DUB SHOW 2014 LOS ANGELES, CA.
“Beauty is in the eye of the beholder“…and on April 6th my eyes witnessed lowriders sittin’ sideways, candy coated painted whips, and big body metal frames flexing on the grounds in the City of Angels. If you haven’t been staying connected to what‘s been going on lately. The Street Motivation team was there to see the Monster Energy Dub Show Tour 2014 get live and direct on Sunday afternoon at the Los Angeles Convention Center.
While some custom doors confessed to their random acts of ceremonious hari-kari. Others were opened as wide as angel wings welcoming all car enthusiast to take a look at its interior. Admiring the bear clawed bonnets that split, matte colored trucks, Benz, Bentleys, Lambos, motorcycles, bikes, skateboards, and other luxury cars and SUVs. It was about that time to catch the DUB Show performers tear the roof off the way the west coast knows how to do it. Mixing on the ones and twos and warming up the crowd was the youngest Monster Kid DJ, DJ E Fresh, who is one of six talented siblings of B-Boys and B-Girls known as the Chi-Town’s Finest Breakers aka Monster Kids. After joining his brothers and sisters showing off their B-Boy and B-Girl stance on the stage, Power 106 FM’s own, Big Boy, introduced his artists Tay F 3rd and Beach Boy, out of Long Beach City, from his own label Big Boy Music Records. Also rocking out the crowd at the Monster Energy Dub Show was Baby Bash, Problem, Bad Lucc, Nipsey Hussle, T-Pain, and The Game. Ending the show with a master plan, the Dub Show Tour closed with the mastermind of Rick Ross, performing tracks off of his latest albums and his number one album, Mastermind. Leaving the crowd with something real and motivated…If you’ve missed the Energy Monster Dub Show 2014 in L.A., don’t fret. Street Motivation Magazine will be your guide, giving you the coverage of this event. Just go to SM-Mag.com and see who’s been motivated! Salute…