G-Eazy is currently promoting his latest album, Must Be Nice, by taking the show on the road and will be making a pit stop in sunny Los Angeles on Saturday, March 9th. The concert will take place at El Rey theatre, one of my favorite venues, and the show is SOLD OUT. Luckily for you, we’re giving away two pairs of tickets to the show. Rules are pretty simple. Really, there’s only 2.
Find out how to win after the jump.
Reaching its third year in operation, KNOCKSTUDY is getting ready to start the spring semester for 2013. KNOCKSTUDY is a non-profit organization that provides middle school and high school students that have an interest in arts with MC, film and music production workshops. Computers, supplies, everything is provided.
Classes take place in the afternoon (obviously, after school – duh) at the Bresee Community Center in Koreatown. Applications to enroll need to be submitted by Friday, February 8th and classes start Monday, February 11th. Make sure you apply today! Enroll your little brother or sister or if you fit the age range and live in Los Angeles, enroll yourself! This is an awesome opportunity and it’s free, which is EVEN BETTER. Click here for more informations and to apply.
Watch L.A. rapper Dumbfoundead’s KNOCKSTUDY PSA, posted above, for even more info on the program.
50 Cent shouts out “The Lift Off” with Justin Credible. If you support the Money & The L.A. Leakers make sure you check out The Lift Off on Power 106, Los Angeles every night from 9 −11 with J Cruz & Justin Credible.
Spotted this event on Pac Div’s tumblr and I figured you, the reader, would be interested in attending. As you may know, HardKnock TV provides interviews with the hottest hip-hop artists and on Saturday, June 30th, they are celebrating 7 years in the game. If you’re in LA, don’t miss out! I’m always impressed with (and I always have fun at) the events Nike holds at the Montalban. All the information should be on the flyer.
Shout out to the host, Devi Dev!
“This is the place I wanted to play the song. I’ve been waiting to come in LA to do this. Imma take y’all back a little bit.” Mac Miller performed in front of a sold out crowd last night at the House of Blues in Los Angeles. Sure the video starts off with a little bit of another cover he was doing, Weezer’s “Say It Ain’t So,” but he finishes it off by performing an acoustic cover of a west coast great. Miller’s Blue Slide Park drops tomorrow, pre-order here.
Ross touched the city over the weekend.