrified the audience with their performance, belting out hits like “What’s Luv,” “Lean Back,” “All The Way Up,” and more.

Papoose delighted fans with a well-received freestyle performance that garnered loud cheers from the crowd.

Scarface, another standout artist at the festival, treated the audience to memorable tracks like “On My Block,” “Smile,” “Never Seen A Man Cry,” and other popular hits. He also paid tribute to his late former Geto Boys group member Bushwick Bill.

Rick Ross also rocked the stage, hyping up the crowd with fan-favorites including “Stay Scheming,” “Hustlin,” “Aston Martin Music,” and more.

Lil Kim took center stage with fellow Junior Mafia member Lil Cease, delivering hits like “Get Money,” “Magic Stick,” “All Of The Benjimings,” among others.

Adding to the excitement, Lil Kim brought out Mobb Deep’s Havoc for a powerful rendition of the Quiet Storm remix, paying homage to the late rapper Prodigy during his verse.

LL Cool J showcased his timeless classics including “Doin It Well,” “4321,” “Mama Said Knock Out,” and more.

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In July, Roc Nation collaborated with the United Justice Coalition to present the inaugural Social Justice Summit in NYC.

Partnering with over 40 non-profit and advocacy groups, the summit brought together influential entertainers, professors, activists, and experts from across the country.

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