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LL Cool J performed hip-hop history at New Orleans Jazz Fest

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LL Cool J has infiltrated so many mediums - television, motion pictures, radio - he is concerned some people may additionally no longer even be aware of he obtained his birth in song. "You seen me on suggests," he observed to an audience member he introduced onto the New Orleans Jazz Fest's Congo rectangular Stage Friday evening (may additionally four), "however you doubtless didn't comprehend I might rap."
The fan, it's going to be spoke of, become a bit boy no taller than LL Cool J's belt. the majority of the leisure of the viewers was considerably older and looked completely prevalent with the rapper's parade of hits.  
LL Cool J has cracked 50 and wasn't making an attempt to hide it ("i am proud to be a dinosaur!"). It helps that he appears as he has for decades: hands like a linebacker's, dimples like croissants and a gold braided chain the size of a water moccasin. 
Backed with the aid of the virtuosic DJ Z-trip, he opened with a livid "Mama said Knock You Out," the title song to an album that, regardless of the rapper's noted protestation ("don't name it a comeback!"), was viewed as a comeback. He became simplest 22, and already a rap elder, when it got here out.  
The songs that adopted testified to his prowess, which is additionally his outstanding area. "Jack the Ripper" and "i'm dangerous," like most of Cool J's premium cloth, are concerned with the lyrical points of this prowess, the place "Doin' It" worried the explanations his name is brief for women Love Cool James. This part of the reveal climaxed with the immortal "I can not reside without My Radio," Cool J's reply to "Johnny Be Goode."
The rest of the show turned into structured to handle the issue of now not being in a position to healthy all of Cool J's hits, plus contextual hip hop background, into 70 minutes. The answer became a long medley that, this being hip-hop, appropriately played like sonic collage.
Cool and Z-trip benefit from the rapport of two lengthy-collaborating horn players, and the sound flattered the dj's mix-making mastery. a few verses of EPMD's "Rampage" bled right into a shout-rap quote of Public Enemy's "Louder Than a Bomb" bled right into a pastiche of James Brown clips, courtesy of Z-commute, which served as a soundtrack for four young ruin dancers.
From there, Cool J, now dripping in sweat, ran via his own hits, however most effective snippets: some crowd-desirable bars of "Goin again to Cali"; a blast of "i need a Beat"; deep-grooving snatches from "The Boomin' device" and "Milky Cereal"; simply enough of "Mr. respectable Bar" to fit in his dopest opt for-up line ("You bought a man? that is somethin' we are able to focus on/he is wise satisfactory to have ya, however dumb adequate to let ya out").
The display served as a kind of trailer for the artist's new traditional rap radio reveal, "LL Cool J's Rock the Bells," on SiriusXM (he plugged it a number of instances), but now not at the cost of showmanship.
Ruminating on the lyrics of a famous infamous B.I.G. music, which he quoted following a mash-up of his own boudoir jams ("i would like Love" and "hello Lover"), Cool J addressed the younger boy, now back in the audience, who he'd nicknamed Shorty Rap: "Let your mother elevate you. Let rap information entertain you."
whether the moment was rehearsed didn't be counted. by means of that point, it wasn't only women who have been loving Cool James. 


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