in Los Angeles
Los Angeles hip hop nightclubs shake your soul with booming sound systems that dish out beats from the genre's origins in the 80s to modern battle rappers and tomorrow’s future sound. A tour of hip hop nightclubs in LA starts at The Airliner in Lincoln Heights, which hosts the world-famous club night Low End Theory every Wednesday. Discover a never-ending slurry of brazen beats in a heady, smoke-friendly atmosphere. You’ll also find Urban Underground Weekly there on every Friday night. The Dime on Fairfax pumps out hits from the West Coast and East Coast, and King King in Hollywood welcomes Burner bass music covered in dust. LA hip hop nightclub in Santa Monica include Circle Bar, which goes old school on Tuesday nights with everything from Tupac to Too $hort, and The Room – an underground speakeasy with rap bangers on Saturday nights. In the summertime, Sunday afternoon classic The Do Over thumps out hip hop beats, nu jack and boogie in a backyard party environment with carafes of sangria and free cover. The Echoplex in Echo Park also hosts a number of hip hop parties, including roots-reggae weekly Dub Club on Wednesdays and special events from the Daylight crew, while sister venue The Echo welcomes b-boys and b-girls to Funky Sole on Saturday nights.