Nicki Minaj And Meek Mill Declare Their Love, Plus 9 Other Huge Summer Jam Moments

Fabolous, Fetty Wap and Chris Brown also made the list.

EAST RUTHERFORD, New Jersey -- Hot 97 does a pretty awesome job at advertising their annual Summer Jam concert, but even after putting together an all-star lineup, the New York-based radio station always manages to pull out a number of unexpected and unforgettable moments.

Sunday night's Summer Jam concert, which took place at MetLife Stadium was no different. Chris Brown, Kendrick Lamar, Meek Mill and Big Sean, were just a few of the expected guests, yet when it was all said and done the concert's biggest moments didn't fit on a flyer.

MTV News was in attendance last night and in case you missed it, here are the 10 biggest moments of Summer Jam 2015.

Fabolous And Friends

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Fab treated the NY/NJ crowd to a ton of surprises. After performing a couple of his own hits, Loso started a parade of Big Apple rap vets who all came to perform their biggest hits, one after another. Black Rob, Busta Rhymes, Remy Ma, Fat Joe, Method Man, Redman, Raekwon, Mobb Deep, Lil Kim, LOX and Ma$e all made their way to the stage while MetLife stood in awe.

Nicki Tells Meek, "I Love You."

What break-up rumors? Meek Mill brought out Nicki Minaj during his exciting set. She performed "Only," "Truffle Butter" and then saved her best for right before she left the stage. "I love you Meek," she said sweetly as she moseyed backstage.

Fetty Wap's Big Birthday

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Fetty killed the festival stage outside of MetLife and then got a chance to hit the main stage to close out Sunday night. Time ran short before he got to do "Trap Queen," but "My Way" rang off quite nicely. Oh yeah, it was also his birthday.

Kendrick Lamar Performs To Pimp A Butterfly

Dot has been kind of quiet since he dropped his TPAB album earlier this year. There has been a few performances, but not many. Last night was the first time he performed tracks like "King Kunta" and "Alright" in the NYC area and boy was it worth the wait.

Travis Scott

La Flame may have not been a main stage performer, but Scott lit the festival stage on fire and had fans buzzing for the rest of the night. He ran through his Rodeo tracks, kicked a photographer off stage, debuted his new song "3500" and once again proved why he's one of rap's best showmen.

Chris Brown Brings Out 50 Cent

Fif was at the center of last year's Summer Jam drama after someone got robbed on stage during his set. This year the G-Unit juggernaut says that security searched him throughly -- but luckily for fans, he made it inside. He performed with Chris and one-time rap rival French Montana. There was absolutely no drama either. Salute these guys.

Thousands Of People Singing "I Don't F--k With You" At Once

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You know why Big Sean's "IDFWU" is a big hit? Because the fiery break-up ode is relatable. Last night Sean got the entire MetLife Stadium to relate when everyone shouted out "I don't f--k with you" in unison. Wow.

Meek Mill's "Dreams & Nightmare" Intro

#SummerJam turned into church when @MeekMill dropped that Dreams and Nightmares intro

— Rob Markman (@RobMarkman) June 8, 2015

Meek Mill's "Dreams & Nightmares" is an unlikely party starter, since the beat on this crowd favorite doesn't even drop until almost two minutes in. But last night at Summer Jam, Meek decided to perform the entire track acapella prompting a passionate sing-a-long amongst fans.

Future As A Surprise Guest

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Future Hendrinx wasn't on the official bill, but thankfully Meek Mill brought him out to perform "F--k Up Some Commas."

The Chinx Shoutouts

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New York City's hip-hop scene is still hurting over the death Chinx, who was murdered on May 17 after being shot multiple times. The Queens rapper may be gone, but he is not forgotten. French Montana, Meek Mill and Hot 97 DJ Bobby Trends all sent heartfelt rest in peace shout outs to the late MC.