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Even if you haven’t heard of The Audibles, Cam O’bi, King Vay or Pat Hundley, you’ve surely heard their work.

Meet the Las Vegas players behind some of your favorite hip-hop records

November 1st, 2018

Even if you haven’t heard of The Audibles, Cam O’bi, King Vay or Pat Hundley, you’ve surely heard their work.

  • A&E

    A country concert honoring victims of October 1.

  • Music

    Also, new music from Peaceful Retreat and Cromm Fallon.

  • Music

    The producer/DJ seems equally at home behind rappers or in front of an orchestra—a versatility that permeates his second solo record.

  • Nightlife

    The rapper/producer was last seen on the Strip playing to the hockey crowd

  • Music

    Also: Jimmy Eat World, Whitesnake and Ninja Sex Party

  • Music

    “It’s bigger than me. It’s bigger than Eric. It’s about the legacy that we created.”

  • Music

    Also: The Breeders return, Alanis adds a second show and Method Man & Redman hit Brooklyn Bowl.

  • Music

    Also: Banda MS, Adam Ant and a new neo-soul series at Brooklyn Bowl

  • Industry Weekly

    The Atlanta-bred MC is back on the Strip this weekend.

  • Industry Weekly

    His body of work is a similarly solitary monument, one he continues to sculpt.

  • Music

    Above all, Killer Mike and El-P were personable during their rambunctious set.

  • Music

    Also: Black Label Society and a slew of new Brooklyn Bowl shows.

  • Industry Weekly

    The hip-hop artist's success just keeps growing and growing.

  • Industry Weekly

    Cube will forever be linked to one of the biggest sports-event weekends in the history of Las Vegas.

  • Industry Weekly

    Hip-hop icons such as Grand Puba, Chubb Rock, Talib Kweli, Large Professor, Bushwick Bill and more collaborated on the album.

  • Industry Weekly

    DJ Diesel—aka Shaquille O’Neal—takes over at Rehab on Sunday.

  • Industry Weekly

    The rapper brings his biggest tour yet to T-Mobile Arena August 5.

  • Music

    Also: Hollywood Undead, Bayside and Theresa Caputo.

  • Industry Weekly

    The songwriter and superproducer returns to his Tao DJ residency this weekend.

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  • A&E

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  • Nightlife

    It’s still one of our favorite Strip hideaways, and those floor-to-ceiling windows remain the stars.

  • NewsAllSports

    Nate Schmidt, Shea Theodore, Alex Tuch should all be with the team through at least the 2024-25 season.

  • Music

    Recently she’s been singing with longtime Las Vegas lounge favorite Pop Rebels, formerly known as Generation.

  • NewsAllOpinion

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  • NewsAllAggregate

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  • A&E

    I Love the’90s: The Vegas Show is being billed as the first hip-hop residency on the Strip.

  • Nightlife

    The 2018 edition is already topping years past with new viral menu items and more to keep the crowds moving.

  • NewsAllAggregate

    When Ngoni Murandu was a teenager, his father bought him an Apple II computer, because he wanted his son to be an accountant. But the ...

  • Music

    “I went through 15 cervical spinal surgeries at the height of my music career, and then came back seven years later on American Idol.”

  • Dining

    It’s a pressed and toasted hoagie bun filled with cut noodles, meat sauce, mozzarella cheese and a scattering of parsley.

  • Dining

    The “street fries” are a buffet-in-a-box, especially the savory “mess” variety, covered in smoked brisket chili, cheese, green onions and bacon.

  • Music

    The spot offers an elevated food and beverage menu, plus dining tables on some nights.

  • Dining

    Chinese food, Mexican food and some stuff in between.

  • A&E

    The dancer, singer, burlesque performer and former Jubilee! showgirl has worked toward becoming a top-tier entertainer since she was a little kid.

  • Music

    “We’re here to support gay, straight, blue, green—it doesn’t matter what color you are. Music is music, people are people.”

  • Nightlife

    “I think this has been one of the worst years for club music I’ve experienced.”

  • A&E

    Scheduled to appear are teacher/author Ruby Cooper; “disease detective” Vikram Krishnasamy; journalist/artist Dr. Chenjerai Kumanyika; and professional skeptic Teller.