As Rolling Loud gears up for its second leg of the year in Miami, the coveted festival has recruited some of the biggest Hip-Hop superstars for its three-day festival in the U.S. Slated to go down from July 21 to July 23 this summer, Rolling Loud will feature performances by marquee rap artists and record producers across the three days.
Reportedly, the festival will be headlined by the “Popular” rapper Playboi Carti, Houston’s Travis Scott and Harlem’s A$ap Rocky alongside special guests Kodak Black, 21 Savage, and Lil Uzi Vert.
Further, London’s hard-hitting emcee Central Cee, ‘Brown Boy’ Nav, Lil Yachty, Rae Sremmurd, Don Toliver, NLE Choppa, Coi Leray, Ice Spide, Key Glock, the “Off The Grid” emcee Fivio Foreign, Freddie Gibbs, Offset and more are at this year’s catalogue of artists performing at the Miami leg of Rolling Loud.
Check out the massive line-up for Rolling Loud, Miami this summer here.
Notably, Hip-Hop superproducer Metro Boomin and Atlanta’s rap pioneer Future won’t be performing at Rolling Loud Miami this year. Perhaps, the artists are busy working on their debut joint LP slated to arrive later this year.
Earlier this summer, Indian pop and R&B superstar Diljit Dosanjh debuted at Coachella. Besides Dosanjh, Boomin, Burna Boy and Frank Ocean performed some of their most influential pieces of rap music in California at the time.
Rolling Loud Miami arrives amidst high anticipation for new music from rap’s biggest superstars. Reportedly, Travis Scott’s “Utopia”, Lil Uzi Vert’s “The Pink Tape” and A$ap Rocky’s “Don’t Be Dumb” is slated to drop later this year.
Besides the upcoming releases, various artists will be performing their hard-hitting rap LPs released earlier this year in front of a massive crowd. This includes “Cottonwood 2” by NLE Choppa, “Almost Healed” by Lil Durk, “Love Sick” by Don Toliver, “Spilt Decision’ by Central Cee and “Let’s Start Here” by Lil Yachty.
Look out for Rolling Loud Miami this summer.
Since you’re here, check out some of the hardest live sets at Rolling Loud California below.