Drake, Lloyd Banks, & Jazmine Sullivan Get Hyphy in the Bay

Drake

Though he was noticeably absent from the second night of Jay-Z and Eminem’s recent Detroit double-bill, Drake had good reason. The Toronto native headed over to Oakland, Calif., to headline KMEL’s Summer Jam 2010 at Oracle Arena on Saturday (Sept. 4), where he shared the stage with fellow performers Jazmine Sullivan, E-40, Lloyd Banks, Miguel, and more.

Rocking a varsity jacket, cargo pants, and shades, Drizzy showed Cali love by performing hits from his discography, removing his jacket near the end of his set and shouting “Free Weezy!”

Bay Area legend E-40 repped for his Sick Wid It Records imprint, donning a glittery chain that hung over his black tee, while a gorgeous Jazmine Sullivan sang her heart out during her set, looking sharp in a cropped teal jacket, shiny shirt, and ragged jeans.

Lloyd Banks added some NYC flavor to the lineup, taking the stage after newcomers Miguel, Dorrough, Bobby Brackins, YG, and R.O.D. Project warmed up the crowd. Summer may be nearing its end, but check the photos below to see how this group of performers heated things up.

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4 Comments

  1. t

    drizzy

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  2. tk

    E-40 TOO SICK WIT IT. HE SPEAK REAL. THESE OTHER RAPPERS BE BOOTSIE RAP ABOUT WHAT THEY THINK BUT BY THE END OF THE DAY ITS ABOUT WHO GONNA TURN THEY LIFE AWAY.

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  3. Pale Horse

    Buck is on his shit!!! All Bucks tracks are hits. Better than anything G-Unit has put out this year.

    Buck’s album The Rehab still has that hunger in it that regular people can relate to and most importantly the “G” is still in Buck’s music unlike G-Unit these days.

    “The Rehab”, in stores 9.7.10. This Tuesday……Go get it!!
    “The Rehab”, in stores 9.7.10. This Tuesday……Go get it!!
    “The Rehab”, in stores 9.7.10. This Tuesday……Go get it!!
    “The Rehab”, in stores 9.7.10. This Tuesday……Go get it!!

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  4. Fairfield(7oSAVAGE)

    i grew up listenin to folx like 40 fonzireli,b-legit, too short, n the big MAC dre’… so to still see him keepin up wit these dancin crazes is like wow…he went from the G movment to the here and now where so called gangsters is really just hella studio… but hope he stix wit it and stays sik widdit…

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