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One step away
June 8, 2024

JMBLYA 2018 – Houston, Texas

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Jack Harlow, an artist out of Lousiana, was JMBLYA Houston’s opening performer after artist, Killy skipped out on his Houston performance.

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  • Rapper ‘Cozz’ was Sunday’s second performer, performing songs off of his 2018 album ‘Effective’. Cozz is signed with J. Cole’s Dreamville Records.

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  • Florida rapper Ski Mask The Slump God was also in attendance at Sunday’s JMBLYA festival.

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  • Ski Mask The Slump God performs his hit song ‘BabyWipe’ for the Houston crowd.

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  • 18-year-old Trippie Redd performs ‘Bust Down’. The song currently has over 49.9 million plays on Spotify.

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  • Trippie Redd jumps mid-air at JMBLYA 2018 in Houston.

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  • JMBLYA 2018 – Houston.

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  • Atlanta rapper, Playboi Carti arrived on stage wearing a bright green hoodie to compliment the colorful visual graphics background on the JMBLYA stage.

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  • Playboi Carti dances while performing his hit single, ‘Magnolia’ for the JMBLYA Houston crowd.

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  • JMBLYA 2018 – Houston.

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  • Atlanta’s T.I. attended the JMBLYA Houston festival as a last second replacement for rapper Kevin Gates.

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  • T.I. performed singles spanning from his newest music to some of his first songs to hit the radio.

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  • Atlanta rapper Young Thug also performed on Sunday, his act served as a replacement for singer Cardi B., who is currently pregnant.

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  • Young Thug performed songs from his 2015 album, ‘Barter 6’ along with a few of his newer singles.

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  • Platinum artist, J. Cole points to a crowd of thousands while performing singles off of his newest album, K.O.D..

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  • By the time of J. Cole’s performance, the crowd had grown from just a collection of fans near the stages to nearly half of the park being occupied by fans watching Cole’s performance. 

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  • Following rumors of tension between J. Cole and Florida artist, Lil Pump, Cole quieted the crowd uttering, “Don’t say that” as members of the crowd began to chant “F*** Lil Pump”.

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  • JMBLYA 2018: J. Cole

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  • JMBLYA 2018 – Houston.

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  • During the live performance of his new single, ‘1985’, Cole switched to a completely a cappella freestyle of the song. 

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  • As the JMBLYA 2018 headliner, J. Cole closed out his performance by professing his appreciation for all of his fans in Houston.

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