Rick Ross Becomes Red Bull Symphonic’s First-Ever American Performer – VIBE.com

Rick Ross’ music takes a classic turn. The teflon donation is due to perform in Atlanta for the Red Bull Symphonic’s first-ever US event on November 4.

Atlanta’s all-black symphony, Orchestra Noir, will be supporting Ross as he takes the stage at Atlanta Symphony Hall, the energy drink company announced Thursday (Aug. 25). Rick Ross will mix hip-hop and classical music as the ensemble’s musical director, Jason Ikeem, reinterprets and reinvents the rapper’s greatest hits.

But, of course, the orchestra is also no stranger to large-scale performances. Noir has performed with some of the biggest names in hip-hop, such as Cardi B, 2 Chainz, Migos and TI, and appeared on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.

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Red Bull Symphonic recently performed their musical fusion show at the Culture and Congress Centre, a venue in Lucerne, Switzerland, and were joined by some of Europe’s hottest rappers.

As for Ross, he’s offering $10 million to anyone who wants to get in the ring with Jake Paul. The Wingstop franchise owner took to social media to taunt the pro boxer’s potential competition, saying people were afraid to fight him.

“Since everyone seems scared to fight Jake Paul, I’m willing to put an extra 10 million to make the right match happen,” he wrote. “What fight would you like to see?”

Since the gesture, no one has come forward to issue a challenge.

Check out the trailer for the next Red Bull Symphonic event below.

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