Rock The Bells 2012 Lineup Announced, Includes Nas, Missy Elliott & Timbaland, Kendrick Lamar, Ice Cube

Exclusive: This year's bill includes 2 Chainz, Wiz Khalifa, Slick Rick, Big Daddy Kane, Salt-N-Pepa, Murs & Fashawn and more. Exclusive interview with GU and Rock the Bells head, Chang Weisberg included.

For 2012, Rock the Bells continues its tradition of highlighting new talent in Hip Hop while honoring revered artists of the past. Last night, the official 2012 lineup was announced, as it usually is, by Supernatural who freestyled the bill. However, this time, Supernat was accompanied by DJ Quik’s impromptu beat boxing [pictured]. 

The lineup includes an array of Hip Hop acts from various regions and eras. Nas, 2 Chainz, Atmosphere, Kendrick Lamar, J. Cole, Naughty By Nature and Missy Elliot and Timabaland have been added to this year’s roster, joining the likes of Kid Cudi, Salt-N-Pepa, Wiz Khalifa and Murs and Fashawn.

For the first time in its nine years, Rock the Bells will be a two-day festival. Dates are set for August 19 and 20 in San Bernardino, California. The event will then go through Mountain View, California on August 25 and 26 before heading to Holmdel, New Jersey on the 1st and 2nd of September.  

Initial reports included Lupe Fiasco as a scheduled performer on the bill. However, since the announcement, Fiasco has said he will not be at Rock the Bells. According to his Twitter account, Fiasco said that his inclusion on the bill was a “typo.” The full lineup is included at the end of this article.

At the announcement event, Chang Weisberg, head of Guerilla Union and Rock the Bells, spoke with HipHopDX about how this year’s festival will continue the tradition that has been integral to the franchise for nearly a decade. He explained how Rock the Bells has been able to create many connections between emcees, from notable reunions between Rage Against the Machine and A Tribe Called Quest to collaborations like Snoop Dogg and Wiz Khalifa. He also shared much more about hologram rumors, unity within Hip Hop and discussed why he feels Rock the Bells has become similar to a church. 

HipHopDX: Each year, artistic camaraderie seems to be the greatest theme with Rock the Bells. What have been some of the best connections that you’ve seen made, some of the greatest collaborations that you’ve seen made because of Rock the Bells?

Chang Weisberg: Wow. Just off the top, when you ask that, I think about when I was sitting down, having a discussion with Snoop Dogg’s camp. They had never met Wiz Khalifa. I said, “You guys have to get down with this kid, Wiz Khalifa.” They were like, “Yo, we’ve had other people tell us that.” I was like, “No, for real. At Rock the Bells, I’m gonna walk Snoop overand introduce you guys because I think it would be an amazing combination. I think they’ve got like the number one hit in the country this year. That’s kind of cool. Things like that, when I see that happen, it’s pretty awesome.

DX: Now you’ve also got Murs and Fashawn making a connection on this year’s lineup.

Chang Weisberg: Oh yeah, yeah, Murs and Fashawn. I mean, there’s so much. That was just one example. I think Nas wanting to bring out Lauryn [Hill] for “If I Ruled the World” was a crazy combination on stage.  That was a personal dream come true, to see that happen for them. I just know how much it means to them and to do it on that stage. That’s always special, to see stuff like that.

DX: For people to look past personal issues, it almost feels they’re doing it for something that’s bigger than them…

Chang Weisberg: Yup. That’s the number one theme there, brother.

DX: What do you think it is about Rock the Bells that makes it big enough for people to put aside whatever qualms they might have?

Chang Weisberg: It’s real simple. Rock the Bells, at this point, is kind of like church. People come to church willing to be humbled; they come to church looking for some salvation and the opportunity to maybe even repent or confess or to be proud and to sing. So, I just tell everybody, at the end of the day, if this is the moment you feel in your life that you’re ready to submit to the fans, with all the history here, you’ve got a lot to live up to. It’s a challenge in away but it’s also an invitation. So, there’s a lot of venting that goes on but everybody knows that it’s in the right spirit, to do it for the right reasons and not the wrong reasons.

DX: What’s been the greatest example of that?

