Annimeanz is the Rodney Dangerfield of hip-hop. The Latino rapper has completed two projects this year —with a third on the way— and counts over 100,000 YouTube views of his content since January but the Cudahy, California artist still can’t seem to get no respect. “Right now, my biggest concern, truthfully, is that as a Mexican artist, you’re never like a West Coast artist. You’re a Mexican artist,” says Annimeanz soberly. “I wanna be respected like my peers. I don’t wanna be a Mexican rapper.
12:20 p.m. Just realized I forgot my debit card somewhere. Wonder what my durag is worth in cash... (Nick Nuk'em)12:42 I'm just assuming every 5'0 white kid is Matt Ox. I've seen 684 of them already. (NN)1:25 Leven Kali having technical difficulties but his gospel background really stabilizing him as his DJ has problems giving him a backing track. He’s low-key sounds Frankie Lymon (NN)3:27 “How many Nirvana fans we got in this muthafucka?” Asks Dante of THEY.
This weekend's Day N Night Festival promises three days of hyper-foaming bass from a trap heavy roster featuring the likes of Lil Pump, Travis Scott, Famous Dex, and several other ruckus-loving rappers. Surpluses of circle pits certify fatigue and unsightly sweat-patches but Day N Night shines a light on another side of contemporary tunes—a smoother side. Adding balance to the grit and grime of the festival is a silo of singers we’ve been addicted to all year.
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Selecting a term
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