Garon “Rocc” Harden evolved from rhyming in the passenger seat of his cousin’s car to releasing “Community Service”, one of the most raw and honest hip-hop records to come out of Long Beach in recent memory.
Garon “Rocc” Harden evolved from rhyming in the passenger seat of his cousin’s car to releasing "Community Service", one of the most raw and honest hip-hop records to come out of Long Beach in recent memory.
Goldenvoice announced today that the 2019 iteration of One Love Cali Reggae Festival will bring headliners Slightly Stoopid, Rebelution, Sublime with Rome, Dirty Heads and more to the Queen Mary Events Park in February 2019.
byBrian AddisoninLongbeachize, Music
The reality with the places Vince Staples discusses is that they're real. They're not tourist spots, Instagram moments, or places to meander because you like hip hop. They're the places that defined what was ultimately a complicated, violent, and...
byEsther KanginArts & Culture, Music
The 36-minute visual album—a collection of six dreamy music videos which will screen this Sunday Nov. 11 at the Frida Cinema in Santa Ana, followed by a short Q&A segment—is a surrealist interpretation of the heroine’s journey.
After being hailed as a playbook for how promoters can tap into the growing market of young Latinos who grew up in the U.S. feeling ni de aqui, ni de alla (neither from here nor there), Tropicalia returned for...
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