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8 Artists You Can't Miss at This Year's Mala Luna Music Festival

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COURTESY MALA LUNA
  • courtesy Mala Luna
Xavier Omär, Sunday
2:25pm-2:55pm

It’s not everyday you come across a San Antonio-based artists who possess more than 4 million plays on individual tracks on their soundcloud. Neither do you find R&B artists that have woke ass lyrics like “Body like a queen / but it ain’t about your body, baby / it’s about your being.” For as misogynistic as R&B and hip-hop has been (and still is in so many ways), it’s refreshing to hear something equally positive and bangin’ without skimping on the sexiness of the genre.



For it only being the second Mala Luna ever, the lineup looks pretty impressive and telling of that type of acts we should expect to see in San Antonio in the future.


Saturday-Sunday, October 28-29, Future, Wiz Khalifa, Migos, Afrojack, Carnage, Khalid, Borgore, Playboi Carti, Kali Uchis, Ugly God, Smoke Purpp, Trae tha Truth, J.I.D., Maxo Kreame, Xavier Omar, Intre, Bamsworth Belli, Izaq Roland, Lil Yodaa, Rayne and Isabella Rodriguez, $119-$399, visit malalunamusicfestival.com for more.


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