Like we always do at this time, the MASS APPEAL squad will be touching down in Austin, Texas, on March 16. Because there’s like a good old fashioned BBQ.

This year we’ll be turning up the heat at Stubb’s for the 3rd annual Live at the BBQIn case you missed the memo, we’re doin’ it extra big this year, so we sent for Lil Tunechi and the Young Money gang to come tear shit up and celebrate the launch of Young Money Radio / Dash Radio. That’s right: legendary multiplatinum New Orleans MC Lil Wayne will be in the place, joined by none other than L.A. hitmaker DJ Mustard. alongside a coast-to-coast wrecking crew of lyrical masters including Harlem’s Dave East, ATL’s MadeinTYO, Carol City Florida’s Denzel Curry, the Boogie Down Bronx’s A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, Chicago’s G Herbo, Portland’s Aminé, North Carolina’s Rapsody, Houston’s Trill Sammy, Chicago’s SD, Brooklyn’s Saint JHN, New Orleans’ LG, Chicago’s Omen. Your boy DJ Green Lantern—straight outta Rochester, New York—will be holding it down on the wheels of steel.

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Live at the BBQ is presented by MASS APPEAL, Monster Energy, Young Money, DatPiff, weedmaps, Rushcard, Texas Pete, Bumbu Rum, Tidal, Asics Tiger and VICEland.

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