Event Recap: Top 20 Moments From Real 92.3 Real Street Festival

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On the grounds of the Honda Center in Anaheim, California the first Real 92.3 Real Street Festival has been deemed to be a success! The massive event was a seamless celebration of Hip-Hop, street art, lifestyle — where everything from a car show, a hair and nail salon, Megan Thee Stallion driving everyone’s boat, Big Boy’s Neighborhood, A$AP Rocking giving his first post-Swedish imprisonment took place. The two-day festival was positively executed as fans enjoyed a fun-filled weekend with non-stop music from some of Hip-Hop’s elite.

If you weren’t at Real Street Festival you 100% missed out but don’t worry Dirty Glove Bastard has you covered! Read the Top 20 Moments from Real 92.3 Real Street Festival after the jump!

1. Big Boy’s Neighborhood

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Real 92.3 Real Street brought Big Boy’s Neighborhood to real life, as they chatted and interviewed artists just like they do on their morning radio show. Inside of the air-conditioned portion of the Honda Center, the neighborhood included classic old school cars, a barbershop, a tattoo shop, a hair shop, a nail shop, and an arcade. It was quite an experience.

Big Boy’s Neighborhood featured interviews with artist such as Trippie Redd, Blueface, Miguel, Megan Thee Stallion, Doja Cat, Saweetie and more!

The neighborhood hosted an eccentric display of elite classic cars from West Coast Customs.

From walking around and sweating all-day fans could relax and pamper themselves in Big Boy’s Neighborhood. Attendees could get a fade from the barbershop presented by Cantu which used barbers from Brotherhood Barbershop. Additionally, you could grab from an array of products from the Cantu men’s collection line.

Broke a nail? They could fix that. Hair was looking a little crusty? They could fix that. Throughout the two-day festival, anytime warranted you could head over to the nail salon and hair salon presented by Rich Girl Candy and get yourself back festival ready!

Another cool feature to the neighborhood was the tattoo parlor featuring the crews of celebrity tattoo artists Mz Ink Bomb and Carlos Macias. Granted you had to have an appointment, the wait was all worth it as most of the pieces came out amazing.

Lastly, fans could enter an entirely new world in the VR Graffiti Experience arcade. Fans could create graffiti art and have it displayed on a huge LED wall.

2. Megan Thee Stallion Drove The Boat

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Megan Thee Stallion brought out all walks of life to get a glimpse of her strong kneecaps during her set. In a twerk-filled performance, Thee Stallion brought Texas to Cali as she performed bops like “Realer,” “Cash Shit,” “Simon Says”, “Freak Nasty” and “Big Ole Freak.”

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3. 2 Chainz Had Fans Catching A Vibe

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2 Chainz aka Tity Boi does things his way bringing in a full band instead of the normal DJ. 2 Chainz performed all his bops including, “I’m Different,” “Watch Out” “Big Amount,” “Rich As Fuck,” “Good Drank” “It’s A Vibe,” “4 AM,” “No Problem,” “PROUD”, “No Lie” “All Me,” and more.

4. Jay Rock + Sir + Zacari + Reason

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Jay Rock and the newest signees: Reason, SiR, and Zacari represented for Top Dawg Entertainment at Real Street Festival.

Jay Rock executed an unbelievable performance of “The Bloodiest,” “Win,” and “Kings Dead,” which won Rock, Kendrick Lamar, Future and James Blake the Grammy for best rap performance earlier this year.

5. Meek Mill Took Cali to Philly For The Night

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With the release of his new Amazon docu-series, #FreeMeek, Meek Mill’s set was a highly anticipated one. Chanting “Free Meek”, a one-hour performance wasn’t enough for fans of the Philly rapper. In a passion-filled set, the crowd knew every word to songs like “House Party,” “Going Bad”, “Dreams and Nightmares”, “24/7” “Tap” and “I’m A Boss.”

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Meek Mill represented for MMG and his Dreamchasers imprint, reminding audiences that he dropped one of the best albums of 2018, Championships.

Taking a little break, Meek let his DJ go on a journey as he played songs from his Legendary Nights tourmates Future, YG + Mustard, and Megan Thee Stallion before wrapping it up to “On Me”

6. Rae Sremmurd Was The Definition of Energy

There is no other show like a Rae Sremmurd show, the brotherly duo delivered a powerful performance at Real Street Fest. Thriving with hits like “Black Beatles,” “Swang”, “Come Get Her,” “No Type,” “Look Alive,” “Throw Sum Mo,” and “No Flex Zone” it’s no wonder the crowd was gasping for water during their set.

