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Big Boi, Slick Rick and More Set For Rock The Bells Cruise

The 'Rock The Bells Cruise: A Hip-Hop Experience' Lineup Is Here

The lineup for Rock The Bells Cruise: A Hip-Hop Experience has been announced, and it is stacked.

Hosted by Hip-Hop icon Roxanne Shanté and journalist/cultural critic/TV personality Touré the cruise will feature a slew of high-profile live performances and DJ sets. Rick Ross, Lil Jon, Big Boi, DJ Jazzy Jeff, MC Lyte, Ghostface Killah, Trina & Trick Daddy, Just Blaze, Big Daddy Kane, Too $hort, Slick Rick, DJ Spinderella, Mannie Fresh, Pete Rock, DJ Quik, Rah Digga, EPMD, Bun B, Bahamadia, Grandmaster Caz, DJ Scratch, The Finisher Mister Cee, DJ EPPS, DJ Nina 9, Grandmaster Dee, Technician The DJ, and DJ Critical Hype, will all be on board for live performances. As if that weren't enough, world-renowned party rocker Kid Capri will also be presenting the pool deck party series.

"How could I not Rock the Boat with the Goat? LL COOL J’s Rock The Bells keep the culture afloat. Please believe it,” Roxanne Shanté, host of Rock The Bells radio's Have a Nice Day, said.

Hip-Hop legend Too $hort, who hosts Don't Stop Rappin on Rock The Bells radio said he's excited about the chance to make history. “Rock The Bells is Hip-Hop History, and they’re working to MAKE history!” he said.

The first-of-its-kind cruise will launch in partnership with Sixthman and is setting sail in celebration of the 50th anniversary of Hip-Hop. The immersive five-day Hip-Hop experience will take place aboard the Norwegian Pearl, with Hip-Hop culture taking over every corner of the ship — from themed parties to MC & DJ battles, rap karaoke, live podcasts, movie screenings, masterclasses, custom grillz, tattoos, food, sports, and more.

Yes, the cruise is technically sold-out but don't fret — you can still sign up for the waiting list, where rooms are being offered as they become available.

The cruise will set sail from Miami to the Bahamas from November 13 - 17, 2023. Head over to rockthebellscruise.com for more details and updates.

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