Jhené Aiko is best known today for drifting slow jams like the Childish Gambino-assisted “Bed Peace” and “The Worst,” but she first got her footing in the industry well over a decade ago — as a would-be teen pop star. Back in the early ’00’s, the singer was supplying features on cuts by the R&B group B2K . Several years lateral after being signed to a record deal with mentor and producer No I.D., who helped helm her 2013 Sail Out EP. That, in turn, led to her long-awaited debut, Souled Out, a conceptual collection of sounds chronicling the singer’s journey from darkness to light, rooted in tales of tragedy and spiritual awakening.
Come rage tomorrow night September 20th, as L.A. will be housing some of the coldest up and coming artists in hip hop, for an all night rhymefest and party. The time stamp on the flyer is no typo, the event will be held from 8PM-4AM. So get your rest and make sure you come out and enjoy the many performances for Hall Of Boom.
Following his club banger “Day One” Lyxx hits us with another catchy, club friendly track produced by Beat Attikz, titled after the main character of hit 1970’s-80’s television series The Jefferson’s. Lyxx has been nothing but consistent this year, maintaining his buzz leading up to his EP release.