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What’s On: Superstars of Hip Hop

Saturday 2 November at the Hammersmith Apollo
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London brace yourself as hip hops greatest icons Redman, Method Man and Busta Rhymes share one stage at the Hammersmith Apollo on Saturday 2 November.  This one-off exclusive concert is a rare opportunity to see 3 of the most influential rappers from the U.S performs on UK soil.

Busta Rhymes needs no introduction. As a founding member of the legendary hip hop group ‘Leaders of the New School’,  Busta’s career shot to fame after the group featured on A Tribe Called Quest’s track ‘Scenario’. His rising popularity soon led to the group splitting up and Busta continuing his music career as a successful solo rap artist.

Busta’s career spans over two decades and includes 10 albums, 11 Grammy nominations as well as the creation of record label ‘Flipmode Squad’ (which is now know as ‘The Conglomerate’).

Another HOT rap artist career that started in the 90’s is Redman. Signed to Def Jam he has released 5 albums to date. The album 'Muddy Waters' released in 1996 received high praise and  featured two Billboard Hot 100 singles 'It's Like That (My Big Brother) and 'Whateva Man' featuring a collaboration with Method Man. As label mates on Def Jam both Redman and Method Man released their first joint album 'The Black Out' in 1999. They also starred in their own sitcom 'Method & Red' and later films ‘How High' and 'How High 2’.

As a member of the collective Wu-Tang Clan, Method Man is a hip hop legend in his own right. Active on the music scene since 1992, Method Man has released 4 albums independently from Wu-Tang including  'The Black Out’ with Redman.

Catch all three of these hip hop superstars on stage on November 2!
Tickets to Superstars of Hip Hop are available to purchase now!

The HOT deets
When? Saturday 2 November 2013, 7pm – 11pm
Where? 45 Queen Caroline Street, London, W6 9DZ
How much? Tickets are priced £32.50, £40 & £60 from www.musicislive.com

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