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West Virginia’s Roll Out Music Fest with live performances by LUDACRIS, T.I., and YING YANG TWINS

LUDACRIS is a rapper and actor from Atlanta, Georgia, known for his boisterous lyrics and "Dirty South" sound. He made his mainstream breakthrough in 2000 with his second album, Back for the First Time, and has since become a label boss, restaurateur and philanthropist, while still releasing music. He is also a regular in the Fast and the Furious film franchise.

TIP “T.I.” HARRIS is a GRAMMY Award-winning recording artist who has left an indelible mark on the world of music and pop culture. Having sold over 10 million albums in the US alone, Tip remains an influential figure in the world of music and entertainment. He is the founding executive of Grand Hustle Records, the owner of two successful, urban clothing brands Akoo and Hustle Gang. In 2016, Tip became an artist-owner of the global streaming service, TIDAL, alongside Jay Z, Beyonce’, Rihanna and others. Tip’s business interests and portfolio now stretches across a variety of sectors including real estate development, lifestyle, technology and sports, to name a few.

YING YANG TWINS are an American hip-hop duo consisting of Kaine (born Eric Jackson) and D-Roc . The group debuted in 2000 and rose to mainstream popularity in 2003 collaborating with Britney Spears on her album In the Zone and with Lil Jon on "Get Low". In 2004 and 2005, Ying Yang Twins became more popular with party singles "Salt Shaker", "Wait (The Whisper Song)", "Shake" and "Badd". They have received notoriety for their song "Halftime (featuring Homebwoi)" which is played at New Orleans Saints home games after most touchdowns. In 2008, the hip-hop duo released The Official Work mixtape. In 2009, they followed with their Ying Yang Forever mixtape. Just three months later, the duo released Legendary Status: Ying Yang Twins Greatest Hits. As recently as 2013, the Ying Ying Twins released Ass in Session and Twurk or Die mixtape.

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