RnB Live is where you can always find the best RnB music in Los Angeles, and last night The WhatItDo was chillin’ with this grown and sexy crowd. There are very few places in LA where you can mingle with some of the original taste makers in the urban Hollywood scene and with the sultry sounds of both new and old RnB talent filling the air in a cool, relaxed environment, RnB Live is just that!
RnB Live has moved venues several times over the years, but what’s refreshing is they always maintain the same comfortable, relaxed vibe and put on a show that you can sit back and appreciate—which is what I believe has made RnB Live a lasting hit.
RnB Live always gives you something good to listen to! Whether it’s Faith Evans, Eric Benet, Tyrese, or an unsigned local artist, they always have a plethora of talent to showcase.
One talented young artist featured, who is definitely somebody to watch out for, is Blake Carrington. Hailing from Toronto, Canada, Carrington has an innocence and pureness in his sound that I haven’t heard in the Hip Hop community in a very long time. His sound reminds me of original Hip Hop. Before it was all about guns and colors, Hip Hop was about music and how it could make you feel on a hot summer day, driving with the top down, eating a popsicle, listening to the beats of LL Cool J. Artists like Carrington, and the rest of a fresh new era of non-violent positive poets will take the Hip Hop culture back to it’s RnB roots in positivity, real lyricism, and creativity which is definitely WhatItDo!
So for the true RNB fan who wants to hear something other than House or Hip Hop, RnB Live is the place to be!
Article Written By: Adriana Davalos
*article photo courtesy of *rnblive
*photo courtesy of Chauncey