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T.I. and E-40

Atlanta’s T.I. became the face of trap music in the early 2000s, delivering lyrics with an aggressive lean, 808 kick drums, triple-time hi-hats, and fat synth sounds. Meanwhile, E-40 was putting the Bay Area’s underground hyphy scene on the map with his trademark flamboyant delivery, pounding rhythms, and over-the-top energy. This year, worlds have collided and they’ve never sounded as good as both of these hip-hop heavyweights take the stage together for their “Return of the Legends” tour.

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  • Chene Park

    2600 Atwater St., Detroit Greater Detroit Area

    (313) 393-7128

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