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Wednesday, May 26, 2010

Gray: Rock The Bells 2010

Rock the Bells circa 2010 has just been announced by Geurilla Union, and this year's line up looks awesome. Wu-Tang is always on point, and if you haven't seen Rakim live yet, the dude is a legend. KRS-One also puts on one of the most intimate shows in music. Other artists that have been confirmed include Slick Rick, Street Sweeper Social Club, Murs and 9th Wonder, Wiz Khalifa, Clipse, Immortal Technique, Jedi Mind Tricks, Brother Ali, DJ Muggs and Ill Bill, Big Sean, Yelawolf and it's hosted by Supernatural and DJ Rocky Rock. If you don't know much about the Rock The Bells tour read the summary below for more information:
"Rock The Bells, presented by Guerilla Union since 2003, has established itself as a world-class hip-hop platform by hosting legendary performances by Rage Against the Machine, NAS, A Tribe Called Quest, Public Enemy, Lauryn Hill, Blackstar (Talib Kweli and Mos Def), Hieroglyphics, Living Legends, De La Soul, Busta Rhymes, Cypress Hill and Jurassic 5 as well as reuniting Wu-Tang for their last performance with ODB in 2004. Rock the Bells has also set the stage for monumental surprise performances by Jay-Z, Slick Rick, BEP and Black Sheep. In 2008, Rock the Bells toured internationally for the first time in Prague, Amsterdam, Stockholm, Helsinki, Paris and London."
Check the full line-up and more information on their website HERE

Check out the relatively unknown Street Sweeper Social Club (they are Rage Against the Machines' guitarist Tom Morrello's side project) video of them live in Kansas City after the jump.


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