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This Summer Jam certainly didn't disappoint. From the time Wiz Khalifa opened the show to the time Rick Ross closed it, with everyone like Lloyd Banks, the complete Dipset, Busta Rhymes and Lil' Wayne in between, this year's installment of one of the biggest outdoor hip-hop concerts rocked the New Meadowlands Stadium on Sunday. Here are some of the great Summer Jam moments that XXL captured. Enjoy.

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Lloyd Banks took it to Queens with some of his older material, before jumping into more current joints. "Start it Up" definitely rocked the Meadowlands.

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Swizz Beatz performed his single "Coolin,'" before assisting Banks on "Start It Up."

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Donning a Boston Celtics cap, Weezy went to work, performing records both old and new.

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He led the way for "Bed Rock" with the rest of his Young Money family.

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Wayne got more comfortable to perform cuts like "6ft, 7ft" and his new single, "How to Love."

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But Wayne wasn't done just yet.

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Weezy made sure to stick around long enough to rock "If I Die Today" with Rick Ross.

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Rick Ross went through cuts like "If I Die Today," "9 Piece" and even took it back to "Hustlin" during his set, which closed out Summer Jam.

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The ultimate showdown, Diddy helped Ross close out the concert by performing his verse on Waka Flocka's "O Let's Do It," before watching the Boss hit the crowd with "BMF"