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Justin Credible Names 3 Hip-Hop Concerts You Shouldn’t Miss This Summer

Justin Credible Names 3 Hip-Hop Concerts You Shouldn’t Miss This Summer

This year has already been filled with some of the hottest hip-hop releases, and your favorite artists are taking their music on the road for you to see live! There are always events happening in Los Angeles, and it can be hard to decide which one you want to spend your money on, but Justin Credible has you covered! Whether it’s with your bae, your homies, or even your fun auntie, Justin Credible has hand-selected 3 of the best concerts hitting LA that are guaranteed to be a highlight of your year.

On The Run II Tour– Beyonce & Jay-Z 

The legendary couple are On the Run again, for their second tour together. This time with opening acts, DJ Khaled and Chloe x Halle. The concert will be at the Rose Bowl in Los Angeles on September 22nd and 23rd. After the iconic performance we saw at Coachella this year, we shouldn’t expect anything less from the dynamic duo.

 

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This video alone had us convinced to buy tickets to this concert! A whole mood!

#Beyonce & #JayZ out here looking 🔥🔥 | [📸: @beyonciaga] | @cruzshow106

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Aubrey and the Three Amigos Tour– Drake & Migos

Migos dropped their album Culture II earlier this year and we found out this week that Drake’s album Scorpion will be released June 29th, just in time for his tour. The squad is taking over the city performing at the Staples Center October 12th, 13th, and 14th, and at The Forum on October 16th, 17th, and 18th. Migos party vibes mixed with Drakes catalog of music is going to be a major turn up.

KOD Tour– J. Cole

Fresh off of his 4 Your Eyez Only Tour and dropping his latest album KOD, J.Cole is not slowing down jumping back on tour, along with Young Thug. His Album KOD put him from No. 96 to No.1 on the Billboard Artist 100 chart on its first week, so expect nothing short of an amazing performance. The KOD Tour will be hitting the Staples Center August 24th and 25th.

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