Whether writing rap or R&B, the Poly High grad has always kept his music grounded in what he’s going through, and right now, that’s being madly in love with his fiancee.
Althea Aguel was one of just 81 students from across the country to earn the coveted invitation, and this time she’ll be able to experience the camp in person.
The new graphic novel by rapper Vince Staples is an original story that’s a mix between Pinocchio’s Pleasure Island and the 1979 action film The Warriors.
Two one-day music festivals are coming to the Queen Mary Events Park back-to-back in August.
“This is the end of an era,” fan Dani Carter said through fresh tears. “I expected another two decades with him and now it’s done. It just ends so quickly and so suddenly.”
Gritty in Pink, a women’s empowerment and diversity in music platform is bringing 50+ musicians to perform at Alex’s Bar in honor of Women’s History Month Saturday, March 5.
DJ HAMX’s mission is simple: Make the arena feel like one big party.
Every December, I go through the grueling process of choosing my 10 favorite albums of the year, a process that is stressful for me at the best of times.
Vicente Fernández and his memory will live on as local musicians perform his songs. The multi-Grammy-winning icon was known globally for performing mariachi songs, a traditional genre of Mexican music.
Under his solo project, Lo(u)ser, Graue released earlier this year a rollicking four-track ska EP, “Super Gwario Kart” that features brass, drums and vocals from members of Reel Big Fish, Suburban Legends and We Are the Union.