City of Angels 24kGoldn is a rapper, singer, and composer from San Francisco, who, Inat the age of 19, was attending the University of Southern California, so maybe the name of the album this song comes from Dropped Outta College is premature. Once again, the title of the song refers to the literal translation of the Spanish language name for the city of Los Angeles, the city where the song's protagonist is addicted to designer clothes. The song is an interesting mix of hip-hop and alternative, and it's even getting airplay on alternative stations that wouldn't dare play straight up hip-hop. This song is from their album In My Tribe.
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