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Future, J. Cole, The Weeknd Close Out Made in America Day 2

With Day 1 (and Beyonce) in the books, festival-goers packed the Ben Franklin Parkway in Philadelphia for part two of the Budweiser Made In America music festival. The day’s lineup likely forced patrons to make hard choices with dazzling performers taking different stages simultaneously.  Whether it was Jidenna rocking the crown “classically” as only he can, or the Grits And Biscuits team turning their stage into a full-on Southern college party, fans definitely got their money’s worth no matter the day’s decision. Standout performances throughout the day came in the form of three of Hip-Hop’s biggest stars of 2015: Big Sean, J.Cole, and Future. A DJ set by A-trak rocked the EDM and “Trap Music” crowd, and the show came to a head after a knockout performance by Toronto’s newest superstar, The Weeknd. Take a look at some of the exclusive pictures from Made In America, Day 2. — Cory Townes

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