Music festival Rolling Loud is heading back to Los Angeles!!! The three-day music festival will be in Inglewood, CA, for the city’s first music festival.
The music festival was announced on August 30, 2022,that Inglewood, CA would be a new venue location for Rolling Loud.
The festival is set to take place on March 3-5 2023, A-list and upcoming rappers will bring their talents on the stage at Hollywood Park adjacent to the Sofi Stadium grounds.
Rolling Loud is led by its founders Matt Zingler and Tariq Cherif, Rolling Loud is on a mission to lead the vanguard of live music experiences in hip-hop and beyond.
The last time Rolling Loud was in Los Angeles County was on December 14-15, 2018, at the Banc of California Stadium & Exposition Park.
The 2-day festival was a night to remember. I remember the day like it was yesterday. New York rapper, Cardi B was performing after she announced that she was going to divorce her husband Migos’ rapper, Offset, and he ended up crashing the stage with flowers. The crowd didn’t know how to act when the late Juice Wrld performed his hit song, “Lucid Dreams”, and it was my first time being in a mosh pit and it was insane experience.
Finally, I am most grateful because I was able to see the late Nipsey Hussle perform “Double Up”, one of my favorite songs from his Grammy-nominated album, “Victory Lap”.
I really appreciated Rolling Loud 2018, even though, it got a little crazy when certain artists performed. I highly recommend if you plan on attending, make sure you get VIP wristbands so you can avoid the chaos. If not, be prepared for the several mosh pits. It was a good time, but it wasn’t a good location in my opinion. However, Rolling Loud did what they had to do to put on a great show.
I’m all for giving people their flowers while they’re here. I wished that they showed more love to West Coast artists on the lineup as well. I think LA rap duo Blue Bucks Clan, and Compton rapper YG should have been on the lineup as well.
BlueBucksClan member DJ, replied to a tweet from Rolling Loud in 2021 regarding the festival tried to get the rap duo group to perform. However, DJ wasn’t very convinced.
Rolling Loud did the best it can to show love to some LA artists on both days of the festival in 2018. On day 1 of Rolling Loud LA the late Nipsey Hussle, Ty Dolla $ign, Compton rappers, Roddy Rich and 1TakeJay, group Shoreline Mafia, Carson rapper, and Reason all performed on stage. On Day 2 of Rolling Loud LA, Tyga, Bay Area group, SOBXRBE, Sacramento rapper, Mozzy, group Villian Park, Saviii 3rd, $tupid Young, Inglewood rapper, and Rucci all performed on stage as well.
I went on Twitter and asked Rolling Loud “How many LA artists are on the lineup?” A representative responded back to me and said, “A lot for sure”.
Hopefully, they don’t disappoint the city because Rolling Loud is a big platform and they should be able to have not only artists from Los Angeles, LA hosts, and LA DJs as well because West Coast is the best Coast.
Hopefully, Rolling Loud doesn’t forget about our past Twitter conversation back in September 24, 2022. The responded to me stating that there will be a lot of LA artists on stage in Inglewood.
This is a list of artists, DJs, and hosts whom all have a great body of work, and work ethic and stay hungry really they’re constantly dropping bangers, gems and they deserve to be on stage to represent the West.
BLXST, Bino Rideaux, YG, Kendrick Lamar, BlueBucksClan, KalanFrFr, DOM KENNEDY, Ty Dolla Sign, Coot Corelone, Joe Moses, RJMRLA, AzChike, AzSwaye, Rucci, Roddy Ricch, Big Sad 1900, Jayson Cash, Symba, Ralfy the Plug, ASH BASH THE RAPPER, White John, Bossmann, Nilla Allin, Cali Rant, Longe2K, AJ the One, Lambo4oe, LA WRAY, NarrisaWorld, OTM, Heem Beezy, Ohgeezy, BabyStone Gorillas, Narissa, Larry June, Db.boutabag, EBKJaaybo, DSmoke, Longe2K, HBK Jachi, Tapri Grams, Wallie The Sensei, and YS30SHOTCAPONE
- Gina Views from No Jumper
- Dejon Paul from A Day in LA Magazine
- AD from No Jumper
- Trell from No Jumper
- Your Girl NeeKKo
- Tallie Spencer
- DJ Wavy 1500, DJ Carisma, DJ Vision, DJ Bugsy, DJ Charlie Cinco, DJ GetChaMoney and DJ Atron
Which LA artists, hosts or DJs do you think should be on stage at Rolling Loud Inglewood?
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