The hip hop artist will be at this year’s Memphis Madness and he will also be performing some of his family friendly tracks.
Rick Ross is going to be one of the biggest celebrities at this Memphis Madness event. This event will open the season for Memphis Tigers Basketball team. Rick Ross will perform some of his hit singles at the huge event.
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And as we know families are going to be there, the organizers will make sure that the tracks don’t have anything outrageous. Josh Pastner who is the head coach of the Tigers Basketball team, said that Rick will make sure to make us all proud.
The coach said that he always loved this mega event because this meant that the basketball season was about to begin. He also said that this is a great event to show our fans to the new members of the squad.
Tigers always have a huge fan following and the new recruits are always amazed by the support for the team at Memphis Madness. Josh told WMC Action news that Rick would be performing at half time.
For the fans we have some great news. The tickets will only cost $5 for every seating section. The tickets are going to be available to the fans from 6th October and you can buy them at gotigersgo.com or you can visit the office at 570 Normal Street, Memphis.
Fans will not be able to buy the tickets at FedEx Forum. The parking is going to cost you $5 at the event. Memphis Madness will start at 5pm (CT) and there will entertainment from the Tiger cheerleaders.
Rick Ross has teamed up with R. Kelly and released his new single ‘Keep Doin That (Rich Bitch)’. Rick Ross’s new album will be available in November. Rick released some of his tracks on the radio so that people would get a taste of his new album.
‘Keep Doin That’ was released on Hot 97 on 2nd October. Last time Rick and R. Kelly collaborated, they made the hit song ‘Speedin’ in 2007.
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