A Glorious Time at the Blaze-N-Glory Festival

Blaze-N-Glory was one of the best so-cal festivals of the year. Blaze-N-Glory understood what the audience desired in a cannabis music event with its range of musical talent.  Black Salt Tone was a great start providing some great professional reggae. Then  Radical Something switched things up, with a blend of California vibe, ska, and hip-hop, creating a nice switch of pace.  Seedless  then came on bringing a sporadic change, in styles of reggae, maintaining a very distinct sound. The soothing voice of Hirie couldn’t have been any better showcasing  outstanding vocal progression with each and every song. Performing  his fun beats and lyrics, Prof brought some great energy to the crowd with nothing but great vibes.

A reggae legend such as Stephen Marley had such a golden voice, performing his original songs and covers of Bob Marley, following in his father’s footstep being one of reggae’s best. Another California native rock group, The Growlers, brought their blend of 60s rock with heavy sound effects representing a new musical taste to the California scene of music. Then  an iconic hip-hop duo, Atmosphere performed, bringing it way back, to some classic hip-hop to their current music, with such a loyal fan base still there as if was still the 90s.

Now with the 90s in mind, one of the most iconic rappers of that era, NAS,  came on next, performing  hit after hit, still bringing  the same hype as if it was the first time you have heard of him. The last performer to go on was GRiZ with great DJ jams producing  some phenomenal future funk sounds, making it seem as the night was never going to end.

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Author: Isaac Hernandez

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