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Swae Lee had his solo moments as he performed “Guatemala.”, his Post Malone collaboration “Sunflower” and French Montana collaboration “Unforgettable.”

7. Food Trucks, Bulgogi, and Ice Cream, oh my!

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Real Street Fest included two stages, the North and South stage where fans would only have to cross a few feet between each set. Besides the stages, the festival made sure of three things all the attendees had plenty of food options, outdoor activities, and hydration.

The food truck choices were all good substances from the normal tacos and burritos, corn, funnel cakes, and pupusas to the Rip & Dip ice cream truck, Bulgogi tents, and Mason’s Den you were bound to find something that hit the spot.

One of the outdoor activations included Cruz’s Comidas presented by Loop Colors which showcased a giant calaveras mural by Cale One and Ekae.

The Marathon Store Pop-Up showcased the re-creation of Danny Mateo’s iconic Nipsey Hussle mural on the official store on Slauson.

To help keep attendees cooled down came Reebok and Foot Locker to the rescue! Called the “Reemix” workshop, Reebok and Footlocker allowed fans to customize their own shows with spray paint, lace, and stencils in a two-story pop-up trailer. The trailer featured a giant water fan and places for people to charge their phones. In addition, all you had to do was spin a wheel and you could walk away with a new pair of shoes!

Other fun Indoor/Outdoor activations were brought to Real Fest by Dave and Busters, Swisher Sweets, Royal Blunts, Cantu, HUF, Ciroc, Fresh Empire, Rockstar Energy Drink, Jack Daniel’s, Monaco Cocktail, White Claw Hard Seltzer, Cantu Hair Care, West Coast Customs, No Jumper, Rip N’ Dip Apparel, AT&T, Hennessy, Cîroc, EI School of Professional Makeup, Nexx Burger, The Gold Gods, California Community Colleges (CCC), Get Insurance Today, BTB Mgmt, and more.

8. Saweetie Brought Out All The ICY Girls and Boys

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Saweetie came dripped out on stage with a blue bandana outfit inspired by Nipsey Hussle. Designed by Brittany Ellis, Saweetie’s ensembled featured a bra and board short two-piece, a dramatic floor-length durag and tall platform heels.

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The Bay Area rapper began her set to “High Maintenance” and iced out the stage with records “ICY GIRL,” “Hot Boy,” and Hot 100 Billboard record, “My Type.”

9. Roddy Ricch Had Us “Ballin”

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Recently named an XXL Freshman, Roddy Ricch has been taking over the airwaves lately with the success of records “Racks in the Middle” and “Die Young.”

Roddy sat down with Bootleg Kev and confirmed that he has new music with Drake and the title of his debut album, Please Excuse Me For Being Antisocial. Talking about the album Roddy says,

“We’ve been working on it for a little minute. Getting the sound together. I just be wanting my fans to like, feel like I’m bringing them something nobody bringing them. Just watching the waves, how everybody drop so fast. I be on some ‘perfecting my craft,’ just making sure the music is all the way there.”

Roddy Ricch took over the South Stage performed hits such as “Ballin”, “Every Season” and “Ricch Forever,” to a major crowd of excited fans.

10. Rockstar Energy Kept The Festival Going

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Thank goodness for Rockstar at Real Street Fest! If it wasn’t for Rockstars being readily available I don’t think anyone could have made it to watch the headliners perform. An entire day spent jumping around and screaming by the time nightfall came fans were dropping like flies but a few sips of Rockstar? We were ready to rage again!

11. PnB Rock Was A TrapStar Turnt Popstar

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PnB Rock was a TrapStar Turnt PopStar, setting the stage with the R&B vibes like, “Selfish,” “Too Many Years,” “Dangerous,” “Everyday We Lit” and “I Like Girls.”

PnB Rock sat down with REAL 92.3 at The Hennessy Lounge and discussed his new music video, “Middle Child” honoring XXXTentacion. Watch the interview below.

12. Lil Baby Brought Out Lil Tecca

For Lil Baby’s set, the Drip Harder rapper shutdown the stage to “Yes Indeed,” “Freestyle,” “All of a Sudden,” “Life Goes On,” “Chanel (Go Get It),” “My Dawg,””Baby” featuring Da Baby and “Close Friends.”

The Quality Control rapper also brought out 16-year-old Lil Tecca to perform “Ransom.”

13. Doja Cat’s Performance Was “Juicy”

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Known for the viral song, “Mooo!” Doja Cat hit the stage at giving supporters a glorious fun and energetic performance.

