Cham, or Baby Cham to many of fans, is the old school, now new school man of dancehall. It's been a while since Cham has promoted an album and boy is he back with a story to tell. Earlier this week Cham graced the stage at the Dub Club here in Los Angeles and we were all ears.
Music and culture is embedded into the soul of the talented four that make up the group RSNY. Hailing from New York, by way of the likkle island of Jamaica, the group sought out to combine the vibrations of each parish into their music to become a true expression of who they are as artists and as people.
In a short amount of time, Eesah has become one of Jamaica's most talked about new artists, known for his cross-genre flow and unmistakable charisma. Many music aficionados have been asking, "Who is Eesah?" As more fans become aware of Eesah's inspirational messages backed by seamless, forward-thinking production, so are DJs, radio stations and reggae-dancehall connoisseurs, who have begun documenting the star's ascension. Get to know Eesah in our exclusive video interview, here on KingstonToLA.
BoomYard is Los Angeles' hottest day party with non-stop vibes. Every second Sunday of the month, BoomYard shows up at Delicious Pizza on West Adams Boulevard. Not only is it a great place to gather with friends, family and little ones, it's also a delicious brunch spot. Serving up pancakes, mimosas, pizza and more, all while also dishing out the dopest Caribbean DJ's in LA. Playing roots, reggae, dancehall, soca, afro-beats and culture on the ones and two's all afternoon long. The vibes are like none other in the City of Angels.
The city of Los Angeles has small pockets of community - Downton LA, West Hollywood, Beverly Hills, Echo Park, Venice, Sliverlake, Lemeirt Park, the list goes on. Each with it's own story to tell. Each it's own constellation of vibes and every Angeleno knows what they will get when visiting or residing in these different communities. It is a rare day when this city feels whole; feels like a community. Saturday, January 21st, at the Women's March LA was one of those rare occasions.
You might have seen the look on Beyoncé, Kendall Jenner, Jourdan Dunn and other trendsetters. The off-shoulder top is back and still the sexy/conservative look every woman should be rocking this Spring. At KNG2LA, we have taken notice of this 90s throwback style and it fondly reminds us of Grease and Olivia Newton's off shoulder black top. The width of this look is endless.
Bright color eye makeup is perfect for Spring and an 80s throwback that we can't get enough of currently, at KNG2LA! This new trend alert is for both mascara and eyeliner, which creates a monochromatic look fresh for the season. It's a bold, daring style that matches any skin complexion.