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Slidin’ Thru: FREEWIFI

Move over Migos, there’s a new hip-hop trio in town. Signed to Rostrum Records, FREEWIFI is here to shake up the rap game — whether you like it or not. Comprised of Daddy Dinero, J. Plaza and Tha Rift, the collective visits the city of Angels all the way from their home base in Minnesota. Read more…


#YoungCalifornia 420 Afterparty

This just in!!! The Young California family is giving you a place to end up after all of your 420 activities. If you’ve partied with us before, then you know what familiar faces show up… the music will be blasting and the bottles will be pouring. This event is 21+ so grab your tickets HERE, and tell everybody! See you Friday night!

Ty Dolla $ign has returned to his ‘Beach House 3’ album to drop the official video for “Don’t Judge Me” featuring the likes of Future & Swae Lee. The visual, directed by David Camarena shows the artists in the spotlight while in some kind of daze. Peep it above and enjoy!


Slidin’ Thru: Chaz French

If you’ve seen Chaz French perform live, you’re probably already familiar with the energy he’s capable of. That same energy is channeled through his music. Hailing from the DMV, the 26-year-old rapper holds nothing back in his debut album, True Colors. This serves as his first major label debut, signing with Capitol Music at the top of 2017. Read more…

Our segment, the ‘ Young California Five at Five’ is back again. As you know, every Friday at 5 o’clock (PST) tune in to get up on 5 hot tracks that you should add to your weekend playlist. Up next we have the Bay Area’s own DJ J12 picking some of his favorite tracks currently in his personal rotation. Make sure you hit the jump to listen to the playlist and enjoy. Yee! Read more…

Next up on #YoungCalifornia’s featured DJ is DJ Lezlee from Los Angeles, California! Make sure you hit the jump to learn about how she became a DJ, her biggest influences, how she got her name, her favorite part of being a DJ, favorite tracks from the West Coast and a whole lot more! Read more…


Slidin’ Thru: Lute

“I’m just tryna feed my daughter, ni**a fuck a rap.” A line from Lute’s “Paychecks (Intro)”, the Charlotte, North Carolina native was ready to quit rap altogether. In fact, he had already decided West 1996 Pt.2 was going to be his last project ever. Until his phone rang, with J. Cole on the other line. From that moment on, his life would change forever. Read more…

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