Rap Gods Not to Miss at Once Upon a Time Music Festival

Once Upon A Time Music Festival has now sold out. Bringing in some of the biggest rap names out there, the festival will host artists such as Snoop Dogg, YG, DMX, Blueface, Ginuwine, Warren G, and many more.

The Once Upon A Time Music Festival will take place at the Queen Mary Park in Long Beach, California and is hosted by Goldenvoice. With an ocean front view, Goldenvoice sells out another must-attend event. As the same promoter of festivals such as Coachella, Stagecoach, Firefly, Splash House and many more, Goldenvoice is no stranger to the music scene.

Once Upon a Time Music Festival Lineup

The lineup is stacked with must-see artists as the weekend brings in old and new music. Here are three artists not to miss at the Once Upon a Time Music Festival. 

Bone Thugs-N-Harmony

From Cleveland, Ohio, the group consists of Bizze Bone, Wish Bone, Layzie Bone, Krayzie Bone, and Flesh-N-Bone. Although the group has gone their separate ways in the past, they seemed to always find their way back to one another. Doing so, Bone Thugs-N-Harmony continues to perform some of the freshest 2000’s tracks out there. Tracks including “I Tried,” “Tha Crossroads,” “1st of Tha Month,” and “Thuggish Ruggish Bone.” This will be a performance not to miss.

Baby Bash

Ever move your body like a cyclone? Baby Bash, known as Ronald Ray Bryant, turned in basketball for music at a very young age. After an injury while playing basketball, he was no longer able to pursue his athletic dream. He found himself turning in the courts for the stage when he realized he had a voice in the rap game. Hitting the charts more times than once, the rapper has collaborations with Akon, T-Pain, Sean Kingston, and Raw Smoov. He’s known for his top tracks “Suga Suga,” “Baby, I’m Back,” “Cyclone,” “Light Up Light Up,” and many more. Millennial’s won’t want to miss this performance as the artist performs a decade of throwbacks.


As a female rapper from Oakland, California, Kamaiyah is driven by the hip-hop scene. Kamaiyah broke into the rap game solo in 2015. Since then, the artist has worked on collaborations with YG, Big Money Gang, and ScHoolboy Q. Kamaiyah continues to create music while being influenced by other female artists such as TLC and Missy Elliot. Her most recent track features ScHoolboy Q, “Addicted To Ballin’.”

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