The Brooklyn Hip-Hop Festival hosted several, unique events this past weekend, but nothing compared to the main show. The concert brought out some legendary artists as well as some new ones. While rising acts like Lion Babe and YC The Cynic took the stage during the day, major emcees like Mobb Deep, Skyzoo, Charles Hamilton, Freeway, Consequence, and Common rocked the mic until sundown. Check out some exclusive footage and photos from the Brooklyn Hip-Hop Festival after the jump!

The Brooklyn Hip Hop Festival has a habit of bringing out the best in hip-hop. Throughout the day, fans were able to enjoy the sounds of upcoming acts like John Robinson, Stro, YC The Cynic, and more as they checked out all the different vendors. Hip Hop Nation’s Torae held it down as the official host of the show and introduced several acts like his partner-in-rhyme Skyzoo, who performed several tracks off his new album Music For My Friends.

Afterwards, Charles Hamilton hit the stage played some dope notes from the keyboard. As the show continued, Philly’s own Freeway, Consequence, Psycho Les of the Beanuts, and Large Professor all had the crowd going wild once they took over the mic, especially those who were basking in the classic nostalgia of the golden age of hip-hop.

Later on, Mobb Deep kept the nostalgia alive by performing their classics like “Eye For An Eye,” “Hell On Earth,” and of course “Shook Ones.” By nightfall, the crowd craved the concert’s headliner Common. The Chicago native hit the stage and instantly had fans in an uproar as he performed tracks like “Kingdom,” “The Corner,” “Testify,” “I Used To Love H.E.R.” and “The Light.” He also shocked the audience by bringing out Foxxy Brown to perform her verse in “Ain’t No N*gga” and “Oh Yeah.”

Check out the gallery for some exclusive photos and press play below to see some of the major performances of the day.

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