Rock The Bells 2013 kicked off last night in Los Angeles. While Action Bronson was a notable absentee, recovering from his back injury, the festival received performances from artists such as Chief Keef, Earl Sweatshirt, and Black Hippy. The highlight of last night's sets came when Bone Thugs-N-Harmony got on stage. The full group performed some of their own classic material, such as "Tha Crossroads" and "1st Of Tha Month," before they brought out a hologram of the late Eazy-E. The founder of Ruthless Records performed some of his biggest songs such as "Boyz In Da Hood" and "Straight Outta Compton." Ironically, yesterday would have been Eazy's 50th birthday.
Today is the second day of Rock The Bells in Los Angeles. Amongst the performers expected to take the stage tonight are the entire Wu-Tang Clan. They will be joined on stage by a hologram of the late Ol Dirty Bastard.
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