Fan Fest: Music Matters Stage Day 2

The finale of an unforgettable music experience.

Let the Groove Fill You Up - From the moment Marsha Ambrosius steps onto the stage, she feels the music. Tip #1: Get into the groove from the minute you set foot on the stage.   (Photo: James W. Lemke/Getty Images for BET)

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Let the Groove Fill You Up - From the moment Marsha Ambrosius steps onto the stage, she feels the music. Tip #1: Get into the groove from the minute you set foot on the stage. (Photo: James W. Lemke/Getty Images for BET)

"Love" - For this moment, Marsha ditches the blantant cries for sex for an unabashed need for an absent love, singing over a seamless blend of swaying piano and a head-nodding rhythm. "I hop into the shower. The water running with my falling tears," she confesses. "Every second, every hour, it's only been a week but it feels like years."  (Photo: James W. Lemke/Getty Images for BET)

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"Love" - For this moment, Marsha ditches the blantant cries for sex for an unabashed need for an absent love, singing over a seamless blend of swaying piano and a head-nodding rhythm. "I hop into the shower. The water running with my falling tears," she confesses. "Every second, every hour, it's only been a week but it feels like years." (Photo: James W. Lemke/Getty Images for BET)

Ab-Soul vs. XXL - In another case of word-play gone bad, Ab-Soul of Black Hippy took offense and threated to leave his crew when he and the team covered XXL emblazoned with the cover line, "Kendrick Lamar & Black Hippy." While Kendrick is no doubt the first to mainstream fame of the rapping foursome — also including ScHoolBoy Q and Jay Rock — Ab wanted the crew to be respected as a unit. He talked about his frustration after tweeting that he would leave the group if the media kept writing "Kendrick Lamar and Black Hippy," emphasizing that K. Dot is not his boss, but a part of the team. (Photo: James W. Lemke/Getty Images for BET)

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Ab-Soul vs. XXL - In another case of word-play gone bad, Ab-Soul of Black Hippy took offense and threated to leave his crew when he and the team covered XXL emblazoned with the cover line, "Kendrick Lamar & Black Hippy." While Kendrick is no doubt the first to mainstream fame of the rapping foursome — also including ScHoolBoy Q and Jay Rock — Ab wanted the crew to be respected as a unit. He talked about his frustration after tweeting that he would leave the group if the media kept writing "Kendrick Lamar and Black Hippy," emphasizing that K. Dot is not his boss, but a part of the team. (Photo: James W. Lemke/Getty Images for BET)

"Just Have Fun" - Producers Like and Blended Babies add the LP's party element with coasting keyboard flourishes and stuttering 808s as Ab kicks a choppy, non-stop flow about handling your drug intake. "We used to dub cassettes," he explains. "But now we pop Percocets. I don't be in no pain. I just like how it feels."  (Photo: James W. Lemke/Getty Images for BET)

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"Just Have Fun" - Producers Like and Blended Babies add the LP's party element with coasting keyboard flourishes and stuttering 808s as Ab kicks a choppy, non-stop flow about handling your drug intake. "We used to dub cassettes," he explains. "But now we pop Percocets. I don't be in no pain. I just like how it feels." (Photo: James W. Lemke/Getty Images for BET)

Speaking You Soul - Once K. Michelle hits the Soul Train Awards stage, she'll "killing [you] softly with her song" and her soul! So get the tissues ready becasue you're feel every note on December 1st, 2013. at 8P/7C.(Photo: James W. Lemke/Getty Images for BET)

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Speaking You Soul - Once K. Michelle hits the Soul Train Awards stage, she'll "killing [you] softly with her song" and her soul! So get the tissues ready becasue you're feel every note on December 1st, 2013. at 8P/7C.(Photo: James W. Lemke/Getty Images for BET)

24. K. Michelle - Imagine if she brought her talents to the Real Wives? It would be a wrap.(Photo: James W. Lemke/Getty Images for BET)

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24. K. Michelle - Imagine if she brought her talents to the Real Wives? It would be a wrap.(Photo: James W. Lemke/Getty Images for BET)

K. Michelle - October 8, 2013 - Rebellious Soul K. Michelle took over the 106 stage and gave her all, also annoucing her tour with Sevyn Streeter. Watch a clip now! (Photo: Angela Weiss/Getty Images for BET)

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K. Michelle - October 8, 2013 - Rebellious Soul K. Michelle took over the 106 stage and gave her all, also annoucing her tour with Sevyn Streeter. Watch a clip now! (Photo: Angela Weiss/Getty Images for BET)

Holiday Cheer - Don't miss singer Mateo on 106 & Park tonight for our very special Christmas episode!(Photo: James W. Lemke/Getty Images for BET)

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Holiday Cheer - Don't miss singer Mateo on 106 & Park tonight for our very special Christmas episode!(Photo: James W. Lemke/Getty Images for BET)

Elijah Blake - Elijah Blake's got songwriting credits with Usher and Rihanna, but it was his guest appearances on Rick Ross' "Presidential" cut off God Forgives I Don't and G.O.O.D. Music's Cruel Summer album that made rap fans take notice. Now he's got a Roc Nation management deal and label deal with hip hop's most revered home, Def Jam.  (Photo: James W. Lemke/Getty Images for BET)

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Elijah Blake - Elijah Blake's got songwriting credits with Usher and Rihanna, but it was his guest appearances on Rick Ross' "Presidential" cut off God Forgives I Don't and G.O.O.D. Music's Cruel Summer album that made rap fans take notice. Now he's got a Roc Nation management deal and label deal with hip hop's most revered home, Def Jam.  (Photo: James W. Lemke/Getty Images for BET)

Elijah Blake Talks Drift EP and Working With No I.D. - Elijah Blake is no stranger to making great music. Outside of his own projects, the Roc Nation recording artist has written for Usher, Keyshia Cole and many more. In a recent interview with Rap-Up.com, Elijah talked working with Rihanna and his new EP, Drift, which drops Sept. 30. Of his album's production specifically, Blake says, "I think everybody?s heard him do stuff for Common and Kanye, like the edgy hip hop stuff, but this time they?ll really get a glimpse of No I.D. doing some cool, progressive R&B, soulful production.?(Photo: Angela Weiss/Getty Images for BET)

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Elijah Blake Talks Drift EP and Working With No I.D. - Elijah Blake is no stranger to making great music. Outside of his own projects, the Roc Nation recording artist has written for Usher, Keyshia Cole and many more. In a recent interview with Rap-Up.com, Elijah talked working with Rihanna and his new EP, Drift, which drops Sept. 30. Of his album's production specifically, Blake says, "I think everybody?s heard him do stuff for Common and Kanye, like the edgy hip hop stuff, but this time they?ll really get a glimpse of No I.D. doing some cool, progressive R&B, soulful production.?(Photo: Angela Weiss/Getty Images for BET)