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Hip-Hop Icons JEEZY and SCARFACE to Headline North To Shore Festival in Newark

Updated: Jun 3

Newark, New Jersey, is set to see a magnificent occasion as hip-hop legends JEEZY and SCARFACE prep to play at Symphony Hall. This highly anticipated event, part of the North To Shore Festival, will begin at 8 p.m. on Friday, June 28th, and promises to be a memorable night of music and cultural celebration.

Jeezy, recognized for his dynamic career and distinctive style, first appeared on the music scene in 2001 with two independent albums that displayed his unique voice and vision. His rising popularity rapidly drew the notice of Def Jam Recordings, resulting in a major label debut that cemented his place in hip-hop history. "Let's Get It: Thug Motivation 101" was not only an album, but also a statement. The album's raw energy and real storytelling grabbed fans and reviewers alike, establishing JEEZY as a force to be reckoned with in the music industry. JEEZY has evolved as a musician and symbol of culture over time. His later albums have continually pushed the limits of hip-hop, combining personal stories and deeper social commentary. Hits like "Soul Survivor," "Put On," and "My President" have not only dominated the charts, but have also prompted crucial discussions about the reality of American society. JEEZY's music demonstrates his capacity to connect with people on a personal level, making this upcoming concert a highly anticipated event. Conversely, SCARFACE is a rapper whose impact has been felt for more than thirty years.

SCARFACE, who is recognized for his contemplative lyrics and deep, gravelly voice, has created multiple highly praised albums that have had a lasting effect on the genre. His first CD, "Mr. Scarface Is Back," showcased his distinct fusion of heartfelt narrative and raw realism. His reputation as one of the best rappers of all time was further solidified by subsequent albums like "The Diary" and "The Fix." SCARFACE's skill to express nuanced emotions through music is what makes him unique. His songs always have weight and meaning, whether he's talking about existential concepts, social problems, or his own struggles. Hip-hop fans should not miss his performance at Symphony Hall because his music has served as an inspiration to innumerable musicians and fans. The event is a part of the  North To Shore Festival, which runs from June 10th to June 30th and it is a 3 week-long celebration of innovation and culture. The festival provides an array of events and activities, such as community meetings, workshops, and art exhibits in addition to musical performances. It honors both the city's thriving, dynamic current and its rich cultural past.

The North To Shore Festival, which takes place over three weeks, offers an entertaining blend of events, parties, films, and talks in Asbury Park, Atlantic City, and Newark, three of New Jersey's most famous cities This festival, which features events in more than 100 locations, highlights Jersey's cultural diversity to the fullest.

Friday, March 22nd, at, ticket for JEEZY and SCARFACE go on sale. With the strong demand for this event, fans are urged to get their tickets as soon as possible to secure seats. Visit to purchase tickets and for additional information. Don't pass up this chance to see two legendary rappers perform live at Symphony Hall.

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