If you are unable to travel to follow Rolling Loud California, the show will be broadcast live during the three-day festival.
The name of Rolling Loud evokes in the thoughts of many, euphoric moments of contact with their greatest idols in terms of artists. This festival has traveled to many Hip Hop capitals in the United States of America. From New York to Miami or even other hot spots, the artists agreed during the whole festival to extraordinary crowds. Apart from Dababy who created the controversy in Miami, everyone seems to have had a blast and it’s not about to end.
Rolling Loud and California
The biggest rap music festival in the world, which takes place in the United States of America, sets its bags in California on the West Coast. For three days from this Friday, December 10, artists of all kinds will follow one another on stage to give the occupants of California an unforgettable spectacle. The festival, which has partnered with Kappa, will begin today at the Nos Event Center in San Bernardino, California.
Among the artists who will be performing as headliners we have Kid Cudi, premiering at Rolling Loud, J. Cole and Future. Stars like Wiz Khalifa, Playboi Carti, Moneybagg Yo and Lil Durk are also headliners, while young superstars like Polo G, Rod Wave, Lil Tjay, Jack Harlow and Ski Mask The Slump God will also perform well. . Apart from these, newcomers who stand out in the rap game like Toosii, 42 Dugg, Morray, $ NOT, and Latto will have the opportunity to have fun as well. Ty Dolla $ ign, Drakeo The Ruler, Bl will be none of the rest of this non-stop music show.
Live broadcasting to contain the audience
With this plethora of artists, not everyone who wants to go to the venue will be able to make the trip. They will still be able to stay connected by following the event live online. The live broadcast will feature an organized stream of live artist performances, exclusive interviews and behind-the-scenes videos, similar to Rolling Loud’s past “Loud Stream” virtual events. Anything that goes live will be hosted by Hakeem Rowe, Tallie Spencer and Jacques Morel and will stream exclusively on Twitch.
A community side beyond the shows
The Festival announced its collaboration with the Black Music Action Coalition on a number of social justice initiatives. During the three days of Rolling Loud California, actions in this direction will be organized. Among other things, we will have debates and fundraising. Tariq Cherif in his capacity as CEO of Rolling Loud expressed his happiness to participate in a noble mission: “ Rolling Loud is proud to use its platform to help the Black Music Action Coalition in its mission to maintain the fight for racial justice and social. Hip-hop is rooted in the community and it’s important that all members of the culture do their part. “