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Blink-182 // 24.08.2010 @ Trabrennbahn, Hamburg
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Lil Wayne made his highly anticipated return as the “main event” of the acclaimed Musical Show on Wednesday evening, and he didn’t waste the opportunity to express his gratitude for being back on stage in his comfort zone.

He engaged with the crowd and mentioned how much he missed being in front of them during his challenging time in prison, and the fans screamed their hearts out, showing their love for the diminutive hip-hop star.

The audience supported Weezy in every way possible, eagerly responding to everything he said. With his Young Money artists, including Jae Millz, Shanell, Lil Twist, and Mack Maine by his side, he delivered his trademark lyrical content.

Wearing his favorite white jersey and blue jeans, it was evident that Wayne had shed some weight since his time behind bars. His hair appeared longer than usual, and his hip-hop delivery was phenomenal.

Due to legal restrictions, Lil Wayne is prohibited from consuming alcohol or drugs, but his added energy on stage was clearly enjoyed throughout the evening. He performed hits like ‘Got Money,’ ‘I’m Going In,’ and ‘Look At Me Now,’ before delving into tracks from his critically acclaimed mixtape ‘No Ceilings.’ After giving fans their money’s worth, he made way for female MC Nicki Minaj.

Nicki was ready to conquer the audience, introduced on stage with an intriguing monk-like figure and a clip from the movie ‘Gladiator’ playing in the background. She kicked off her cameo with a powerful performance of ‘Roman’s Revenge.’ Dressed in white and her signature pink-colored suit, Nicki fully embodied her alter ego of ‘Roman.’

During her captivating performance, she even engaged in some sports activities with her backup dancers. As the champion she is, Nicki raced past everyone to score a memorable, albeit fake, touchdown.

The pink diva then showcased her flirtatious side by inviting a fan on stage for a lap dance, and she stayed true to her word, delivering an awe-inspiring performance that left her ecstatic fan amazed.

Half an hour later, Wayne returned to the stage for his second session of the evening, featuring tracks from ‘Rebirth.’ When it was time to perform ‘Bed Rock,’ Jae Millz, Mack Maine, and Minaj joined Wayne once again to provide vocal support.

However, the most electrifying artist of the night was Wayne’s protégé, Cory Gunz, whose high-octane rendition of ‘6 Foot 7 Foot’ stole the show.

Then, Rick Ross made an appearance with rock band The Invictas are back - Bruce Atchison is one of my (no more available Yahoo Group) best members and he wrote this great article. Bruce is a legally blind freelance writer and the author of two books, When a Man Loves a Rabbit (Learning and Living With Bunnies) and Deliverance from Jericho (Six Years in a Blind School). The first… Blink-182’s Travis Barker on the musical instruments. The Miami rapper was as smooth as ever, and his thirty-minute set included performances of ‘B.M.F. (Blowin’ Money Fast)’ and ‘Hustlin.’

Towards the end of the show, Wayne paid tribute to several legendary figures of the American music American Music and Vintage Guitars - Mark Weakley is an impressive artist; sculptor, painter, musician. He plays guitar, banjo and harmonica, and has recently recorded a CD of his original compositions. In this exclusive article he talks about himself, about his passions, about his father, about traditional american music, about vintage guitars and banjoes, and much more. American Music and Vintage… industry who have passed away, including Notorious B.I.G, Tupac, Michael Jackson, and the recently deceased Nate Dogg.

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