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Recap: Thousands ​​of Hip-Hop Fans Invade Los Angeles For Rolling Loud

Posted on December 17th, 2018
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Lupe LLerenas


Thousands of Hip-Hop fans came out this past weekend (December 14 and 15) to Los Angeles, California for Rolling Loud.

Headlined by Post Malone, Lil Wayne, Cardi B, and Lil Uzi Vert, festival-goers we’re in for an incredible performance. Others joining the A-list roster included Tyga, Ty Dolla $ign, Nipsey Hussle, Lil Baby, Gunna, Saweetie Wiz Khalifa, Kash Doll, Young Thug, Kodak Black, Lil Skies, PnB Rock and many more.

Post Malone took his bubbling brand of melodic rap to the Audiomack Stage, performing “Sunflower” with Rae Sremmurd’s Swae Lee, bringing Migos’ Quavo up, and smashing a guitar with 21 Savage on stage. Lil Wayne asserts living legend status in an exhilarating set full of the classics “Lollipop” and “A Milli,” and new bangers like Tha Carter V’s “Uproar.” 21 Savage lit up the Zen Stage with a rowdy performance, calling on Offset to assist with “Ric Flair Drip,” singing Happy Birthday to The Migos’ rapper, and corralling the crowd to chant “Cardi take Offset back”

Lil Baby blinded the crowd with his ice as he performed all the hits, from “Drip Too Hard” to “Life Goes On.” Sheck Wes had fans sprinting to the stage for a booming performance of “Mo Bamba.” Emo-Rap icon Juice WRLD took his endearing drawl to the Audiomack Stage. Wiz Khalifa’s infectious energy had the whole crowd vibing under the L.A stars.

Shoreline Mafia showed out for their city at the Audiomack Stage with a boisterous and magnetic performance. Nipsey Hussle repped his hometown by bringing out Dom Kennedy to put on for Crenshaw and Leimert Park. Standout Compton rapper Roddy Rich brought his quirky cadences to the Audiomack Stage with crowd favorites like “Die Young.” While TDE’s newest signee, REASON had the crowd energized from begining to end.

The KarenCivil.com team also caught up with Mozzy, Kash Doll, and Robb Bank$ about the upcoming 2019 GRAMMYs — who they think might take home “Album Of The Year,” and “Rap Album Of The Year,” and who they call the “King of R&B.”

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