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Five female emerging artists you need to hear

Billie Eilish, Sigird, Sampa the Great, Mabel & Jessie Reyez

Get ready to discover your new favorite artist.

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Nick Murphy shows he’s the new-and-improved version of Chet Faker to close out 30 Days in LA

Nick Murphy

SHOW REVIEW: Call him Chet Faker, Nick Murphy or whatever name you want — it doesn’t change the fact that he always pours his heart and soul out onstage.

Lucky to be alive, YG is celebrating life to the fullest

YG

SHOW REVIEW: If extended album delays, a near-death experience and government censorship can’t stop YG, I don’t know what can. And neither does he.

Jhené Aiko turns a hometown show at Avalon into her own living room party

Jhené Aiko

SHOW REVIEW: On this night for Red Bull Sound Select’s 30 Days in LA series, the local songstress really, really, really didn’t want to leave her home.

After touring with Sia, AlunaGeorge have never been more well-suited to succeed than now

AlunaGeorge

SHOW REVIEW: Whether many attendees had heard of them or not, English electronic duo AlunaGeorge did everything they could to help them not forget.

With dignity and grace, Pusha T stays true to himself

Pusha T

SHOW REVIEW: The veteran Virginia Beach-raised rapper made it clear on this night that his appetite for more will not be diminishing anytime soon.

Isaiah Rashad makes a statement at Echoplex while giving fans a lesson in reverse psychology

Isaiah Rashad

SHOW REVIEW: The 25-year-old emcee has gone from being the contemplative unknown in superstar Kendrick Lamar’s crew to a complete artist deserving of your attention.

Chicago rapper Mick Jenkins pours his heart and soul out during his latest stop through LA

Mick Jenkins

SHOW REVIEW: The 25-year-old emcee used his lyrical sword to cut through faith, violence and race toward a light, which at the very least, was different.

Stormzy shows no fear in his LA debut at The Echo

Stormzy

PHOTOS: Known as the budding sensation of grime, the towering South London emcee elevated an energized crew that was full of life.

Holy Fuck showcase new material at The Roxy

PHOTOS: Despite its last studio album coming more than four years ago, the Toronto quartet unleashed a handful of new songs during its hour-long set at The Roxy Theatre.