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Legends of Hip Hop concert set for Colonial Life Arena in March

November 27, 2018

An old school era hip-hop concert, Legends of Hip Hop, is coming to Colonial Life Arena in March, according to a press release by Colonial Life Arena.

The lineup features Juvenile, Scarface, 8Ball and MJG, Too Short, DJ Quik, Bun B and Pastor Troy, all set to perform during a concert on March 29.

A rapper from New Orleans, Juvenile started his career in 1991; his last album “The Fundamentals” was released in 2014. Houston native Scarface began in 1988, with his last album “Deeply Rooted” releasing in 2015.

Tennessee rappers 8Ball and MJG – members of Three 6 Mafia – started their careers in 1991, with their last collaborative album “Ten Toes Down” coming in 2010. Los Angeles rapper Too Short began in 1985; he released his album “The Pimp Tape” this past year.

Compton multi-faceted artist DJ Quik jumpstarted his career in 1987, eventually releasing his last album “The Midnight Life” in 2014. Texas rapper Bun B also started in 1987 and recently dropped his album “Return of the Trill” this year.

Atlanta rapper Pastor Troy opened his career in 1998, dropping his most recent album “O.G.P.T” in 2018.

Colonial Life Arena is located at 801 Lincoln Street in Columbia.

Tickets will be available Nov. 30 at 10 a.m. online at ticketmaster.com, the ticketmaster app, by calling 1-800-745-3000 or in person at the Arena Box Office.

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