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Joe Budden, DJ Fatboy, Cool Nutz, Feez the Germ, J-Key, Aquino

REED JACKSON
8 pm., Wednesday May 08 | $17.50.
Peter's Room
8 NW 6th Ave.
 
[HIP-HOP] In the early 2000s, Jersey rapper Joe Budden was hip-hop’s next big thing. Radio played his arena-rumbling debut single, “Pump It Up,” seemingly every 10 minutes, and his reputation for street lyricism made him a worthy candidate to fit right in alongside the likes of 50 Cent. Things never panned out. Instead, Budden went underground, where he gained a cult following for his introspective Mood Muzik series, which remains his best work to date. Now, Budden is almost more known for his girlfriends than his music—he’s a cast member on one of those cheeseball VH1 relationship shows—but his role as a member of underground Slaughterhouse, featuring Joel Ortiz, Royce da 5’9” and Crooked I, keeps his day-one fans happy.



Where: Peter's Room
Phone: 219-9929
Address: 8 NW 6th Ave.

 
 
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