E-40: Bay Area Rap Star at the Grove of Anaheim
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The last date listed for Rapper E-40 was Saturday May 8, 2010 / 8:00pm.
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Known for enduring radio hits like "Why Can't We Be Friends," "Cisco Kid," "Spill the Wine" and "Low Rider," legendary California band War has combined rock, funk, jazz, Latin music, R&B and reggae to sell tens of millions of albums in their more than four-decade career. War's lyrics may often be political in nature, but their music has always retained the laid-back vibe of their Southern California roots. The enduring band has been honored with 17 gold, platinum or multi-platinum awards since its formation in 1969. Renowned for their brilliant, high-energy live shows, the funk-rock legends headline the City National Grove of Anaheim. Learn More
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Featured review from HectorC
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Show was supposed to start at 8:30 pm but E-40 didn't come on stage until close to midnight! Had to stand through about 3 hours of openers. It got so bad that the crowd starting booing and throwing objects at the stage. I should have asked for my money back. Bought these tickets as a bday gift for one of my buddies but it was no doubt the WORST concert I have ever been to.
Quotes & Highlights
- "E-40 has remained relevant in the tumultuous rap world since the 1980s due to his supreme lyricism.” --Los Angeles Times
E-40 is a rap innovator, a business-savvy tycoon and one of the music industry’s most consistent success stories. He is probably best known as a slang creator, a man whose distinctive gift of gab gets lifted and used in the rhymes of Jay-Z, Snoop Dogg and others. Now, the man with the terrific tongue returns with his most polished product to date, the imaginatively titled The Ball Street Journal.
Given his status as a rap music and rap business pioneer, E-40 justifiably kicks off The Ball Street Journal with “Ambassador.” Here, over a ridiculously catchy Rick Rock beat complete with a choice Digable Planets sample, 40 Water gives a Cliff’s Notes version of his musical legacy. “What I’ve done over 20 years defies logic,” he says. “I’ve got a chance to see cats come and go. It’s not normal for somebody to be in the game this long and to still be able to keep up with the Joneses, or to do better than the Joneses. I’m OG, but I’m still current and cold. Let me tell those who don’t know how long I’ve been in the game, what I’ve established and see how I’ve paved the way for those that are rapping now.”