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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 29, 2022

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To share my story requires doing so on my own terms, and to do that takes an incredible amount of vulnerability.
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To share my story requires doing so on my own terms, and to do that takes an incredible amount of vulnerability.
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Released May 21, the pair’s latest album brightly explores hues and tints, finding rapture that sometimes feels more motley than prismatic.
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Released May 21, the pair’s latest album brightly explores hues and tints, finding rapture that sometimes feels more motley than prismatic.
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With a small but diverse lineup of five artists and two last-minute additions, Blau (stylized as “3LAU”) and his OMF team gathered performances with a strictly frat-DJ mindset in which the only direction for the mood and sound was up.
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With a small but diverse lineup of five artists and two last-minute additions, Blau (stylized as “3LAU”) and his OMF team gathered performances with a strictly frat-DJ mindset in which the only direction for the mood and sound was up.
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Both A$AP Rocky and Treasure Island had to prove their relevance to their Bay Area audience. Both were being scrutinized, and in trademark fashion, A$AP Rocky eclipsed every other performer to create a fully immersive experience with his headlining show.
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Both A$AP Rocky and Treasure Island had to prove their relevance to their Bay Area audience. Both were being scrutinized, and in trademark fashion, A$AP Rocky eclipsed every other performer to create a fully immersive experience with his headlining show.
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That, along with Hendricks’ explosive energy and the abrasive production of his music, would lead one to think that he’s picking up the mantle that XXXTentacion — notorious for brawling with his audience — has left behind.
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That, along with Hendricks’ explosive energy and the abrasive production of his music, would lead one to think that he’s picking up the mantle that XXXTentacion — notorious for brawling with his audience — has left behind.
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On Saturday night, you may have entered the Fillmore thinking it was 2018 — but with the neon pink chandeliers, smells of cigarettes and Houndmouth’s performance, it felt like you had time traveled to the late ‘70s.
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On Saturday night, you may have entered the Fillmore thinking it was 2018 — but with the neon pink chandeliers, smells of cigarettes and Houndmouth’s performance, it felt like you had time traveled to the late ‘70s.
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Ski Mask the Slump God is a rapper known for his ridiculously catchy lyrics. He stands out, not in the way that a more mainstream pop-rapper like Drake would but more so amongst dedicated fans of hip-hop music.
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Ski Mask the Slump God is a rapper known for his ridiculously catchy lyrics. He stands out, not in the way that a more mainstream pop-rapper like Drake would but more so amongst dedicated fans of hip-hop music.
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Watching Jaden Smith run and bounce across the stage with a seemingly infinite supply of energy leaves no doubt that the 20-year-old rapper had an incredible time performing his Rolling Loud 2018 set.
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Watching Jaden Smith run and bounce across the stage with a seemingly infinite supply of energy leaves no doubt that the 20-year-old rapper had an incredible time performing his Rolling Loud 2018 set.
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Unfortunately, Playboi Carti’s Rolling Loud set Saturday hit none of these marks. The most excited the crowd ever got was before the show when the DJ played A$AP Rocky and Skepta’s song “Praise the Lord.”
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Unfortunately, Playboi Carti’s Rolling Loud set Saturday hit none of these marks. The most excited the crowd ever got was before the show when the DJ played A$AP Rocky and Skepta’s song “Praise the Lord.”
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As of 2018, trap star Gucci Mane, aka Trap God, aka Big Guwap, aka La Flare, aka Mr. Zone 6 and so on, has amassed 12 studio albums, one soundtrack, seven EPs, 72 mixtapes and 33 singles. With that sort of discography, one can only wonder how the Trap God decided on his setlist for Saturday’s performance.
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As of 2018, trap star Gucci Mane, aka Trap God, aka Big Guwap, aka La Flare, aka Mr. Zone 6 and so on, has amassed 12 studio albums, one soundtrack, seven EPs, 72 mixtapes and 33 singles. With that sort of discography, one can only wonder how the Trap God decided on his setlist for Saturday’s performance.
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