Real 92.3 and Nos helped put together the DUB show at the L.A. Convention center July 10th to reveal the hottest names in hip hop and tricked out custom cars. The concert line-up included 50 Cent, ScHoolboy Q, Fat Joe with Remy Ma and much more. Car clubs, custom dealers and radio stations came together celebrating some good times.
Photos by: @Markie818
Madeintyo, Kent Jones, and Migos performed live in the background as you walked hundreds of aisles filled with fresh whips and clean oldies. One upset was the clash between DJ’s on the floor and performers on the stage. Migos performed their new “Look At My Dab (Back To The Bando)” and had everyone hitting it. French Montana performed his hit “Don’t Panic,” keep an eye out for his upcoming album MC4 expected to release August 19th this year.
When Fat Joe and Remy Ma took the stage fans were in for some serious throwback with performances of “Lean Back” and “Make It Rain.” Following was OT Genasis who turned up the crowd with his bangers “Coco,” “Cut It” and “Push It.” It was surprising to see 50 Cent open up for Jay Rock and ScHoolboy Q but he brought some serious nostalgia with “Candy Shop,” “P.I.M.P,” “In Da Club,” and “Best Friend.”
TDE set the scene with Jay Rock who opened up with “Money Trees.” Although the crowd thinned out, those who stayed were day one fans rapping along to “Hood Gone Love It” and his more recent “Vice City.” The crowd went wild for Schoolboy Q until the speakers malfunctioned and set off the vibe. Despite the late start to “Hands On The Wheel,” Q had fans bouncing. He wrapped up the show with songs from his new Blank Face LP like “Big Body,” “JoHn Muir” and “THat Part.”