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Legends of Southern Hip Hop Tour Coming to Jacksonville April 7th

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The Legends of Southern Hip Hop Tour is taking over Jacksonville! Only the most notorious of an era made the cut for this legendary lineup. Scarface, Mystikal, 8 Ball & MJG, Juvenile, Trick Daddy, Bun B & Pastor Troy will be performing.

Don’t miss the opportunity to witness these iconic hip-hop greats on the Times Union Center Stage on Friday, April 7, 2017!

Scarface has been in hip-hop since 1988 as a solo rapper, music producer and former Geto Boys member. A South Acres native, Scarface released 16 career albums. His accolades include “Lyricist Of The Year” (Source Awards, 2001) and the “I Am Hip Hop Award” (BET Hip Hop Awards, 2015).

Hip-hop duo, 8 Ball & MJG, originated out of Memphis, Tennessee. Members Premmro Smith and Marlon Jermaine Goodwin released 8 studio albums between 1993-2010 – collaborating with Biz Markie, Wu Tang Clan, Fat Joe and Three 6 Mafia.

Rapper, Mystikal, has worked alongside Run DMC, Ludacris, Lil Jon, The Eastside Boyz and Busta Rhymes. Along with his 5 studio albums are Grammy nominations for “Best Male Rap Solo Performance” & “Best Rap Album” (2003).

Southern hip-hop & gangsta rap visionary, Juvenile, kick-started his career as a member of The Hot Boys from the Magnolia Projects. Juvenile released over 14 career studio albums working with Universal Records, Atlantic Records and more. His top hits have gone certified platinum, double platinum and gold.

Trick Daddy was born and raised in Liberty City. This rapper, record producer, and songwriter has released 8 studio albums, 1 mixtape, and 1 EP working with Slip,-N-Slide Records, Warlock Records and Dunk Ryder Records.

Former member The Underground Kingz (UGK), Bun B, began his Hip Hop/Rap career in 1987. His solo album, “Trill” earned a #6 spot on the Billboard 200 and #1 on Top Hip Hop / R&B Albums chart. He released 4 studio albums between 1987-2013.

Rapper and producer, Pastor Troy, began his career in College Park (1998) as a member of D.S.G.B. He has collaborated with Ludacris, Lil Jon, Young Jeezy, Killer Mike, Paul Wall, Chamillionaire, Bun B, and Criminal Manne. He has released a career total of 29 studio albums between 1999-2015.