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  • Writer's pictureCharles Luberisse

Jelly Roll Performs Hip Hop Hits At Country-Themed Stagecoach Festival

Source: TMZ


Jelly Roll put a new spin on the country-themed Stagecoach Festival Friday night, cranking out a few rap songs while also bringing out T-Pain to add even more spice to the performance.

T-Pain then strolled onstage and sang a medley of his rap tunes, which included his hit "Buy U a Drank." Pain and JR also rolled out their cover of the late Toby Keith's "Should've Been A Cowboy."

Then it was Jelly's turn to show his hip hop chops, plunging into several rap classics from Biz Markie's "Just a Friend" to DMX's "Ruff Riders' Anthem" to Eminem's "Lose Yourself."

Gotta say -- pretty bold move by Jelly to pull out the hip hop hits at a country festival, but he pulled it off pretty nicely. The other special guests who separately performed with Jelly were Ernest and country duo Maddie & Tae.

Meanwhile, Eric Church made a huge splash at the festival later that night, but for all the wrong reasons. About 15 minutes into his show, a bunch of concertgoers reportedly left the venue disappointed over his slow acoustic set ... and the reactions online haven't been great.

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