Among the VIPs in attendance was Pusha T, who has a new album, "My Name Is My Name” available on October 8th. The guests were treated to performances by Pusha T, LA Leakers, Ty Dolla Signs, Teeflii, K.Roosevelt, Jazz Lazer, Clyde Carson, Skeme, Krondon, Nipsey Hussle and more.
The neighborhood block party was good timing for Nipsey Hussle, who just released a documentary called #Crenshaw in support of his upcoming mixtape of the same title giving respect to his "neighborhood" upbringing.
Nipsey Hussle tells Hiphopwired.com:
In terms of me using it [Crenshaw] for the title of my project, I just think that is was one word that can sum up what I represent to this music right now," Nipsey said. "It's the foundation to my personality and my story; it's where it took place at."
At the height of the party, hosts Ben Baller and Karen Civil, handed out giveaways from Crooks & Castles and Diamond Supply Co. to the crowd. The performances and the legendary brands Crooks & Castles and Diamond Supply Co. truly created the ultimate block party.