With another successful Hot 97 Summer Jam setting the tone for the warm-weather concerts, it's that time of year again to head out on the road and vibe with the artists who are laying the 2014 soundtrack.
Jay Z, for one, has updated his annual Budweiser Made in America Festival to be a bi-coastal event with shows going down simultaneously August 30-31 in Los Angeles and Philadelphia. The lineup includes longtime collaborators Kanye West, and Pharrell, and first-ever Roc Nation signee J. Cole.
Click on over to www.madeinamericafest.com for more details.
But first, read on. That's just a taste of what the taste makers have in store.
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