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Rick Ross and Friends Shut Down the Bronx’s Paradise Theater

(AllHipHop News) The Rick Ross and Friends Stop The Violence Part 2 show took place this past Saturday (November 6th), at the Bronx’s legendary Paradise Theater. The Prince of New York, DJ Self, of Power 105.1FM, greeted the packed audience and helped get the crowd excited for the line-up of performances. Rhythm City, a dance crew who competed on MTV’s America’s Best Dance Crew, opened with a choreographed routine. Young Money MC Jae Millz followed the dance crew and welcomed home his labelmate Lil Wayne. He performed an array of different songs such as “Execution Style,” “YM Banger,” his verses on the remix of Chris Brown’s “Deuces” and his lyrics from Young Money’s “We Are Young Money.” Jae Millz also spit his verse from Weezy’s “D**k Pleaser,” his verse off of “Every Girl” and “Bed Rock,” followed by his new single “Green Goblin.”The next rapper up was the Bronx’s own Fred The Godson, who hit the stage and got the crowd hyped with the “G5,” “So Crazy,” and “Too Fat.” Dipset affiliate, Vado, came through for a quick round, performing songs including “La Bomba” and “We All Up In Here.” Black Wall Street’s Mysonne, also known as “The New York General,” took a more serious stance to the show, and rapped passionately to “I Am A General,” while a group of men behind him stood with black shirts stating “F*** The Industry.” He rapped to the excited crowd his freestyle from Kanye’s West’s “Power,” “The Definition of A G,” and “Let My Tape Rock.” When the Boss, Rick Ross, hit the stage he performed an assortment of songs from Teflon Don such as “MC Hammer,” “Super High,” “Aston Martin Music,” “Maybach Music 2,” ”Tears of Joy,” “I’m Not A Star,” and “Live Fast Die Young.” Styles P rocked out with Ross on “B.M.F.” He also performed some of his classics such as “Hustlin’,” “So Magnificent,” and “Here I Am.” Prior to ending his set, Ross took some time to discuss the need to avoiding violence in the streets.

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