Tuesday, August 28, 2012

US rapper 50 Cent to play Dubai in October

US rapper 50 Cent to play Dubai in October - Arts - ArabianBusiness.com:

 Hip-hop star 50 Cent is perform in Dubai in October.

The 'In da Club' star will headline the Atelier/Festival on Friday 19 October at Meydan.
50 Cent, real name Curtis Jackson, will bring his band G-UNIT, made up of Tony Yayo, Kidd Kidd and Paris.
The rapper was scheduled to perform at a Shoppiesta gig in Dubai last year, but pulled out at the last minute.
He is sure to be joined on the bill a raft of US music stars, following on from the first Atelier festival in April, which featured Ne-Yo, Leona Lewis, Jay Sean, Natasha Bedingfield, Taio Cruz, Skylar Grey, Edward Maya and the Sugababes’ Amelle.
Organisers are expecting up to 20,000 people at the festival to see 50 Cent perform tracks including his latest release 'New Day'.
Atelier founder Mac.S.Far said: “50 Cent is a legend in urban, hip-hop and rap, and is a brand himself. All people of all ages know him and are familiar with his music, which is perfect for this all-ages music festival. Without exaggeration, in my opinion, he is the most popular hip-hop/rap artist that lives.”

Now all of the 50 cent wannabes aka 50 fils can go visit their favorite rapper. If they bring Eminem then all of the wannabe rappers who hang out in Salmiya would have their dreams fulfilled.

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  1. Kim Kardashian is coming to Kuwait for the launch of Millions of Milkshakes at Avenues Phase II this November, she confirmed it on her Twitter account. She seems to have a huge fan base in thus country so she will be doing a meet and greet... its going to be a bigger than when rapper NeYo came here to perform. Since its the first time a popular female celebrity has visited Kuwait. God knows how many people will show up, but early predictions are around 55,000. I wonder how many bodyguards they'll bring.

    Kim will also visit Qatar and Kanye West will most likely accompany her since he's a fan of Qatar. He shot his latest music video there.

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