Entertainers and their clothes have always been a hot topic, particularly musicians. I think back to Prince being one of the greatest musicians of all time and his knack for wearing purple and shoes with a heel. Growing up as a Dipset fanatic, one of my favorite pictures is of the Rapper Cam’ron when he rocked the pink fur coat and pink fur hat  with his pink cell phone to his ear, a diamond chain on his neck and on his rings sending viewers into a trance. Sometimes the fashion choices are coincidental, but in their cases it was always intentional. They knew they were at the height of their respective genres, and that their influence was second to none. They took full advantage of that influence and if you don’t believe me? Check out some of these #TBT outfits the elders in your family was wearing. 

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Out in the street, they call her Koffee, and she’s the evolution of contemporary reggae music. The self-described sing-jay-guitarist (singer, deejay, and guitarist) can be described as old school roots reggae meets the new generation, mixing elements of rap and dancehall to create her own unique sound and socially aware message.

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That Girl. 

The girl who likes to wear mini-skirts, pigtails, and who loves to speak her mind. The girl who used to make up songs with her mom in the car. 
The one girl who won “Most Creative,” as a High School superlative. That girl who dropped out of college to pursue her passions. That girl who independently produced three EPs and one full length album. That girl who currently has over two million monthly listeners on Spotify. That girl is Yung Baby Tate, a 23 year-old musician, writer, and producer. 

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Hip-hop creators all around the globe have a keen sense of originality and unique beats that make people want to dance, sing, or chant along with raps. California, especially in LA, has a reputation for breeding some of the hottest, legendary, producers of the time such as Ice T  and Kurpt. However, as time progresses, there is always a need for a new type of legendary sound. One producer in particular, though,  has managed to successfully pioneer an entirely new sound of LA.

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