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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 06, 2022

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The inspiration for curating a hip-hop focused festival was sparked by Cherif’s acknowledgement of a void of hip-hop shows or festivals in comparison to a multitude of multigenre festivals.
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The inspiration for curating a hip-hop focused festival was sparked by Cherif’s acknowledgement of a void of hip-hop shows or festivals in comparison to a multitude of multigenre festivals.
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No Vacation and Cuco provided a pitch-perfect end to a high-energy day, as potential students and Cal Day partiers alike unwinded in the tranquil evening.
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No Vacation and Cuco provided a pitch-perfect end to a high-energy day, as potential students and Cal Day partiers alike unwinded in the tranquil evening.
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Before you can kick back and enjoy the weekend we’ve all been waiting for — Cal Day! — it’s only right that you have the perfect music to vibe to.
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Before you can kick back and enjoy the weekend we’ve all been waiting for — Cal Day! — it’s only right that you have the perfect music to vibe to.
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Lil Yachty has ditched his title of “King of Teens” and sailed to shore with his mature second full-length studio album, Lil Boat 2.
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Lil Yachty has ditched his title of “King of Teens” and sailed to shore with his mature second full-length studio album, Lil Boat 2.
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Kickback-like in atmosphere, Berkeley’s Cornerstone Craft Beer and Live Music was packed with youths ranging in age from teens to mid-20s Thursday night.
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Kickback-like in atmosphere, Berkeley’s Cornerstone Craft Beer and Live Music was packed with youths ranging in age from teens to mid-20s Thursday night.
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Berkeley-based rapper Caleborate is still optimistic — he’s about to kick off his second tour in Berkeley for "Real Person."
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Berkeley-based rapper Caleborate is still optimistic — he’s about to kick off his second tour in Berkeley for "Real Person."
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