Iconic West Coast rapper E-40 took over LEX Nightclub on Saturday, June 1. The hip-hop icon and entrepreneur, whose inventive lyrics have originated a lexicon of their own, performed a set of fan-favorite hits before kicking back to enjoy Reno’s premier nightlife destination.
A Bay Area native, E-40 made his rap debut in 1986 as a member of The Click alongside his cousin B-Legit, his brother D-Shot and his sister Suga-T. The group released the 1990 EP, “Let’s Side,” followed by three studio albums.
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As a solo artist, E-40 has released more than 25 studio albums including “In a Major Way” (1995), “The Hall of Fame” (1996), “The Element of Surprise” (1998) and “My Ghetto Report Card” (2006).
In 2018, E-40 reunited with B-Legit to release the album, “Connected and Respected.” Other collaborators have included G-Eazy, Snoop Dogg, Too Short, Kendrick Lamar, Juicy J, Tech N9ne, Twista, Brotha Lynch, Andre Nickatina, 2 Chainz and many more.
A notable entrepreneur, E-40 has launched lines of wine and beer and has also become a courtside staple at Golden State Warriors’ games.
LEX Nightclub is complete with three full bars, 40 VIP tables, a dance floor that extends over a unique, indoor water feature and a multi-million-dollar sound and lighting system. LEX Nightclub rivals venues found in the country’s top nightlife destinations including Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Miami and New York while offering an opportunity to see today’s top artists in an intimate setting.
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