J. Cole, Big Sean, YG & Jeremih at Veterans United Home Loans Amphitheater

J. Cole Tickets

Veterans United Home Loans Amphitheater | Virginia Beach, Virginia

North Carolina-native lyricist and hiphop artist J.Cole is coming to Susquehanna Bank Center on Friday 31st July 2015! His distinctive merge of genres of Hip-hop R&B, slow funk, jazz and neo soul is creating a real buzz around him, especially on the urban scene.
Joining him on his 'Forest Hills Drive' tour is Detroit rapper battle winner Big Sean. Also on the line up is contemporary R&B singer Jeremih & rapper YG! The two have been collaborating on recent hit singles such as 'Don't Tell 'Em'. This night is gonna' be off the hook!
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J.cole is an american hip-hop artist, a lover of story telling. Standing out from the crowd with a merge of genres of Hip-hop R&B, slow funk, jazz and neo soul.
His approach to rapping is considered unconventional. Bending lyrics in his rhymes, combining the meaning and rhythm in harmony.
"Rhyme patterns are nothing without meanings to the words,"
He has climbed his way into stardom, with a push from Jay-z. He is now selling out! His newest LP, 2014 Forest Hills Drive, is projected to reach first place on The Billboard 200 next week with well over 300,000 albums sold.

Big Sean is a hiphop artist discovered by American rapper and producer Kanye West, who signed him to his record label GOOD Music—distributed through Def Jam Recordings—in 2008. Having released three mixtapes since 2008, he was featured on tracks of artists such as West, rapper Royce da 5'9" and R&B singer Chris Brown. He won Best New Artist at 2010 BET Hip-Hop Awards Cypher, nominations included; Kanye West, Pusha T, CyHi Da Prynce & Common.

Born and bred on Chicago's South Side, Jeremih is a R&B singer.
The first single from Jeremih’s 3rd studio album, Late Nights hit the ceiling and became a huge club anthem in 2014, sampling the classic dance track “Rhythm is a Dancer” with featured rapper YG. high-key changed the game with his 2012 project, Late Nights, and the anticipation for his follow-up has been growing ever since.

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