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Rolling Loud Festival is billed as the largest Hip-Hop festival in the world. Last weekend, the Miami-based event brought their two-day experience to the NOS Event Center in San Bernardino. L.A. TACO photographer Erwin Recinos was there to cover the festivities from inside the photo pit, surrounded by thousands of screaming hip-hop fans.

SmokePurp on the Dab Stage.

Lil' Xan on the Dab Stage playing to the crowd.

Trippie Redd performing on the Dab Stage.


Jaden Smith performed songs from his recently release album "SYRE".

Lil' Yachty repping the Los Angeles Kings jersey.

The "Tunnel Vision" rapper known as Kodak Black took over the Dab Stage.

The No. 4 New York Times Best Selling Author, Gucci Mane "laflare". 

Keyshia Ka'oir  hit the stage with her husband dancing with the crowd.

Lil' Uzi Vert hit the stage hard with energy and the crowd gave it all back.

Migos from left to right (Quavo,Offset ,Takeoff) performing on the Loud Stage.

South Central Los Angeles rapper Schoolboy Q was in the crowd taking in the Migo's performance.


Day Two of Rolling Loud started with watching Chicago based rapper G Herbo  performing on the Dab Stage. 

Robb Banks performed on the Sauce Stage and raised the crowd's energy level up a few notches. 

Seshollowaterboyz are a hip hop musical collective based in Los Angeles made up of the four underground rappers Bones (not pictured)Xavier WulfChris Travis, and Eddy Baker.

Photographer in the Pit Media section of the concert.

The self proclaimed King of Memphis, rapper Young Dolph. 


Rich the Kid performed this year's hit single, New Freezer

The artist Lil’ Pump, performed his top 10 hit "Gucci Gang".

Lil' Xan closed down the Sauce Stage.

21 Savage killed the Dab Stage performing Bank Account.

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