Emerging rap artists are revealed for Summer Jam line-up.
The eagerly anticipated line-up for the Festival Stage at this year's Hot 97 Summer Jam has now been announced with Young M.A, A Boogie and Dave East among the talented roster. Tickets will be available this week and are expected to sell out fast.
Young M.A will perform at Hot 97 Summer Jam 2017
Brought to you by New York radio station WQHT-FM HOT 97, Summer Jam will hit the MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey on June 11th 2017 with nine newly announced emerging hip hop artists taking over the Festival Stage for its annual showcase of the best up-and-coming rap talent. Plus, be assured that there will be plenty of surprises in store in addition to this announcement.
With gig after gig, Minaj is slowly making her name as a queen in the rap industry.
Nicki Minaj just gave her critics some more ammo with another (maybe?) Lil Kim tribute. Nipple pasties? What is this, the 1999 VMAs? Well, no. Nicki Minaj rocked the (admittedly really cool) outfit to Hot 97 FM’s Summer Jam 2014 at the Met Life Stadium.
See? It's a good look!
And let’s be clear here – for an outfit that features black and white hip hugging pants, and a shirt seemingly made of chainmail – the look works surprisingly well. This staff writer is definitely into it. And with Miley Cyrus having rocked the look back in 2013 and Miss Minaj giving it a spin now, we’re tempted to declare the comeback of the nipple pasty. You’ll have to consult the fashion blogs on that one though.
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