The 10th Annual Monster Energy Custom Car Show and Concert on behalf of the DFW’s Hip-Hop and R&B provider, 97.9 THE BEAT, was held June 1st at the Dallas Convention Center in downtown. One of the biggest events in Dallas showcased cars, trucks, motorcycles, and even bicycles. This year’s concert lineup included: Houston’s Kirko Bangz, Propain, Mike Jones, Slim Thug & Z-Ro, New Orleans Hip-Hop legend, Mystikal, new singers Tinashe, Bando Jones, held it down for the R&B side of the concert and set the mood for the mainstays, T-Pain and K. Michelle, who found time to let women from the audience showcase their vocal skills and air out some of her problems with her former cast members of the VH1 reality show,’ Love and Hip-Hop: Atlanta’, the new Hip-Hop stars on the radio, K Camp and Rich Homie Quan touched the stage, Dallas’ own Dorrough, Beat King, and Fat Pimp, and the headliners, Webbie & Lil Boosie. After a slight delay, Lil Boosie was finally able to make his return to Dallas after his nearly five year prison sentence in Angola. In April, a club appearance at local Dallas nightspot, Icons, was cut due to the Baton Rouge rapper’s inability to travel outside of Louisiana due to his probation. Fortunately, weeks later on one particular Sunday, the lights were dim and cellphones were in the air as the Baton Rouge took the stage opening with their hit collabo, “Independent.” “Wipe Me Down,” “Swerve,” and their latest collabo “Show Da World” were entered through their set as they found time to perform from their solo catalogs; it was Boosie’s signature song, “Set It Off” that garnered the biggest response from the crowd.