Chicago’s WGCI brought some of the biggest names in rap to the historic United Center on Saturday night for their annual Big Jam.
With amazing headlining performances from Cardi B and Lil Baby, as well as sets from Tory Lanez, Kodak Black, Young Dolph and more, fans certainly got their money’s worth for perhaps the best Big Jam to date.
Check out our photos from last night’s performance below!
With even more artists to be announced, Chicago’s 107.5 WGCI has announced its huge lineup for 2018’s “Big Jam”. With performances from Kodak Black, Tory Lanez, Young Dolph and a headlining set from everyone’s favorite, Cardi B, this year may be the biggest and best WGCI Big Jam yet!
If one thing is clear, it’s that you won’t want to miss the biggest new artist in the world right now, Cardi B, when she comes to the United Center on November 24th to perform some of her big chart topping hits!
Tickets for the general public go on sale this Saturday, October 20th at Ticketmaster.com. Get them fast before they are all gone!
Two of Florida’s hottest rappers have combined forces for ‘Roll In Peace’, Kodak Black’s new track and music video with the always controversial XXXTentacion.
While both rappers not only rep Florida, but also have had their shares of drama and legal issues, it was only right that the two collaborate for the new track. You can certainly expect a lot from both Kodak and XXXTentacion in 2018.
Check out the music video for ‘Roll In Peace’ below.
Get ready for one of the biggest rap concerts of the summer! Coming this May and June, Freebandz will present the “Nobody Safe Tour”, with some huge names in rap/hip-hop. Headlined by none other than Future, also joining the Nobody Safe Tour will be the Migos, Tory Lanez and newcomer Kodak Black. And if all the above wasn’t enough, Young Thug and A$AP Ferg will join the tour for select dates.
Tickets for the tour will go on sale this Friday at noon, with presale tickets available for various fans. Visit Freebandz.com for more ticket information.
A new tour isn’t the only news for Future fans today either, as the ‘March Madness’ rapper has also announced his next album, which will release this Friday. Pre-order Future’s new self-titled LP now on iTunes.
Check out the tour dates for the Nobody Safe Tour below.