From CHIIILD to Queen: The 146th LA Weekly playlist, reviewing the musicians that we’ve been writing about all week, is live now. There’s electronic music from ACRAZE, hip-hop from A Boogie Wit A Hoodie, Cam & China, and Big Boss Vette , punk from Toys That Kill and DFL, metal from Death and Vio-Lence, and so much more.

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Loud and Proud

Big Boss Vette (ShotsbyMel)

From CHIIILD to Queen

Also this week:

In our Rolling Loud Fest cover story, Big Boss Vette told us, “Chloe Bailey [of Chloe X Halle] posted my song on her story, and my phone was in the background of the video playing. All of a sudden, it went crazy. That caused the label deals and Republic was one of them. I was like, ‘Let’s go with Republic, let’s go.’ This is the best decision that I’ve ever made. I love it here so much. They have grown me as an artist within the last year and a half. It’s crazy.”

And Tay Money said, “I just didn’t really understand how much I loved music until I realized that I could create my own. Looking back now, I can see that things made sense – why I would perform in front of my mirror at such a young age. Once I realized that I could make it a career, I didn’t believe in not succeeding. Nothing was in my way, and I was knocking everything over to make that happen. I’m just so happy that I have a job like this because I would do this for free. The fact that I make money doing it is even better.”

In “Not Another DJ,” ACRAZE said, “The Hollywood Palladium show is gonna be crazy. I’m introducing brand new visuals for the first time that I know will blow people’s minds. I’m also bringing several high-profile special guests. We’re working hard to create the best ACRAZE experience that’s just about the music. I can’t wait to share it with everyone who comes out to support and watch the show. March 10th is gonna be a night to remember, for sure.”
































































































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