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Legacy Arena at the BJCC
Legacy Arena at the BJCC


Saturday Jul 20 2024 - Saturday Feb 08 2025


8:00 pm

State Wide Emergency Tour

with Plies, JT, Trina, Rob49, No Cap, Webbie & more

Plies, from Fort Myers, Florida, is known for his Southern rap style and gritty lyrics. Famous for hits like “Shawty” and “Bust It Baby,” Plies has released successful albums such as “The Real Testament” and “Definition of Real,” showcasing his storytelling and catchy hooks.

JT, from Liberty City, Miami, is part of the rap duo City Girls. Known for hits like “Act Up” and “Twerk,” City Girls gained acclaim for their bold lyrics and infectious energy. JT’s confident delivery and charismatic presence empower a new generation with her unapologetic style.

Trina, often hailed as “The Diamond Princess,” is an American rapper and songwriter from Miami, Florida, renowned for her bold and unapologetic lyrics. Emerging on the music scene in the late 1990s, she has become a significant figure in hip-hop with hits like “Da Baddest B****” and “Pull Over.”

Rob49, from New Orleans, Louisiana, is an emerging rapper known for his energetic delivery and raw storytelling. Blending traditional Southern rap with contemporary beats, Rob49 has gained attention with tracks like “Vulture Island,” marking him as a fresh talent in the rap industry.

NoCap, from Mobile, Alabama, is a rising rap star recognized for his melodic flow and introspective lyrics. With projects like “The Backend Child” and “Steel Human,” NoCap explores themes of struggle and resilience, establishing himself as a prominent voice in modern hip-hop.

Webbie, an American rapper and songwriter from Baton Rouge, Louisiana, gained fame in the mid-2000s with his debut album “Savage Life” and the hit single “Gimme That” featuring Bun B. Known for his gritty Southern rap style, he is a prominent figure in the Southern hip-hop scene.




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