Friday, April 29th, The Hot 97 studio was packed with an all day ‘Summer Jam Announcement Party’, with guests anticipating the talent announcement for their Summer Jam 2022 lineup!
Summer Jam is the annual hip-hop fest held in East Rutherford, New Jersey and sponsored by New York-based radio station Hot 97FM. The concert features the most popular acts that hip hop and R&B have to offer in a particular year.
The lineup hits from top to bottom. “HOT 97’s Summer Jam, the biggest hip-hop concert, is a day of music celebrating US. With two stages and an endless list of super-stars, this is a moment you won’t want to miss. We understand the assignment and can’t wait to experience, with the fans, an extremely exciting line up of performances from artists who are defining our culture.” TT Torrez, On-Air Personality and VP of Artist and Label Relations.
The lineup announcement was highlighted alongside the new and improved HOT 97 app, which allows listeners to enjoy the hottest hip-hop station and all of its amazing content from anywhere in the world. The app keeps fans up-to-date on the culture with breaking news, exclusive articles, video content, and features from Ebro, Laura Stylez & Rosenberg, Funk Flex, TT Torrez, Megan Ryte and many more.
The 2022 HOT 97 Summer Jam festival offers two stages featuring many of the hottest hip-hop talent. The Stadium Stage performers include DreamDoll, Shenseea, Benny The Butcher, Burna Boy, Roddy Rich, Pusha T, City Girls, Young Thug and Gunna, Lil Baby, Lil Durk, and — closing the show—hometown, Brooklyn’s, Fivio Foreign. The night will also feature a special musical tribute in memory of the legendary DJ Kay Slay.
In addition, the Festival Stage will be a who’s who of emerging artists including, Girll Codee, Nardo Wick, BabyFace Ray, Drewski & Friends featuring B-Lovee, JNR Choi, Dougie B., 22GZ, Lady London, Saucy Santana, NLE Choppa, Yung Bleu, and Cordae.
Click on the link, presale code is SJ2022, and get your tickets: https://www.hot97.com
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