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Made in America: Maybach Music Group

The festival found its Saturday identity, which is, by and large, a hip hop one, when Maybach Music took the Rocky Stage, at 3:30.

Made in America: Maybach Music Group

Meek Mill (left) and Wale (right) of  Maybach Music Group perorm at Made in America on September 1, 2012.  ( MICHAEL S. WIRTZ / Staff Photographer ) August 31, 2012.
Meek Mill (left) and Wale (right) of Maybach Music Group perorm at Made in America on September 1, 2012. ( MICHAEL S. WIRTZ / Staff Photographer ) August 31, 2012.

The festival found its Saturday identity, which is, by and large, a hip hop one, when Maybach Music took the Rocky Stage, at 3:30.

Along with his cohorts - D.C. lyricist Wale and Philadelphia social media savvy street rapper Meek Mill -the 300 pound Ross specializes in bass heavy growling bangers that might be seriously menacing of they weren't so irresistibly catchy. The young, multi-racial ready-to-party crowd found their feet along with the bearded rapper - who, sorry to say, did not take his shirt off - as he testified to everyday "Hustling'," and paid tribute to Jay-Z, who he said gave him his first record deal.

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Dan DeLuca Inquirer Music Critic
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