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Slidin’ Thru: Jazz Cartier

The first time I saw Jazz Cartier perform at The Roxy on Sunset,, I was blown away. I can recall the moments he climbed on top of the crowd, the ledge, the stage, which serves as a great example of the type of energy he brings into the room. Read more…

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Hella Juiced: Milano

Milano isn’t your average girl next door, she’s a boss bitch powerhouse here to empower women and men alike with her music. It’s not everyday you see a 100% Cambodian female rapper from Long Beach, and she certainly flips it to her advantage. Read more…

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Slidin’ Thru: Raz Simone

Raz Simone is no stranger to the rap game, or whatever unique, eclectic, genre you want to call it. Hailing from Seattle, real name Solomon Samuel Simone isn’t worried about the big check, he’s focused on delivering only the most real, powerful, authentic music — the same one his day ones fans flock to. Read more…

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Hella Juiced: KiingRod

If you have a SOB x RBE chain hanging around your neck, chances are you’re not only part of the family, but you can spit also. Insert 20-year-old KiingRod, who surprisingly only started rapping one year ago. While most rising artists grind for years and years to hit their first million, the Bay Area native already has several. Read more…

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Hella Juiced: Hitta J3

Born and raised in Compton, Hitta J3 bleeds for his city. From his experiences growing up in the streets to being locked up in jail, the West Coast rapper uses music as an outlet in all aspects of his life. Read more…

Tyler, the Creator admits he’s somewhat of a walking contradiction, especially when it comes to his private life. In the Autumn/Winter 2018 issue of Fantastic Man, the 27-year-old artist was asked about his decision to address his sexuality years after his career had launched. He was specifically asked about the “I Ain’t Got Time” lyrics: “I’ve been kissing white boys since 2004”—a line Tyler knew would raise even more questions about his sexual orientation. Read more…

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Hella Juiced: Mike Slice

It’s not every day you have Warren G taking you under his wing, but for Mike Slice, this is all a part of God’s plan. Growing up in Orange County, real name Michael befriended little Warren next door without knowing his father was a rap mogul, especially on the West Coast. The 22-year-old recalls a time when Warren G came over to the crib and gave his brother some CDs. Hearing “I Want It All,” the title track to Warren’s third studio album released in 1999, for the first time, the rest was history. Read more…

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