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Photos: Smokin’ Grooves Fest 2019 ~ Long Beach

2:03 PM PDT on June 17, 2019

    [dropcap size=big]N[/dropcap]ow in its second year booked and promoted by Goldenvoice, Smokin’ Grooves Festival took place this past Saturday at Queen Mary Events Park in Long Beach.

    The diverse R&B/hip-hop influenced lineup featured performances by multi-Grammy winning artists Usher and Erykah Badu plus sets from some of today’s hottest talent; Ella Mai, Daniel Caesar and Kali Uchis. Common and T-Pain will also perform along with Summer Walker, Pink Sweat$, Jacquees, Ari Lennox, and many more. Check it out.

    Summer Walker is an R&B song writer from Atlanta, Georgia.

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    Pink Sweat$ is originally from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

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