Welcome to another edition of PoPolitickin. In this episode, we politick with Southern California hip hop artist Endz.

Beyond better judgement, Orange, CA is the unlikely home for on-the-rise emcee, Endz (Alan Navarro). Endz’ versatility and storytelling abilities recreate moments of life that enamor the audiences through harmonious melodies and gripping lyrics. His armory of styles has substantially grown throughout the years. Endz started writing lyrics in his adolescent years while living with his single mother, sleeping on the couch. His artistry continued to flourish as his free-styling abilities grew. In 2012. Endz founded Locally Grown Collective, home of LGCLTV (Publishing), LocGrwn (LifeStyle), 4th N Co (Production), and Stickies (Creative Application Agency).

Orange County received the collective effort of Locally Grown led by Endz with enthusiasm. Since day one, Endz has been hands on with his path, conquering every opportunity presented to him. He collectively curated independent tours and showcases for leading independent artists in Southern California. While putting Orange County on the map, he has managed to take his music around several states, including out of the country. Endz is known to move the crowd from the humble stages of intimate venues to sold out crowds alongside artists to the liking of Curren$y, Talib kweli, Ab-Soul, Action Bronson, and Devin the Dude. His stage presence captivates fans as soon as he locks the mic in his hands. Endz continues to inspire those around him with every release, from his early project Half N Half to his most recent publication, Supply N Demand. Each body of work sparks the spirit of the entrepreneur and rejoices in hustler anthems.

Today, Endz continues to consciously create music that pushes the independent culture forward and upward, while asking his audience to grow with him.

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