Ludacris performs in Miami
The 'Kings of Rap Concert' has been rescheduled for November 11. Ludacris will still perform, but Rick Ross is out.
Kings of Rap Concert
November 11, 2010
James L. Knight Center
400 SE 2nd Ave.
Miami, FL 33131
Tickets: $55 to $177.50
UPDATE: According to the James L. Knight Center website, the Kings of Rap Concert has been postponed until November 11. Unfortunately, Rick Ross will no longer be on the bill. Ludacris will still perform, and an unnamed second artist will be announced shortly.
Refunds are available at point of purchase, or you can save your tickets and attend the rescheduled show.
The Dirty South will take over the James L. Knight Center in downtown Miami when Rick Ross and Ludacris perform at the Kings of Rap Concert on September 18.
The Def Jam Records labelmates, hot on the heels of successful releases, will co-headline the show.
Carol City-native Rick Ross' fourth studio album, Teflon Don, just debuted at No. 2 on the Billboard 200 chart, selling over 175,000 copies. Its first singles, "Super High" with Ne-Yo and "B.M.F. (Blowin' Money Fast)" with Styles P, have been moderately popular. But his next single, the sprawling 6-minute-long "Live Fast, Die Young" with the returning Kanye West, will surely be a smash.
Battles of the Sexes, Ludacris' seventh disc, debuted at No. 1 in March, and spawned two hits: the chipmunked "How Low" and the Nicki Minaj-assisted "My Chick Bad."
Tickets are available now at Ticketmaster, but they won't come cheap: They range from $55 to $177.50 before service charges.
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