Made In America saw the reunion of one of the greatest groups in the history of hip-hop, Run-DMC. It’s been over ten years since the group last performed with Jam Master Jay, and the group had decided not to perform without their legendary DJ since his passing. However, yesterday in Philadelphia, the “Kings Of Rock” took the stage for the first annual festival and performed their timeless hits to a monster crowd.
Songs like “It’s Tricky,” “Walk This Way,” “It’s Like That,” and “Rock Box,” set the crowd into a frenzy as the Reverend Run and Darryl “DMC” McDaniels tore up the stage like it was the 1980s. Mosh pits ensued and the energy was on full tilt as the old heads showed that they can still hang with any live performer you put them with. Hit the jump to check out the full set from Run DMC at Made In America.
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