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Best Rap & Hip Hop in Anaheim

Juvenile at House of Blues

Juvenile

American rapper Juvenile and the 400 Degreez Band are heading out on a huge nationwide tour this summer to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the gold-certified track, Back That Azz Up. You might have caught the orchestral rendition that he performed during his NPR Music's Tiny Desk Concert, and his live show promises to be even better. Make sure you catch him on this special tour!

Peso Pluma at Honda Center Anaheim

Peso Pluma

One of Billboard's Latin Artists on the rise, Peso Pluma (or the Double P) is heading out on his debut North American tour this summer, bringing his brand of reinvigorated, tuba-laden Mexican corridos to you, stating "I am looking forward to connecting with my fans in every city and getting to experience every moment of this with them." Known for fusing together hip-hop and trap, you can expect to hear fan favorites including 'Ella Baila Sola', 'PRC' and many more!

Jelly Roll at Honda Center Anaheim

Jelly Roll

Nashville native rapper JellyRoll saw his music career kick off in 2010 when his track "Pop Another Pill" with Lil Wyte received over 1 million hits on YouTube. Two years later, he released his debut "The Big Sal Story" and "Whiskey, Weed & Waffle House" in 2013, which famously landed him in a court case with the popular restaurant chain. Today, the rapper has 18 albums under his belt and is preparing to hit the road on the Beautifully Broken tour!

Suicide Boys at Honda Center Anaheim

Suicide Boys

Combining a flurry of genres and influences from punk rock icons like the Misfits and Minor Threat with the slick production and sparse, hypnotic beats of hip hop and trap, the Suicide Boys are proving themselves a force to be reckoned with. The duo, comprised of rapping Ruby Da Cherry aka Suicide Leopard and producing Slick Sloth, call their unique fusion horrorcore glitch-trap and are bringing its bone-shaking bass and dark rhymes to you once again!

YG at House of Blues

YG

Upon releasing his debut album My Krazy Life in 2014, Compton born and raised rapper YG became synonymous with the revitalisation of West Coast Gangsta Rap, harking back to the genre's funk-edged 90s roots whilst keeping his hot topic, politically-angled lyrics firmly based in tackling the social injustices of the present. This year he's hitting the road with brand new album 'Just Re'd Up 3'.

Bone Thugs N Harmony at Garden Grove Amphitheatre

Bone Thugs N Harmony

Hip-Hop legends Bone Thugs N Harmony are heading out on a much anticipated new tour, bringing you their plethora of big tunes and even bigger personalities. Honored with numerous awards, the five-piece are one of the most influential groups in their field. Don't miss your chance to see these icons live.

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