This past weekend (August 6), HARD Summer Tour made their fourth stop in Los Angeles, CA. As soon as the sun dived down, acts such as Duck Sauce (Armand Van Helden and A-Trak), Chromeo, Odd Future, Ratatat and more hit one of the four stages at Los Angeles State Historic Park.
In "666" printed baseball tee's, Odd Future performed hits from the members recent projects such as Tyler the Creator's Billboard R&B/Hip-Hop Albums No. 1, "Goblin" (MTV VMA's nominated, "Yonkers," "Tron Cat"). Syd the Kid spun while the other members of the hip-hop collective spit their rhymes and made fun of an audience member's hair cut. After performing MellowHype's "F666 the Police," off "BlackenedWhite" (2011), without a care of the cops near the gates, Odd Future closed the set with "Radical."
Before Boyz Noize, Skrillex closed the festival, Chromeo hit the HARD stage. The duo (Dave 1 and P-Thugg) performed fan favorites such as "Tenderoni and "Fancy Footwork" while their back up singers, dressed like Robert Palmer Girls, swung their hips back and forth.
Chromeo shouted out the late West Coast rapper, Nate Dogg, before going into their hit, "So Gangsta." "Rest in peace, Nate Dogg," Dave 1 said, according to LA Weekly. "Who else is gonna say that at HARD Fest except for yours truly?"