When I first entered the spoken word and writing community in the mid-1990s, one of the biggest names in the Southern California scene was Michele Serros. The Oxnard-born Serros was a groundbreaking Chicana poet, essayist, novelist, and comedic writer .
Oversized khaki shorts, white knee-high socks, a plaid shirt and the tattoos to match, a signature look for 'cholos' — Japanese 'cholos.' The fashion and tendencies behind the Chicano subculture — originating in the Mexican-American empowerment .
Los Angeles, CA – Scoop DeVille is working on a yet-to-be-titled album and has released the first single in the form of “Suavecito.” The project will be mixed and mastered by DJ Quik, according to a press release.
In their ruffled tuxedo shirts, the Los Angeles ... generation in Los Angeles, Chicano Batman represents a greater array of musical influences. Bassist and singer Eduardo Arenas recalled growing up with a love of gangsta rap and blaring Ice Cube from.
Although he works in a style that is more than 30 years old, his viewpoint is that of a young Chicano looking far into the future. He doesn't like what he sees. "In California ... screened T- shirts to fill an order for a coming hip-hop conference in.
Within the first few hours of the Tropicália Music and Taco Festival on Saturday, it became clear that the event would define an important cultural moment for Southern California ... Latin & Proud” shirts squealed to each other (with as much surprise.
But for fashion designer Willy Chavarria, the spirit of the cholo is everything. His eponymous label embraces the unique style that he saw growing up in California in the 80s and 90s, taking the looks of the Chicanxs prowling the streets of LA in.
Forget those stupid San Antonio T- shirts of the “1 tequila 2 tequila 3 tequila floor” variety. What you need are some authentic tees that scream real Alamo City cultura in a real artful manner. We're talking the puro-est of puro San Antonio, with.
Call it a renaissance if you must, but Long Beach is experiencing a critical mass of rap talent—some gangsters, some not—that won't be going ignored for much longer. Below are 10 young, up-and-coming Long Beach rappers who are currently out there .
When FYF Fest started in 2004 it was just a collection of small punk shows featuring local bands at a couple of venues in Echo Park. But this once-humble little local show has grown immensely in the past few years, moving to the Los Angeles State.