Fabolous announced as latest act for "State of Emergency 4" tonight

  /  03.14.2017

Today is “314 Day” in St. Louis and the city is showing it’s pride. Tonight (March 14), one of the Lou’s own, promoter and producer, Loose Cannon Slim will be putting on for his city with the “State of Emergency 4” concert. Gucci Mane, Migos and Jeezy have been announced as four of the “surprise” seven acts taking the stage at the Chaifetz Arena and today one more superstar participant is revealed, Fabolous.

Migos and Jeezy to headline St. Louis’ ‘State of Emergency 4’ concert

Last week, Fab was presented with the key to Brooklyn and a proclamation, on March 9th. The 20th anniversary of the death of The Notorious B.I.G. Fresh off his honors, Loso is heading to St. Louis to grace the stage.

You can watch “State of Emergency 4” live on Revolt.tv/live and on REVOLT starting at 8PM EST tonight.

“I just wanted to bring national awareness to my city, give people something to be excited about and to show the world we can get it in just like any other major city in America,” Loose Cannon Slim told REVOLT. “They definitely will see when they tune in and watch it live on Revolt.”

As for the significance of “314 Day,” Slim explained that “it’s an underground holiday in St. Louis where we celebrate our city and our culture every March 14th by showing love to any and everything St. Louis. The reason why I chose to move ‘State Of Emergency 4’ to that day was to capitalize off of the momentum of the last three years to help it get national attention and create a annual event for St. Louis like ‘Birthday Bash’ in Atlanta, ‘Summer Jam’ in New York, Memorial Day Weekend in Miami. As you can see it worked. After this nobody will be able to dial the 314 area code and not think about this day.”


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