DGB RECAP: Rolling Loud L.A. 2019, Heavy Hitters and Memorable Tributes

The Sold Out SoCal Festival’s Brings the Hip-Hop World Together to Celebrate Hip-Hop’s Biggest Decade and Mourn Fallen Heroes

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A new mid-December tradition, Rolling Loud Los Angeles never fails to bring a dose of spiced sauce to the holiday season. Providing a suitable finale for the decade when hip-hop became the most popular genre in the world, the sold-out festival brought 60,000 fans to Banc of California Stadium for an unforgettable day of music.

RL LA had an energetic, but bittersweet vibe, as the hip-hop world mourned the loss of Juice WRLD and hometown hero Nipsey Hussle. Still, all the performers and fans did their best to carry the torch for hip-hop, in which they did. Rolling Loud was filled with high energy performances from heavy-hitters and unforgettable moments, that will go down in Rolling Loud History.


The Southern takeover was real at this years Rolling Loud Festival. Some of the hottest artist out of the South took over the stage and made sure we felt their high energy and Southern Hospitality through their performances.

Lil Uzi performed with his latest hit “Fatsful Shuffle”(flames included), Young Thug made sure to deliver his most recent hits, Hot girl Meg came through serving the crowd straight bars, Da Baby came to cool down the scene with splashes from his water bottle, Dolph graced us with style and lyrics, to top it off Future closed the act with some of his most memorable songs.


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Young Thug

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L.A. Natives came through to show their Hometowns major love at Rolling Loud. Tyga brought the team out with a stage full of dancers and performance full of hits.

Compton natives YG and Roddy Ricch joined the stage together to honor Nipsey Hussle.

The Leimert Park Legend Dom Kennedy also stopped by to show love to his city paying homage to the late Nipsey Hussle as well.

That wasn’t all of L.A. who came to perform, The Game and Blue face hit the stage together while Blue face hit the crip walk, The game grooved beside, rapping his recent songs.

Tyga hitting the stage with style and grace.

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YG and Roddy Ricch join the stage with Nipsey Hussle tribute:

Dom Kennedy pays tribute to the late Nipsey Hussle

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The Game and Blue Face getting down with the crowd

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WATCH the emotional celebration of the late artist’s (Juice WRLD) legacy–figures like Benny Blanco, G Herbo,YBN Cordae and Juice’s family made an appearance on stage at Rolling Loud to celebrate his life.

Juice WRLD’S girlfriend Ally also gave emotional remarks regarding the passing of the late Rap star.


What’s Rolling Loud without a little drama? Here’s some trending altercations that happened at this years Rolling Loud L.A.

West Coast manager Wack100 get’s knocked out by Nipsey Hussle’s former bodyguard (J-Roc). Although there’s not a video of the actual altercation, here’s footage below of the aftermath

Adam 22 takes a slap in the face with Mic due to making a comment about Eminem to MGK. The comment really ruffled some feathers and caused MGK to slap the Mic out of Adam’s hand.

Lil Yachty and his crew got into it with a trash talker which didn’t end so well for the random man.

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