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5 Reasons Why Hip-Hop is Going To Rule at Made In America 2016

Rihanna and Coldplay are going to rock the Budweiser Made In America festival when it comes to Philadelphia from Sept. 3-4, but the non-headliners are equally enticing... especially to rap fans. Check out five reasons why hip-hop fiends should be heading to Philly for Labor Day

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Lil Wayne & 2 Chainz Joining Forces

The joint album ColleGrove was underrated as far as joint albums go, and anyone who has been Weezy and Tity live knows how electric they can be. Expect a huge crowd and huger hits during their set at Made In America.

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Chance The Rapper’s Victory Lap

Chance is a magnetic live presence as a headliner or in the festival context; Made In America could be just another place for the Chicago kid to shine, but with Coloring Book becoming instantly beloved, Chance will have Philly in the palm of his hand.

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Lil Uzi Vert Continues His Ascent

Hip-hop’s hottest new name is coming home with a ton of hype and an arsenal of great songs. Let Lil Uzi Vert Vs. The World seep into your brain now, so you can sing along all Labor Day Weekend long.

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DJ Khaled and DJ Mustard Offer Major Keys

Who says you need to be an MC to throw one of the festival’s biggest hip-hop parties? Khaled and Mustard are going to drop hit after hit over the holiday weekend… and possibly bring out a guest or two to add to the euphoria.

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Lil Yachty, Teen Icon

Still trying to understand why Lil Yachty is a hero to underage hip-hop fans, with his mix of pop hooks, Auto-tune and motivational speeches? His mobbed Made In America set will help you get there.

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BRIDGETOWN, BARBADOS - DECEMBER 01:  Singer Rihanna and Prince Harry speak on stage at the 'Man Aware' event held by the Barb

Dec. 1: Rih & The Prince in Barbados

In Barbados Rihanna and Prince Harry raise HIV/AIDS awareness in hopes to fight HIV and AIDS stigma. Getting tested in front of cameras, the singer and the prince show us the importance and ease of the process. "It's so easy to get tested & know your status!” Rih tweeted afterwards. Today also marks the 50th Anniversary of Independence in Barbados.

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