Fans can also expect to see sets from New York giants French Montana, Fivio Foreign, Lil Tjay and The LOX, the latter of whom will headline a special performance celebrating the 50th anniversary of Hip Hop.
Summer Jam 2023 takes place on June 4, although the weather won’t be a factor any longer as the venue has switched from MetLife Stadium in New Jersey to Long Island’s state-of-the-art UBS Arena.
Tickets for Summer Jam go on sale Saturday (April 8) at 10 a.m. ET via Ticketmaster.
Check out the lineup below:
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“So happy about @hot97 Summer Jam being back in NY at the amazing @ubsarena !!! And to have so many incredible New Yorkers and women on this line up! This is going to be special,” Hot 97 DJ/host Peter Rosenberg wrote on Instagram.
“Big congrats to @coileray @lola.brooke and @icespice !!! And what a moment this will be for @iamcardib Plus you KNOW @thelox is going to bring something special for that 50 years of hip hop celebration!”
Fellow Hot 97 personality TT Torez added: “The show is all about bringing hip-hop’s biggest stars to the stage and we are honored to have New York’s own, Cardi B, as our headliner this year.
“I am so proud of the strong female presence in our lineup, which represents women’s dominance over the airwaves this year.”
Cardi B may have some new music to perform by the time June’s Summer Jam rolls around. She promised in an interview with The Breakfast Club in December that her long-awaited Invasion of Privacy follow-up will arrive in 2023.
“I have no choice. I have to put it out,” she said.
Charlamagne Tha God suggested the project should arrive in April to coincide with the five-year anniversary of her 2018 Grammy-winning debut Invasion of Privacy, which Cardi seemed to be on board with. “I think I should put it out around that time,” she concurred.
The 30-year-old added that she feels confident in a handful of songs that she has in the chamber, but admitted uncertainty about the overall direction of the project. “I just feel like just missing something,” she confessed.
Meanwhile, Cardi B recently joined Irving and Jeffrey Azoff’s powerhouse company Full Stop Management, with Giant Music president Shawn Holiday playing an integral role in her making the jump.