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While a lot of the North East coasts’ rap fanbase was up in Philadelphia for the Made In America festival, the other chunk of hip-hop heads were in New Jersey for Rock The Bells. Artists such as the Wu-Tang Clan, Curren$y, Murs & Fashawn, and plenty of others touched the stage, it was Nas’ set that stole the show.

Nas, who is still riding the unbelievable wave of Life Is Goodhit the stage and performed numerous cuts off of that album along with his classic records. The crowd hit a fever pitch when he brought out Scarface to perform “Hip-Hop” off of DJ Khaled’s Kiss The Ring. Lauryn Hill also came out with Nas to perform “Ready Or Not” and “If I Ruled The World.” Hit the jump to check out all the footage.


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