Ace Hood to play the Emerson Theatre in Indianapolis


On Saturday, Dec. 16, rapper Ace Hood will take the Emerson Theatre stage in downtown Indianapolis for a much-anticipated show. To learn more about this talented hip-hop artist, read on below.

Ace Hood

You always represent your hometown and that’s exactly what Port St. Lucie, Florida-native Ace Hood does on a daily basis. Born Antoine McColister, the 29-year-old rapper has been killing the hip-hop game for a decade, working with everyone from Rick Ross to Lil Wayne. His early years led him to independent releases including his debut album, “Gutta” and “Ruthless,” which was released on Def Jam Records.

Thanks to his talent, even at his young age, Hood signed with DJ Khaled’s We the Best Music Group. He’s been a staple in the hip-hop community ever since, collaborating with legends like Akon, T-Pain, Birdman, and Trick Daddy.

Since 2008, Ace Hood has released four full-length albums, including “Gutta” in 2008 and “Trials & Tribulations” in 2013. Despite a lack of albums over the past four years, the Florida native has continued playing a serious role in mainstream hip-hop, releasing fan-favorite singles like “We Don’t” with Rich Homie Quan.

Despite a lack of additions to his discography over the past four years, Hood has continued to be prominent in the rap community and he’ll surely put on an amazing performance. Currently on his “Trust the Process Tour,” Hood has brought about multiple sold out shows as well as a reverence for rap music past and present. His talent, respect for the game, and fan base have made him one of the best in the game and catching him at an intimate location like the Emerson will be a blessing.

To learn more about this Florida rapper, check out his official Facebook page.


General admission tickets are available for $20. The doors open at 6:30 pm and the show starts at 7:00 p.m.


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