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Recap: The Smokers Club Fest 2018 ~ Young Thug, Wiz Khalifa, Flatbush Zombies

12:12 AM PDT on May 4, 2018

The Smokers Club Fest took place this past weekend in Long Beach at the Queen Mary Harbor. With two days of live music from some of the most exciting figures and up-and-coming acts in hip-hop culture, it was definitely worth the outing.

Rapper Lil' Skies from Pennsylvania, PA had the crowd moving to his song "Lust."

Artist GoopMassta painting at the Pabst Blue Ribbon booth during Smokers Club. 
Compton native Boogie took to the stage and performed his tracks from his recent project 2014 project "Thirst 48".

Hip-hop group from Vallejo, California, SOBxRBE came to show the crowd what all the hype is about.

The rapper known as SEX!! aka Young Thug sang his recent hit "Anybody".

Tennesse native Xavier Wulf opened up his set with "Check It Out".

Gucci gang, Gucci gang, Gucci gang, Gucci gang! 

One of the greatest rappers of this generation 2 Chainz opened up with his classic joint "I'm Different".

Rapper Wiz Khalifa with a band and back-up singers on the Stick.E.Vape stage ended night one of Smokers Club.

Super Clinik Stage ended Day One with a performance by Rich The Kid.

On Day Two of Smokers Club Fest, Academy Award-winning Juicy J takes the Stick.E.Vape stage.

L.A. native and former Odd Future member, Earl Sweatshirt performed on the Super Clink Stage.

Ty Dolla Sign immediately takes to the crowd and gets them hype for his performance.

Two-time Grammy-nominated rapper from North Carolina, Rapsody with a great performance of tracks from her recent project "Laila's Wisdom."

In order : Erick Arc Elliott (top), Meechy Darko (mid) and Zombie Juice (bot) are Flatbush Zombies. Opened with tracks from their latest project, "Vacation in Hell."

Recording artist & record producer Isaiah Rashad salutes the crowd from atop the Stick.E.Vape Stage.

East Harlem rapper Dave East on his way to perform on the Super Clink stage.

All photos by L.A. Taco senior event photographer Erwin Recinos. Keep up with updates on the next opportunity to attend this event by following for updates on Twitter and Instagram for details on the The Smokers Club Fest 2019.

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