Chang Weisberg: I can think of some examples. [A] Tribe [Called Quest,] Pharcyde, Wu-Tang [Clan], Rage [Against the Machine], Bone [Thugs-N-Harmony], Missy [Elliot] and Timbaland. There wasn’t really any issue there but it just has been awhile so it’s like, at the end of the day, they’re doing it for fans.

DX: Speaking of Missy, that’s an interesting addition to the bill. You have Atmosphere, Kendrick Lamar, Missy and 2 Chainz. For a while, it seemed Hip Hop was divided into groups and sub-groups more often than not. Rock the Bells is providing a sense of unity there this year more than in any other.

Chang Weisberg: Ultimately, I think every artist comes to be a part of Rock the Bells. It’s the whole Hip Hop summer camp feel. I think people really disarm themselves when they come to Rock the Bells. Whatever the issues might be prior to stepping into our facility, it’s like you walk into a room and you’re like, “Hey, there’s Ghostface, Method Man, Q-Tip,Ice Cube!” So you kind of turn artists back into fans. I think that’s when that magic hits them in the heart.

DX: Right, but there’s another part to the unity. That’s unity within people that maybe otherwise wouldn’t have had that but this question was referring to the unity amongst subgenres and groups within Hip Hop.

Chang Weisberg: Oh! I think when you look at all the veins that Hip Hop is about, there’s Rock music, Punk Rock, Metal, and Speed Metal, Alternative, Grunge, whatever you want to call it. You can still talk to somebody like Mac Miller. If you ask him, “What was your inspiration?” He would tell you Wu-Tang. If you talk to Wiz Khalifa, he would tell you it’s Bone Thugs N Harmony. If you talk to Atmoshere, [Slug] will tell you KRS-One.  So, again, you can’t move forward without respecting those who’ve laid it out for you. So, Paid Dues and Rock the Bells is a collision of that. Whether it’s Yo Gabba Gabba! or Atmosphere or J. Cole, it all comes together here. Good music is good music. I don’t see lines so I ask everybody to drop that. No one has ever said, “I’m not gonna perform because that’s not my type of Hip Hop.”

DX: This lineup may be a manifestation of that. You may have 2 Chainz fans who’ve never heard of Atmosphere and vice versa.

Chang Weisberg: Absolutely. No doubt.

DX: Every year, there seems to be a new part of your ultimate Rock the Bells dream. Every year, a new part of it is revealed, it seems. What part of the ultimate dream is Rock the Bells 2012?

Chang Weisberg: [Laughing] Yeah, we’re into year number nine so this is the ninth chapter of that dream. I don’t know if we have twelve, fifteen or just ten. I’m just thankful for this right now. Tomorrow’s not guaranteed. That’s a big theme. I didn’t bring it up in the launch party [press conference] because I wanted to keep it on the lighthearted tip but I’m not going to ever be able to work with the Beastie Boys [due to MCA’s recent passing]. So, I’m in a hurry to work with anybody. I’m honored, at the end of the day. So, I’ll just keep dreaming and keep having these parties.

DX: But it also seems like it’s not just a part of the ultimate dream; it feels like that’s also what’s been revealed to you up to that moment.

Chang Weisberg: Yeah, exactly. Absolutely. I’m a manifestation of the energy around me. At the end of the day, speaking with a lot of people who are near and dear to my heart, the bill kind of comes together on its own. I just kind of help facilitate it.

DX: There were some winks and nods about technology earlier [alluding to the recent holographic images used during Coachella 2012]. Can you speak to that a little bit?

Chang Weisberg: You know what? I was at Coachella. What Dr. Dre did with Tupac was amazing. It was like the number one topic of conversation. Specifically, people were like, “Wow! Think about what you can do, Chang!” I was like, “You know what? I’m going to try to focus on the here and now and whoever is breathing at the moment.” We’ve got a lot of work to do. As technology catches up, we’re not going to shy way from it but I’m not just going to run to it because somebody else did it. I’m very respectful of that, though. It was an amazing performance. I don’t want to downplay that.

DX: There’s something to be said about Rock the Bells standing apart.

