Rock The Bells 2012 Lineup

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Rock The Bells 2012 Lineup
On Thursday, Guerilla Partnership organised a media meeting to expose the 2012 Stone the Alarms collection, and it's a great one. Headlining functions Missy Elliot, Timbaland and Cuboid Thugs-N-Harmony will execute along with Wiz Khalifa, Kid Cudi, Nas, J. Cole and Mac Burns.

Lupe Fiasco's name also seems to be on the festival's leaflet, but on Thursday day (May 16), the Chi-Town lyricist tweeted that despite what was produced, he would not be present this season. "Not doing Stone The Bellz...thats a misprint fam and buddies...," he had written.

For once in nine decades, Stone the Alarms will increase its daylong celebration to two times. The first display will take position Aug 18 at the NOS Activities Heart in San Bernardino, Florida. Last seasons three-stage installation pressured lovers to select between their preferred functions, who would often execute as well. "We had quite a few problems about Mobb Deeply lovers having to select between Mobb Deeply and Nas," Guerilla Partnership leader Alter Weisberg said as an example. "We tried to provide three levels, but it didn't perform out. So the correction? Two levels, two times, one occurrence."

RTB will hit the Coastline Amphitheatre in Hill View, Florida, on Aug 25 and 26 and then the PNC Financial institution Artistry Heart in Holmdel, New Nj, on Sept 1 and 2. Coincidentally, the Eastern Shore show comes on the very same few days as Jay-Z's lately declared Created in The united states multi-genre songs celebration in Chicago. Hov guarantees close to 30 modern functions in the areas of stone, hip-hop, R&B, Latina and flow songs. The Created in The united states collection hasn't been declared yet, but already, the RTB expenses is vine ripened with different rap ability. 2 Chainz, Tyga, Kendrick Lamar, Smooth John, E-40, Too Short and A$AP Rugged will all be present.

The announcement event wrapped up with performances by DJ Quik and Bone Thugs, who took the stage and rocked a few of their many classics, leaving fans ready for the main course this summer. Fans should for venue and ticket information.