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Americas Most Wanted Music Festival: Lil Wayne, T.I., 2 Chainz
Price $29.75-$89.75
Age Suitability None Specified
Categories Rap Hip-Hop
Tags hip hop

America's Most Wanted Music Festival: Lil Wayne, T.I., 2 Chainz

Saturday, Aug 17, 2013 7:00p

Grammy Awarding winning hip hop icon, label owner and TRUKFIT apparel brand founder Lil Wayne will bring his high voltage, eye-popping live show to United States top amphitheatres and arenas this Summer with the triumphant return of his America’s Most Wanted Music Festival. Celebrated for his tour's star studded lineups, Lil Wayne will be joined by Tip "T.I" Harris and 2 Chainz.

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Lil Wayne
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Wrote his first rap song when he was 8 years old. Founded the record label Young Money Entertainment in 2003. Is an avid sports fan and wrote a blog for the ESPN web site in 2008-09. Named Best Rock Star Alive by Blender Magazine in 2008....
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Among the biggest Southern rap stars of the new millennium, with a list of achievements that includes acting, producing, and songwriting. ~ Rovi
2 Chainz
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Known as Tity Boi in the Atlanta-based Playaz Circle, rapper 2 Chainz launched his solo career while he was still a member of the crew, in 2007, with the mixtape "Me Against the World". The 2Pac references continued with his 2009 mixtapes "Trap-A-Velli" and "All Ice on Me", but 2010's "Me Against the World 2: Codeine Withdrawal" hit his style on the nose with the last bit of its title, and when DJ Teknikz & DJ Frank White collected his best street tracks in 2011, the hard and hazy set of cuts was dubbed "Codeine Cowboy"....
Location & Nearby Info
Austin360 Amphitheater
9201 Circuit of the Americas Blvd.
Austin, TX 78617
(512) 301-6600
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June 9, 2008 - Austin360.com | Austin American-Statesman - Jonathan Tjarks

On “Phone Home,” between calling himself a Martian and comparing himself to E.T., Lil’ Wayne declares “they don’t make ‘em like me no more / matter fact, they never made it like me before.” He’s right. While many rappers freestyle their lyrics and even more abuse drugs, few take it to the extremes Wayne does. Throughout most of “Tha Carter III,” he is rapping without a safety net — even he’s not sure what he’ll say next. He laughs at his own jokes, as if he’s just realizing what he said; occasionally, he loses his train of thought and starts rapping about something else.

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