Wearing a funky, all pink ensemble Doja took over Real Street Fest with songs like, “Tia Tamera,” “Go to Town” and her latest single “Juicy” featuring Tyga. Watch the music video for “Juicy” below.

14. Cardi Took The stage, Cardi Had The Braids! 

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Cardi was THE party! The Invasion of Privacy rapper opened her set donning a white jumpsuit with blue and magenta sparkling stars and the sides cut out and blue and magenta braids to match.

Real Street Fest couldn’t get enough of Bardi as she inaugurated her set to “Get Up 10” then went into hits like “Backin’ It Up,” “Money Bag,” “Taki Taki,” “Money,” “I Like It” and “Thotiana.”

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Cardi let it be known that she is all about women empowerment, screaming “Ladies!” in the mic all through her set. Slowing it down, Cardi performed songs like “Be Careful,” “Please Me,” and “Ring.”

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Bardi gave an explosive performance of “Press” before closing out the show to “Bodak Yellow.”

15. Migos Took Us To The “Stripper Bowl”

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Migos show was one like no other instantly starting the party to the fan-favorite song, “Stripper Bowl”. Then, the Quality Control rappers took it back for the day one’s with hits like “Hannah Montana,” “Handsome and Wealthy,” and “Fight Night”.

Going into their newer music, Quavo performed his verse from Mustard’s “100 Bands” track and Offset performed “Ric Flair Drip” before Cardi B joined her husband for a rendition of “Clout”.

The dynamic performance also included hits like, “I Get The Bag,” “Walk It Like It”, “Slippery,” “T-Shirt”, “Stir Fry”, “Narcos” and “Bad and Bougee.”

Migos closed out the show to their Mustard-produced track “Pure Water” and announced the release date of the Quality Control: Control the Streets, Vol. 2 album on August 16th.

16. A$AP Rocky Performed For The First Time Since Sweden

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A$AP Rocky performed for the first time since being released from prison in Sweden. Flacko began his set behind a white curtain, which dropped to feature the rapper on a raised platform as a bundle of men in masks jumped around religiously behind him.

If anyone knows A$AP then you know he loves a mosh pit so better way to welcome him home with a non-stop abundance of them!? A$AP Rocky had Real Street Fest mobbing to songs like, “RAF,” “Yamborghini High,” and “PICK IT UP.” The concert featured an array of guests from Tyler, the Creator, ASAP Ferg and YG who added their pizzazz to the monumental show. Tyler, The Creator performed “EarfQuake” and “Who Dat Boy”, Ferg lit everyone up with “Work” and “Plain Jane” and YG represented for the westside with “Big Bank” and “Go Loko.”

Addressing his Sweden imprisonment Flako spoke to the crowd,

“While I was away — hold the mosh pits a minute, this is a sentimental moment — what I experienced was crazy. I’m so happy to be here right now. I just want to say, what I experienced was crazy. I’m so happy to be here right now. Y’all don’t even understand. That was a scary humbling experience.”

17. Future Took Us On A Spaceship to Pluto

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Future performed songs such as “WIFI LIT,” “March Madness,” “Jumpman,” “Low Life,” “King’s Dead,” “Mask Off,” “Where Ya At”, “Fuck Up Some Commas,” “Thought It Was A Drought,” “Wicked,” “Real Sisters,” “Stick Talk,” and brought out Ty Dolla $ign and Rae Sremmurd for “Blase”.

As the show was closing out Future made sure to mention, “if there’s one thing they can’t say about me is that I ain’t got hits for days!” And, he sure is right about that one. Make sure to check Future out on the Legendary Nights tour with Meek Mill, YG + Mustard, and Megan The Stallion.

18. RJMrLA Was Turnt ‘On God’

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Fresh off debuting his brand new album, On God, RJMrLA gave an electrifying concert at Real Street Festival. MrLA rocked the stage to songs such as, “Get Out Yo Feelin’s,” “Hard Way,” “Not To Be,” “Is It Mine” and his newest track, “Rat Race.”

Stream RJMrLa’s On God below.

19. Big Sean Performed G.O.O.D. Music

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Big Sean had a G.O.O.D. set as he trouted around the stage to songs like “I Don’t Fuck With You,” “Mercy”, “A$$,” “Beware,” “Moves”, “Bounce Back” and his latest single “Single Again”.

20. Miguel Had Everyone Smokin’ and Drankin’

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Miguel brought the soulful side to Real Street Fest singing ballads like, “Come Through and Chill”, “Simple Things,” “All I Want Is You,” “How Many Drinks?”, “Adorn You,” “Sure Thing” “Do You …” and “Sky Walker.” 

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