Kidz In The Hall Roll Through A Giant Adidas Box At Lollapalooza

The 2010 version of Lollapalooza has been great for hip-hop. Some of the biggest sets of the weekend have been delivered by people in the rap world, including B.o.B, Raphael Saadiq and J. Cole. Sunday night performances by Cypress Hill and Erykah Badu are also hotly anticipated. One of the livelier sets of the weekend came courtesy of hip-hop duo Kidz in the Hall, who lit up Perry's stage on Friday afternoon. Their old-school approach to rhyming, and with rapper Naledge being a hometown Chicago boy (he told MTV News' Tim Kash that he could see his family in the crowd while he performed and was inspired), it made for a killer hour of hip-hop.

Like any rap act with respect for the old school, Naledge and Double-O love Adidas. Ever since Run-DMC immortalized the shoes with "My Adidas," the shoes have been synonymous with rap fashion and attitude. When we told Kidz in the Hall that Adidas had a giant shoe box here on the grounds of Lollapalooza that shows off the latest in the Adidas MEGA line, they didn't hesitate to take us on a guided tour through the facility.


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