Chang Weisberg: Absolutely. Somebody mentioned Rock the Bells in the same breath as Coachella. Wow. I have such respect for Coachella but at the end of the day, Rock the Bells is Rock the Bells. Coachella is Coachella. We’re just thankful to have it. Really, I’m that thankful that there’s a ninth year. There will be a year when there isn’t a Rock the Bells and me and you are going to talk like, “Remember when?” That will happen. I’m not so full of myself to think [this will go on forever]. Rock the Bells probably won’t be forever so I’m going to enjoy it while it’s happening.

The lineup is listed below, along with Rock the Bells dates/locations.

ROCK THE BELLS 2012 FESTIVAL SERIES ARTISTS

2 Chainz*

ASAP Rocky*

Atmosphere*

Big Daddy Kane

Bone Thugs-N-Harmony

Deltron 303

Dipset

DJ Lance Rock and Friends

DJ Quik

E-40 and Too Short*

Eligh, Grouch and Zion I

Fashawn

Hit Squad Reunion

Ice Cube

Immortal Technique

J Cole*

Kendrick Lamar*

Kid Cudi*

Mac Miller*

Missy Elliott and Timbaland

Murs

Nas

Naughty By Nature

Prodigy

Redman and Method Man

Salt-N-Pepa

Schoolboy Q

Slick Rick 

Supernatural

RZA

Tyga

Watsky

Wiz Khalifa*

Yelawolf

Dom Kennedy

* notes performance on select dates only 

Hosted by:

RZA + Supernatural

ROCK THE BELLS 2012 FESTIVAL SERIES DATES & VENUES:

08/19 – 08/20   San Bernardino, CA – NOS Events Center

08/25 – 08/26   Mountain View, CA – Shoreline Amphitheatre

09/01 – 09/02   Holmdel, NJ – PNC Arts Center

RELATED: Rock The Bells 2011 Kick Off With Nas, Mobb Deep, Ms. Lauryn Hill, Slaughterhouse & More

64 Comments

  • Valerie

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  • dj nemesis

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  • FuKKK RiKKK Ross

    Gaybach music needs to be stopped. FuKKK RiKKK Ross.

    • FUCK SHADY

      FUCK EMINEM HES LABEL SHOULD DIE -WIGGER - ITS ALL ABOUT MMG AND YOUNG MONEY CASH MONEY AND MORE WE BLACKS RUN MUSIC

  • ill

    Everyone Check my Touch The Sky Remix: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6RciMpHzk7U

  • ETK

    Wow man, Bone Thugs... Kendrick Lamar, Nas, RZA, Ice Cube, Immortal Tech, Kid Cudi, Method Man/Redman... Why the fuck are people whining for? Why does anyone expect a flawless lineup at a festival, I can live with 2 Chains making like two songs if there gon be all those niggas

  • Anonymous

    Nas is the co-founder and owner of rock the bells. BOSS NIGGER.

  • JC

    Why no NEW YORK event??? There are definitely so wack ass artists also. 2 Chainz WTF??!?

  • Anonymous

    N A S = G O A T

  • Obama

    Yes the pairing does not make sense....one minute am appreciating true lyricism with the likes of Nas, Immortal Technique then next a nigga shouting not even rhyming just yelling about his gold diamond chainz, 17 inch gold rims, bank account like fat albert....this fucks up a state of mind son...underground heads will be bored to their skull listening to 2 Chainz and its actually one sided not as mentioned by Hip HP DX on the question that underground who aint heard of 2 Chainz...we know 2Chains coz he all over radio, internet, tv and magazines but 2 Chain fans don't know Immortal Technique coz they brain washed by MTV, Hot 97 and XXL that 2 Chainz is the sicket mc ryt now

  • Alcatraz

    from rock the bells to rock the cash... commercializing the movement now huh? if so, then do Lupe Fiasco, Eminem and many other dope commercial lyricist...i have lost respect for this bullshit gotta start a new movement now, and call it, 'Rock The Mic' and call on Rakim, Krs-One, Big Daddy Kane, Kool G Rap, Vast Aire, The Last Emperor, Nas, AZ, Royce Da 5'9, Crooked I, Pharoah Monch, Chino XL, Willie da Kid, GZA, Masta Killah, Slick Rick, Talib Kweli, Mos Def, Common, Q-Tip, The Roots, Black Thought, Mc Lyte, Lady of Rage, Jean Grae, Ras Kass, Kurupt, Spice 1, Charles Hamilton, Asher Roth, Canibus, Chief Kumachi, Jedi Mind Tricks, Wisemen, Canibal Ox, Dizaster, Elzhi, Obie Trice, Scarface, Busta Rhymes, Jadakiss, Ludacris, Beanie Sigel, RZA, Ghostface, Killah Priest, Joel Ortiz, Lost Boyz, Bone Thugs yes, Atmosphere, Aesop, Cypress Hill, Mack 10, Ice Cube, Slum Village, and many other dope lyricist Who's with me on this?

