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Some of hip hop's finest acts kicked off the 2011 Rock The Bells Tour at San Bernardino's San Manuel Amphitheater yesterday
According to the Los Angeles Times, two of the sets that stood out were Nas and Lauryn Hill. Both of whom performed their classic albums 'Illmatic,' and 'The Miseducation Of Lauryn Hill' in their entirety.
No album better captured that dichotomy than the evening’s emotional core, "Illmatic,” with Nas aided by the album’s lone guest star, AZ, and its legendary producers, Pete Rock and DJ Premier. Backed by a set piece of the Queensbridge Houses projects and clips from four elements of the hip-hop bible, “Wild Style,” the all-black clad Nas brought the “dungeons of rap” to the Inland Empire.
Common Ft Nas "Ghetto Dreams"
Nas Ft. Lauryn Hill "If I Ruled The World"
Nas Brings out Ron Artest During "Memory Lane"