Ladies ruled the night at the Honda Center in Anaheim, Ca on Saturday night as Jennifer Lopez and Nicki Minaj tore down the house at the Power 106 Powerhouse 2014. The line-up had something for everyone and featured memorable performances form Sage the Gemini, Childish Gambino, Trey Songz, Schoolboy Q, Wiz Khalifa and headliners YG and DJ Mustard but it was the queens that reigned supreme.
From the moment J-Lo emerged from the center of the circled stage to her intro of “Same Girl” and “Get Right” it was a reminder of why she was and still is Jenny from the Block. Performing classic jam’s including “I’m Real” & “Ain’t It Funny” from when she and Ja Rule ran the charts to her current hit “I luh you papi” her black leather hot pants revealed her perfectly sculpted assets as she gave a little tease of her upcoming single “Big Booty” but told the crowd “that’s all the a** you’re gonna get tonight. We won’t have to wait too much longer as the American Idol judge is preparing to release her upcoming album A.K.A on June 17. Clearly it must be the ass that got em like that because she danced her booty off her entire 30 minute set before closing with Jenny on the Block.
Without a doubt however, the crowd was definitely awaiting the arrival of the reigning Queen of Hip-Hop who is also preparing for the upcoming release of her next albumThe Pink Project, and Nicki announced her new single will be dropping this Wednesday before she took it back to the basics with one mic and a dj. Explaining why she didn’t have her usual band or dancer’s she said “ I’m not going to bring my dancers, J-Lo is there she can do that, I’m not going to bring my band because Trey Songz is there he can do that, so what can I do? So I said Fu** it! I’m going back to my mixtape days and come out with my motherfu**in DJ because there is one thing that they can’t do and that’s be the Motherfuc**in Queen of Hip-hop!” Keeping it all the way Hip-hop performing “Lookin ass Ni**a her verse on Young Thug’s “Danny Glover” remix, “Chi Ra” “Did It On ‘Em,” “Beez in the Trap,” “Dance (A$$), “Love More,” and Boss Ass Bi**h She also brought out Soulja Boy to perform "Yass Bish". She also performed her more popular hits “Superbass” “Starships” and “Moment 4 Life”
Photo credits Jamal Bostick