  • Anonymous

    People crying about the line up are the problem with Hip Hop today and the reason it is dying.

  • RTJ00

    Wow this is fucking amazing! All styles of rap and Hip Hop on the same stage. Thats a good fucking look! Real talk! Anyone saying that it is bad having some decent mainstream artist on it are the problem with Hip Hop and need to stop with that bullshit, Hip Hop is about unity you dumb fuck so by dissing others for not being "real Hip Hop" you are fucking Hip Hop up. Get with it!

    • Anonymous

      Yes you can mainstream artist but not wack ass ones...balance the equation by lining up equally talented mc's - how do you justfiy an Immortal Technique (underground), and 2 Chainz (mainstream)? if it underground lyricist than match it with mainstream lyricist like Lupe, Wayne, Asher Roth, Nas is already atleast

  • The_Observer

    FUCK ROCK THE BELLS - THE LAST REAL THING TO HIP HOP HAS BEEN DESTROYED WITH BRINGING WIZ KHALIF, MACK MILLER, KID CUDI, 2 CHAINZ, MISSY, TIMBALAND AND WHAT NEXT???? WATCH THIS SPACE, NEXT YEAR IT WILL BE DIGGY, CHRIS BROWN, TYGA, JUSTIN BIEBER, MEEK MILL, JD, NICKI MINAJ, LITTLE MAMA, WILL SMITH, 3 SIX MAFIA, TRINA, AND ALL THESE OTHER CORNY ASS RAPPERS JUST COZ THEY GET SPINS IN THE RADIO, & MTV MAN, AM SO FUCKEEEEEEEEEEN DISAPPOINTED @ ROCK THE BELLS THIS YEAR NO MATTER THEY FLIPPEN REASON GO FUCK YOURSELF ROCK THE BELLS - GO FUCKEN ROCK SANTAS BELLS YOU COMMERCIAL BULLSHITTING US NOW

    • B-boy Wiz

      This is the truth, they barley got respect with the streets, and I mean the good side of the streets. They paid no DUES! Not to mention where's their history in HIP HOP? Do they know the art forms history? ask these guys to name the elements I guarantee they will say breakdancers instead of B-boyz (cuz they were brought up from media) Let them battle on stage or in the crowd and cypha, take it back how bout dat, or are their careers on the line for marketing their sexual image? If These artists "are living Hip Hop then battle on the MIC already against someone in the audience. The vibe is going to change for this concert that's for sure unless these mediums start giving back to us in these concerts, us means HIP HOPPAS. Stop contaminating our ears with bad frequency's.

  • The_Observer

    This some corny ass list...guess Rock the Bells has stake holders now pressuring them for profits therefore you gotta put them 2Chainz in the mix....how awkward it is, one minute you bopping your head to Nas, then next come 2Chainz?.....fuck, corny corny corny list...where is Canibus, Ras Kass, Chino XL, Killah Priest, Vast Aire up in here man...for reunion, reunite the HRSMN, Canibal OX then id believe in Rock The Bells

  • Industry Advocate

    These comments are the exact things that's wrong with Hip Hop....you have to have diversity and respect for the pioneers! Pioneers doesn't just mean 70's & 80's anymore. I think this lineup represents everyone in a great fashion that i've never seen before! I ain't that happy to see Tyga, but there's a lot of other stuff there for me, just like someone's hyped as hell just to see 2Chainz and Tyga on this bill. Y'all gotta open ya mind and stop being so damn hard on the internet comment sections.

