October 1st, 2023 | Tokyo, Japon | Team RJHH
The Japanese rap scene was shaken by an unexpected announcement in May 2023 when BAD HOP released a video on their YouTube channel announcing their imminent dissolution. After a meteoric career that started around 2014, the group (comprising T-Pablow, Yzerr, Vingo, Benjazzy, G-k.i.d, Bark, Tiji Jojo, and Yellow Pato) made the difficult decision to bring their collective musical journey to an end. However, to celebrate their many years of success and influence in the Japanese hip-hop industry, the group announced a final concert that promises to be legendary at the TOKYO DOME, scheduled for February 19, 2024.
The group is undoubtedly one of its generation’s most significant Japanese rap groups. With over five studio albums to their name and a dedicated fan base that extends well beyond Japan’s borders, their impact on the music scene is undeniable. The group has consistently been recognized for its creativity and musical diversity. The group’s final concert is the ultimate opportunity for BAD HOP fans to come together and pay tribute to their favorite group. The TOKYO DOME is one of the venues that can accommodate over 50,000 people, so the group has chosen this location to mark the end of their musical journey. This stadium has already hosted iconic music names such as Michael Jackson, Bruno Mars, Mariah Carey, and other stars.
The event is already highly anticipated as fans prepare for an unforgettable concert. The group members have promised to give their best for this special occasion, and speculations are running wild about what the audience can expect from this final concert. BAD HOP has always been renowned for its marvelous stage performances. The video announcing the final concert has also generated a lot of excitement among fans, as it featured all the members. This video showed fans what to expect at the final concert.
As the date of February 19, 2024, excitement continues to soar. Tickets for the concert have been on sale since October 1, 2023, and the TOKYO DOME will likely be sold out well before the concert date. For many fans, this evening will be both an emotional farewell and a celebration of the music and legacy left behind by BAD HOP.