Hot 97 announces roster of performers for annual Summer Jam event


Amid the rumblings of the halls of iconic Hot 97, the silence was broken this morning when, on the Ebro in the Morning show at 9 a.m., the artists were announced for their annual Summer Jam concert.

Rosenberg, Laura Stylez and Ebro, one after the other, have started reading the freshest talent to reach the legendary stage in years, with a few others who have relentlessly pursued the opportunity, what this new industry required.

As the drill subgenre of hip hop becomes the center of controversy, particularly in New York, Hot 97 pushes the envelope and welcomes Brooklyn native Fivio Foreign, who met Mayor Eric earlier in the year. Adams to talk about the potential influence of music. on street violence, by New York TMZ producer Seleah Simone.

Other artists include the City Girls, Shenseea, DreamDoll, Cordae, B-Lovee, NLE Choppa, Nardo Wick, Yung Bleu and newcomer Saucy Santana who just signed to RCA Records. The unapologetic gay rapper continues to be an example that acceptance isn’t something you earn – it’s expected and given.

As part of popular April releases, Pusha T’s latest album, It’s Almost Dry, will fuel his performance during Summer Jam as a headliner alongside Lil Baby, Burna Boy, Young Thug and Gunna, Lil Durk and Roddy Rich.

Hot 97 digital producer Melissa Gabriel effortlessly led the traffic as talent mingled with legendary DJs, while fielding interview requests from the media – bringing back the golden age of radio where the disc -jockey reigned supreme, and Summer Jam was the crowning jewel of New York hip hop. events; what it still is. Obviously.

Summer Jam takes place this year on June 12 at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, NJ Tickets go on sale Saturday via ticket master and


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