“You know, I’m just excited to be here and play my music for everyone. Tonight is gonna be lit,” siad Rob $tone in a one-on-one interview with The Lutrinae. $tone was one of the handful of artists that came to CSUMB’s Otterlands, the school’s spring concert.
On Friday May 4, Students from CSUMB packed the University Ballroom to hear the talents of so many different artists. These artists included the musical stylings of DJ Matt Ayers, Rawtek, the Ying Yang Twins and Rob $tone.
“We have been inspired by many different artists such as GTA, DJ Snake, Zedd and so many others. Our music is a combination of Latin stylings and modern sounds,” said Rawtek, a new an upcoming Electronic group in the Los Angeles area.
Their music had the audience dancing to their creative Latin tunes and funky beats. The band played one of their newest songs “Cardi Boombahton,” which is a remix of popular sayings by Rap artist, Cardi B.
“Are you guys ready to party tonight?” was all that Kaine from the Ying Yang Twins had to say to get the crowd screaming in anticipation. Although only Kaine was able to attend the night’s performance due to D-Roc having traveling issues, the single Ying Yang Twin put on quite the performance.
Kaine’s time on stage included popular hits such as: “Get Low,” “Salt Shaker,” and “Wait.” He ended his time at CSUMB with an amazing rendtition of Louis Armstrong’s, “What a Wonderful World” before bowing and leaving the stage.
The final performance of the night was by Rob $tone and his 1207 crew. $tone and his hype man brought the house down with so many of $tone’s best songs, along with new music from his latest album “Young Rob $tone.” The young artist was so pleased with the energy of the crowd, that at one point during his set he joined the crowd in a mosh pit.
The highly anticipated spring concert came to an end after $tone’s most popular song, “Chill Bill” was played. He ended the song with an acoustic version of the final verse that had the crowd going wild. The night was an overall success, and left student’s excited about the end of the semester. Students can look forward to Otterlands 2019.