Ken Capobianco of the Boston Globe was at Tuesday’s WJMN-FM Monster Jam at the FleetCenter, claiming “outside of a delirious set from Ludacris 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 Obie Trice, 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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