Made in America
Music superstars from all around the country (and beyond) descended upon Philadelphia to light up the “Budweiser Made In America” festival on Labor Day weekend. But a few notable Philly artists gave the celebration a touch of hometown pride.
Run-DMC dusted off their “Shell-Top” Adidas on Sunday (Sept. 2), the second and last day of the “Made In America” festival that featured performers of various styles and musical formats.
Drake had all eyes on him during the count down to Pearl Jam, the closing act at the “Made In America” festival Sunday (Sept. 2). And the Canadian rapper knew it.
Somewhere between Rick Ross’ Maybach Music set and Jay-Z’s grand closing ceremony, there was a soul revival at the Made In America festival. D’Angelo and Janelle Monáe added a funk and soul groove to the festival’s first day.
Jay-Z has enlisted some big screen heavyweights for his next Hollywood project. The Roc Nation hip-hop mogul is reportedly planning to film his upcoming Made In America festival with help from Oscar-winning tandem Ron Howard and Brian Grazer.
Having already mastered music and fashion, Jay-Z is now turning his attention to the video game realm. The hip-hop superstar will wear the hat of executive producer for the upcoming NBA 2K13 and has tapped some close music industry friends to be a part of the soundtrack for the hit basketball platform.
Jay-Z’s ‘Made In America’ festival is shaping up to be the musical event of the year. Now Run-D.M.C., Drake, Jill Scott, and Soundgarden frontman Chris Cornell have been added to an already star packed line-up.
[photogallerylink id=101778 align=left] Jay-Z announced he’s headlining Budweiser’s “Made In America” two day music festival, but don’t expect the god-MC to release new music anytime soon. In a recent interview with Billboard’s The Juice Hov stated, […]