E-40 Brings The Bay Area To Sacramento

A variety of rappers brought the house down Thursday at Ace of Spades. From individuals dancing in the middle of the floor, to those at the front of the stage, the artists brought Sacramento a top-notch show. The lineup came together from Reno, Black Rock City, Vallejo, Los Angeles and Sacramento. Hip-hop artist DeSaint Reed, reigning from Reno, started off the night with a diverse collection of material ranging from club bangers to slower R&B jams. Following up Reed were Nevada natives Black Rock City All Stars. With a five-member group, each brought their own musical style and sound to the stage. A mixture of rap, heavy bass and ethnic sounds, Black Rock City All Stars brought the meaning of melting pot with their performance. They also entertained the audience with a belly dancer on stage, while all members of the group danced in their own styles. Local rappers M-Theory and Bueno were up next. They both showcased their different rapping styles and kept the crowd entertained. Turf Talk, a Vallejo native and cousin of E-40, was the last opener. With a group of artists, Turf Talk was interactive with the crowd and showed off his animation and liveliness, as he danced among his friends. When Ace of Spades got ready to welcome E-40 to the stage, DJ Kento, who had been spinning in between […]

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E-40 Brings The Bay Area To Sacramento

A variety of rappers brought the house down Thursday at Ace of Spades. From individuals dancing in the middle of the floor, to those at the front of the stage, the artists brought Sacramento a top-notch show. The lineup came together from Reno, Black Rock City, Vallejo, Los Angeles and Sacramento. Hip-hop artist DeSaint Reed, reigning from Reno, started off the night with a diverse collection of material ranging from club bangers to slower R&B jams. Following up Reed were Nevada natives Black Rock City All Stars. With a five-member group, each brought their own musical style and sound to the stage. A mixture of rap, heavy bass and ethnic sounds, Black Rock City All Stars brought the meaning of melting pot with their performance. They also entertained the audience with a belly dancer on stage, while all members of the group danced in their own styles. Local rappers M-Theory and Bueno were up next. They both showcased their different rapping styles and kept the crowd entertained. Turf Talk, a Vallejo native and cousin of E-40, was the last opener. With a group of artists, Turf Talk was interactive with the crowd and showed off his animation and liveliness, as he danced among his friends. When Ace of Spades got ready to welcome E-40 to the stage, DJ Kento, who had been spinning in between […]

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