    • Anonymous

      I educate my son in HIP HOP to whats reality with entertainment and what's fictional characters being portrayed (he's 3 a year old B-boy) . He knows the difference between movie characters, and human beings living the life with conscious evolution costing this art into existence with mind, body, and self. And the original Rick in HIP HOP is on that bill, (greatest original story teller in HIP HOP) not the actor Rick telling another mans story who was behind bars. Culture is a con game, and it's time to question the rules of the game. let's stop wondering why, and let's start asking why cultural institutions infantilize our art forms, we are not cultural institutions we are free and independent human beings. It's our birth right to express art that we love and challenge it with battle's..

    • Quest

      you the new kid on the blog...go watch MTV son

  • NO WAY

    Phony ass lineup...what a disgrace and slap in the face of HIP HOP fans everywhere, I thought Rock The Bells was all about HIP HOP LEGENDS,I only see a hand full on this lineup,the rest are GARBAGE...WOW!!!

  • What Happen???

    I've been going to Rock The Bells for years now and I seen this coming but didn't think it would really happen. I'm about pissed off because this is the only real Hip-Hop concert showcase that we as Hip-Hop lover has to look forward to and now they are letting these radio soul selling rappers come aboard OUR tour. This is just very disappointing and I hope there are many others that would support this years Rock The Bells. Come Peter R. you know better than this shit. 2 Chains, KId Cudi, Mac Miller & Wiz Khalifa just to name a few at Rock The Bells???? Get The FUCK Out Of Here!!!!

  • Anonymous

    Weeeaak! RTB legacy is over! Boycott RTB 2012 ...

  • idk

    Im sorry but im not impressed at all by this years line up...to many new corny niggaz and honestly deltron 3030 and bonethugs are the only appealing old heads..

  • Mar

    How are they handling the two-day thing? Is it the same line-up two days in a row? Or are the artists split up into two days? Will I have to buy tickets for each day? THIS IS IMPORTANT TO KNOW! But I can't find clarification anywhere....

  • K.S.

    Funny how "Rock The Bells" still hasn't added the Legend LL Cool J to the bill and he's the one that came up with the term "Rock The Bells" and the Classic song. The line up isn't bad but come on can we get more Acts that dropped Classics back in the days. Special Ed, MC Lyte, Chubb Rock, Jay Z, Das Efx, Black Sheep, Brand Nubian, Public Enemy, Artifacts, Lords of the Underground, Outkast, ONYX, Lord Finesse, Diamond D, Showbiz and AG, Fat Joe, Geto Boys, Souls of Mischief, Del, Casual, AZ,Pete Rock & CL Smooth, Biz Markie, Jamal, EPMD, K-Solo, Keith Murray, Skillz, The Roots, Common, BCC, Mobb Deep, Wu Tang Clan, Lady of Rage, NO ID, Dogg Pound, Kool G Rap & DJ Polo, Eric B & Rakim, KRS -1, MC Shan, D Nice, De La Soul, Jungle Brothers, Leaders of the new School, Cypress Hill etc etc. Yes I know some of these Acts have performed already but hey bring em back. And as for this whole Hologram thing ok it's kinda cool and all but please don't follow in the footsteps of Coachella. Let Legends like Guru, J Dilla, 2 Pac, Biggie, Eazy E, Heavy D, MCA, Apache, JMJ, Big L, Big Pun etc rest in Peace. Shout outs to all my real Hip Hop Heads and all the Backpackers World wide

    • Hendo

      Tuff Crew - hell yeah!

    • What Happen???

      I'm 45 young buck. I know what I'm talking about thank you very much. I can go deeper if you would like? CD III, Word Of Mouth, Ultimate 3 MC's, Tuff Crew, Kurtis Blow, Krown Rulers, etc.

    • Industry Advocate

      You guys have me lost...Salt N Pepa, Big Daddy Kane, Slick Rick, The Hit Squad (which is EPMD, Das Efx and Redman & K-Solo) & Naughty By Nature!?!? What the hell is are you fishing for??? How old are you guys anyway??

    • What Happen???

      I agree with you kid...They NEED to have an Ol' Skool artist/group at every Rock The Bells just to pay homage. I Just don't get it. You can't tell me U.T.F.O., Just-Ice, Skinny Boys, Cold Crush Bothers, Dana Dane, Doug E. Fresh, Kool Moe Dee, Kwame, MC Shan, Rob Base & EZ Rock, Schoolly D T La Rock, Sweet Tee, & Whodini wouldn't love the opportunity to rock that many true Hip-Hop fans.

