Ludacris Shines, Obie Trice Fizzles At Monster Jam

Ken Capobianco of the Boston Globe was at Tuesday’s WJMN-FM Monster Jam at the FleetCenter, claiming “outside of a delirious set from and the solid presence of 50 Cent, the nearly five-hour show was mostly a ho-hum affair.” He added, “The night was rescued by Ludacris, who remains one of rap’s most vibrant live performers. The Atlanta MC took the show to another level three-quarters of the way in, when he and his crew delivered their Southern fried funk in its greasy extreme. Ludacris, with diamond earrings the size of hubcaps, brought his good-natured, notoriously obscene songs to life with a manic glee.” On the downside? “Most disappointing was that , supposedly the next big rapper out of Eminem’s camp, played barely 15 minutes early in the evening, and he didn’t reveal that he’s a player worth noting.” Read more.

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