SXSW Update: AllHipHop Brings Out Raekwon and Talib Kweli; Master P and Trae Make Special Guest Appearances

(AllHipHop News) Last night AllHipHop hosted a Breeding Ground Showcase brought to SXSW attendees by G Pen x Crave Online and Sharp Aquos.

While Raekwon and Talib Kweli performed at their already scheduled spots, fans were also treated to surprise sets by Master P, Trae the Truth and Killa Kyleon at the famous Rusty Spurs on 7th Street in Austin, TX.

Kicking off the night was up and coming rapper Chris Skillz who started off the show with a memorable set of storytelling rhymes. He followed up by Eeron Lee, Drew 32, G-Eazy, Satyre, The Airplane Boys.

Following an emotionally driven performance of “Miss Money” by VIP (K-Paul and Pimpin Pen), Master and No Limit Forever took over the stage as Master P performed his hit song”Al Capone” and other hits like “Bout It, Bout It.”

Talib would not be outshined though as his set was just as memorable as Master P’s rocking a packed out house at the peak of the night. Leaving the stage with a classic performance of “Get By” Talib left it all on the stage.

After Talib, West Coast rapper Problem took the stage bringing out Trae the Truth as he performed club banger after banger including his hit song “Like What.”

Clyde Carson continued the show after performing “Slow Down” and few of his other songs that have bubbling on the left coast.

Fillling afterwards Taylor J, Sean Falyon and Rain prepped the crowd for a historic set by Killa Kyleon.

Repping heavy for his home state, Killa Kyleon held the crowd down for a full 30 min set of hits also featuring an appearance with AllHipHop Breeding Ground artist Doughbeezy.

Rae talked to the crowd about how the Wu-Tang Clan came to be as he ran through a host of hits from Only Built for Cuban Linx, 36 Chambers and Wu-Tang Forever.

In addition to the performances, Sharp Television gave away a 60” Sharp Aquos TV to a lucky fan that tweeted about the event and showed how they were living at SXSW.

More video and images as they emerge.

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