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Stream: Check Out Performances By J. Cole, Chris Brown, Tinashe And More For Power 106’s Cali Christmas 2014
Broadcast live streaming video on Ustream Power 106’s annual Cali Christmas concert prepares to host an evening of super talent from today’s artists who’ve bee…
Photos: Kendrick Lamar, J.Cole, Rick Ross Perform At Cali Christmas 2013
Every year, Los Angeles’ Power 106 brings together the biggest names in hip-hop to the stage for their annual Cali Christmas concert. 2013 was no…
Diddy Joins Kendrick Lamar & TDE At Cali Christmas 2013
J. Cole, Black Hippy And 2 Chainz Set To Perform At Power 106’s ‘Cali Christmas’
Back for a third time in a row, Black Hippy and J. Cole will perform at Power 106’s Cali Christmas concert, taking place Dec. 14.
WATCH: Cali Christmas Live Stream Featuring Kendrick Lamar, Rick Ross, 2 Chainz and More!
Missed out on getting tickets to the sold out Cali Christmas 2012, presented by Power106FM? Just watch for free below! Check out Kendrick Lamar, Rick…
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