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Slidin’ Thru: EBEN

Read the full interview on YoungCalifornia.com! Eben is one of those artists that you immediately fall in love with upon first meeting. Hailing from Ohio but now based in sunny Los Angeles, the singer-songwriter is here to remind audiences that when life gives you…

October 17, 2018
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Hella Juiced: Sean Gast

Read the full interview on YoungCalifornia.com! You have Chris Brown, Usher, and then you have Sean Gast, the Cuban version of both. With the ability to write, sing, and dance, the 21-year-old proves he’s a triple threat, just like the greats. Combining this new…

October 17, 2018
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Slidin’ Thru: Bonfyre

Read the full interview on YoungCalifornia.com! Welcome to the Bonfyre. Reminiscent of an actual bonfire, Bonfyre is far from just your average R&B singer. Beyond her beauty inside and outside, she is a walking ball of positive energy, equipped with captivating vocals to back…

October 16, 2018
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Slidin’ Thru: Wifisfuneral

Read the full interview on YoungCalifornia.com! Wifisfuneral isn’t your average rapper, he’s his own entity. Coming up in this new wave of trap and melodic hip-hop, real name Isaiah Rivera isn’t worried about the clout or the fame, he just loves creating music. Coming…

October 16, 2018
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Slidin’ Thru: Yung Baby Tate

Read the full interview on YoungCalifornia.com! Yung Baby Tate is a rare breed, in the best way possible. Hailing from Atlanta and heavily influenced by trap and 808’s, the female singer, songwriter, rapper, and producer is a star in the making. While her music…

October 15, 2018
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Hella Juiced: Ljay Currie

Read the full interview on YoungCalifornia.com! Transitioning from producer to singer-songwriter isn’t so difficult when music has been your first love your entire life. Insert Ljay Currie, who traded his hoop dreams for the studio, and determined to show up anyone who didn’t take…

October 15, 2018
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Queen Key Talks About How She Merges Hip-Hop & Humor [Interview]

Read the full interview on Okayplayer.com! Queen Key spoke with Okayplayer about writing raps, her Eat My Pussy EP, and why she decided to cover a Biggie classic. Queen Key — real name Ke’Asha McClure — didn’t consider gender when she rapped. This is partially why she’s so passionate about…

October 15, 2018