  • Josh Caldon

    This line up must be the best I seen!! I wish though it wasn't NJ. I can't wait for August!!! - Peace

    • Hip-Hop Is Dead!!!

      Stay home you non-Hop-Hopper. You might encourage them to continue this act of failure. You radio mainstream listening sucka.

  • Raw Business

    This shit looks wack compared to all of the other lineups.

  • Anonymous

    I was @ last yrs rock the bells at governers island in NYC and Nas killed it!

  • hellno

    last year i was going to go to the boston show before it got canceled and was so mad but hoped they would be back with an even better lineup this year. i was wrong. this lineup is far worse than probably any since rock the bells started touring around the country. TYGA at rock the bells? i'm disappointed. also, terrible choice of cities on this one. you do two california cities as always, and then for the only east coast city they put some obscure city in NEW JERSEY. i am very disappointed.

    • dockevoc

      I'm with you. At least this year's is filled with estrogen cupcake faggots so I won't even mind missing it. FUCK CHANG WEISBERG!

  • Assassin221

    Damn I been waiting to see this lineup and can't say I'm that impressed. Nas is cool but not enough to bring me out. Why did the article not mention RZA, Meth, and Red? Or Deltron and E-40? That's who'll bring me out if I go at all.

  • screw it

    they might as well put all the artist on the radio on the damn show. Might as well just call this a pop show now. Hey lets bring in tyga,oh wait...Justin Beiber. I guess If youre black and have scary stickers, that makes you hip hop now. I thought this was a real hip hop event. I guess not

  • COLE WORLD

    NAS, COLE, KDOT!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Davy dils

    The fact that Tyga and 2 chains are on the bill doesn't upset me as much as the NOS event center on the bill

  • Anonymous

    N A S = G O A T!

  • dj Who?

    WTF? what about DENVER? please bring back DENVER!!

  • Sensaye252

    Realistically, how much do tickets cost? 250?

  • Zr

    Who cares if 2 chainz is on it? You backpack white boy teenagers are fucking annoying. Music is music.....Who gives a fuck??? If you don't like him, don't go to his show.

    • Garon

      I am definitely not a white boy teeenage faggit and there are plenty of good peopl on this bill but especially 2 chainz and tyga are not the type of artist that most people who go to rock the bells like or think are a good representative of good hip hop like so many of the other artists at rock the bells are its hard being a hip hop fan who loves rock the bells for basicly being one of the only place to see so many independent hip hop artist together get run out by untalented radio rap they just dont fit the rest of the bill thats the big deal for all those douche bags who dont get why people dont think these artist should be there

    • Garon

      I am definitely not a white boy teeenage faggit and there are plenty of good peopl on this bill but especially 2 chainz and tyga are not the type of artist that most people who go to rock the bells like or think are a good representative of good hip hop like so many of the other artists at rock the bells are its hard being a hip hop fan who loves rock the bells for basicly being one of the only place to see so many independent hip hop artist together get run out by untalented radio rap they just dont fit the rest of the bill thats the big deal for all those douche bags who dont get why people dont think they should be there

  • firealarm

    well I was gonna go to Jay's festival on the 1st and 2nd but unless he's bringing some super insane lineup I'm gonna have to pick Rock The Bells!

  • :=/

    2 Chains c'mon man...

  • Count Melancholy

    tyga? at rock the bells?? the backpackers will not like that. 2chains will not be appreciated either. also, why is nas always headlining? you need to diversify a little bit. but wit tyga and 2chains i see you doing that. i bet soon we'll see eminem headlining, then kanye, jayz, etc etc. this format would always have a short lifespan. there's only so many times you can put immortal technique, nas, and wu tang on a bill year after year.

    • really

      Well so far it has lasted 9 years with way over 100k attending each year. So they have done just fine so far. I'm sure they will find another venture after RTB...that is what business is about.

    • krit

      Nas is part owner of Guerrilla Union the firm tha runs the Tour...Having his cake n Eating It...thats why

  • dj nemesis

    BRING BACK MIAMI!!!!!

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