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West Coast Takeover: YG and Tyga Bring LA Energy to Rolling Loud California

Updated: Mar 18


On the second day of Rolling Loud California, YG and Tyga took the stage and filled the air with the unmistakable energy of LA. YG started off the show with a bang, performing his biggest hits, such as "Who Do You Love?," "Left, Right," and "My N***a," much to the delight of the audience. This performance was especially significant as it marked the 10th anniversary of his highly praised debut album, My Krazy Life.



Rolling Loud / Amanda @respectivecollective



He got the crowd up with his string of hits, including "Rack City," "Soak City" and "Faded". The audience was in for a surprise when Inglewood native 310babii joined him on stage for a special appearance. But the real moment of collaboration came when Tyga and YG joined forces to perform their well-known collaborations like "Go Loko," showing their chemistry and camaraderie.






As the show continued, the atmosphere reached new heights when the two artists engaged in an epic "song for song" battle, taking turns showcasing their individual hits. The excitement grew even more when Tyga proudly brought out his son, King Cairo, for an adorable father-son performance, creating a heartwarming moment that won over the crowd.

To wrap up their unforgettable set, YG and Tyga surprised the audience once again by bringing out Cali's very own Saweetie. The trio performed together, solidifying the sense of community and unity that permeated the event. Fans couldn't contain their excitement as YG and Saweetie publicly displayed their affection for one another, leaving a lasting impression on everyone in attendance.


Rolling Loud / Mickey Pierre Louis



Overall, YG and Tyga's performance at Rolling Loud California Day 2 was a true celebration of the LA music scene. From their individual hits to their joint collaborations, they showcased the talent and artistry that has made them household names. With surprise appearances, heartfelt moments, and infectious energy, YG and Tyga left a lasting impression on the passionate crowd, further establishing themselves as icons of the West Coast hip-hop scene.



Photo Credit: Rolling Loud / Amanda @respectivecollective

Rolling Loud / Mickey Pierre Louis


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