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FRUSH Pick: Leswood’s “Won’t Love Ya”

The West Coast artist LesWood releases new heat ahead of new mixtape

 They say the West Coast is back and upcoming street fan favorite, L.A. rapper LESWOOD, is boldly making an impact in the music movement.  From rocking stages with multi-platinum producer and rapper, DJ Mustard and L.A. artist RJ, to releasing his official West Coast banger “Won’t Luv Ya” today, LESWOOD summer takeover is already beginning

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FRUSH Pick – Trinidad James

TRINIDAD JAMES, NIPSEY HUSSLE, PROBLEM, HIT BOY, STEVIE WILLIAMS, ROSA ACOSTA AND MORE GIVE BACK TO THE COMMUNITY AT CELEBRITY BASKETBALL GAME & SNEAKER DRIVE

Celebs in attendance also included Kevin McCall, Moniece Slaughter, Michael Blackson, Jay 305, King Keraun, Lil Rome Diddy, Compton AV and more

 Atlanta Hip-Hop favorite Trinidad James spearheaded an overwhelmingly successful Sneaker Drive and Celebrity Basketball Game at Crenshaw High School over the weekend. The Camp James event received an outpouring of support and was geared towards providing sneaker donations to those in the community who need it most. The festivities drew a star-studded list of West Coast stars and celebrities including Nipsey Hussle, Problem, Hit Boy, Rosa Acosta, Michael Blackson, Kevin McCall, Compton AV, Stevie Williams, Lil Rome Diddy, Moniece Slaughter, King Keraun, Jay 305, Lisa B, Big U, Eastwood, Cameo, ReazonOverdose and more, with DJ Looney and Power 106 DJ’s curating the sounds for the day.

 

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FRUSH Pick – Melo Kan

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L.A.’s own socially conscious rap artist Melo KAN took action in the community over the weekend by organizing a clothing donation drive on Skid Row. The rising star, who dishes about “empowerment for all” in his lyrics, set up shop in front of the Los Angeles Mission building on San Julian and 5th Streets in Downtown L.A. to provide much needed clothing for the city’s less fortunate.

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