Curren$y, Vado, Sean Price & Rich Hil Shut Down Famous Factory Show [With Pics & Videos]

The Famous Factory’s new live series kicked off in Brooklyn on May 28 with performances by Duck Down rap vet Sean Price, Tommy Hilfiger’s rapping son Rich Hil, Cam’ron’s new protégé Vado and 2009 XXL Freshman Curren$y. The show, put together in association with hip-hop mover and shaker Sickamore also featured performances by Push Montana and Najee.

Sponsored by okayplayer.com, Decon and Coat of Arms, this Famous Factory Show which took place at Williamsburg’s Public Assembly was the first of a monthly series of shows across the country for ages 16 and up. See pictures and video from the event below.

Details on the next show coming soon. —Brooklyne Gipson


Push Montana

Sean Price

Rich Hil

Vado

Curren$y

Turn to page 2 for pictures from the show. Photos courtesy of Brook Robbins

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  • http://xxlmag.com yunggee

    Sean P rocked dat shit….. P!!!!

  • SupaDupa_Interlude

    JETS!!! Where havent we been yet?

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  • TheGodDJ

    Sickamore! You still robbin niggas for consulting money?? I ain’t know you was alive homey

  • PdubKing

    vado da best out of all those niggaz

    • mark45

      vado is far from the best. he just became cam’ron’s son so he’s getting a good push. put him on a track with PUSH! and he’ll get bodied.

  • http://xxlmag.com yunggee

    i cud tell p dub n mark dont kno shit bout hiphop. them niggas aight but sean p catalogue too much for dem young niggas. dat nigga wud body all dem niggas…

  • http://xxlmag.com BZ

    Co-sign with yunggee PPking needs to turn his computer off and shoot himself in the ears!

  • Anonymous

    sean p all day

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