The "Bud Light Party" campaign has been making their way from city to city uniting people with refreshing beers and amazing performances. For the Chicago leg of the tour, the party was held at Joe's Live in Rosemont which included musical performances by rapper/producer Lil Jon and country singer/songwriter Justin Moore.
Lil’ Jon kicked off the latest stop of Bud Light’s 13-city tour by spinning some of the biggest hip-hop and pop tracks out including “All The Way Up” to “I Don’t Care (I Love It)” along with his hits, “Get Low,” “Shots,” “Yeah” and “Turn Down For What which got the crowd dancing. Shortly after, Justin Moore took the stage and serenaded fans to hits from his catalog, including “You Look Like You Need A Drink,” “Small Town USA,” and “Lettin the Night Roll.”
Lil Jon, is an American rapper, songwriter, record producer, entrepreneur, DJ and actor from Atlanta, Georgia. He was the frontman of the group Lil Jon & The East Side Boyz, which he formed in 1997, and they released several albums until 2004. After going solo, he released a new album in 2010 titled Crunk Rock. He was featured on Celebrity Apprentice during its 11th and 13th seasons. - Wikipedia
Before Lil Jon made his way to the stage, we had a chance to chat with him about being the King of Crunk, working with Bud Light and more.
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