Doggface tops a long list of acts performing at the Latin Bash in Yakima | arts and entertainment

You heard right – Doggface is hosting Latin Bash 2022 in Yakima.

But he’s not the only attraction. Latin Bash is 10 hours of music, featuring several artists.

Led by Doggface.

Nathan Apodaca, aka Doggface, became a TikTok star in late 2020 with a clip of himself skateboarding, drinking cranberry juice and lip-syncing to Fleetwood Mac’s “Dreams.”

This landed him in a Klypso music video, “Low Rider (No Lighter)”, featuring Snoop Dogg, War, Cheech and Chong and George Lopez.

He is also set to appear in Season 2 of “Reservation Dogs” on Hulu.

Latin Bash is scheduled from 2 p.m. to midnight on Saturday, May 7 at Smoke It’s Smoke Shop, 2308 S. First St. in Yakima.

Tickets are on sale now at Options include Meet One Artist, Meet All Artists, and VIP group table options.

Tickets for 17 and under start at $30, adult tickets at $40.

Here’s a look at the rest of the talent:

Amanda Perez

Amanda Perez, R&B and hip-hop singer and songwriter, hails from Fort Wayne, Ind. She first signed with independent label Powerhouse. After a joint project with Powerhouse and Virgin Records, she is now a Virgin Records artist.

Amanda Perez.

“Unexpected” is Perez’s latest album, released in 2013.

Perez’s debut album, “Where U At?” was released in 2002 and included the singles “Never” and “Angel”. “Never” peaked at No. 10 on the Billboard Hot 100 sales chart. After the rebranding and album release, “Angel” peaked at No. 3 on Top 40 radio.


Jose Martin, known as Conejo, is a rapper from Los Angeles. He has released over 100 albums since the late 1980s.

Conejo’s music paints a harsh picture of life for young gang members in downtown Los Angeles.

Director David Ayer (“Fury,” “End of Watch”) cast Conejo alongside Shia Labeouf and George Lopez in “The Tax Collector,” released August 2020. His role in “The Tax Collector” led to a another concert as an Oscar in the Fox series “The Deputy”.


Arturo Molina Jr., better known as Frost (originally Kid Frost), is a rapper, songwriter, and record producer from Los Angeles.

Frost has been active since the mid-90s, playing Latin hip-hop, gangsta rap and electro-hop.

He appeared in several music videos and voiced the character of T-Bone Mendez in “Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas”.

“Welcome to Frost Angeles” was released in 2005 on Thump Records. The record was largely produced by Frost and his son, Scoop DeVille.

DL down3r

DL Down3r was born James Williams and is a rapper from California, performing multiple hip-hop subgenres on Blue Pie Records USA.

After 10 years in prison, DL Down3r went viral with “Suga Boom Boom” in 2016.

sad boy Loko

Rapper Sad Boy Loko was born in Santa Barbara, California. He has five siblings and much of his music highlights his upbringing.

In “Que Viva la Raza”, he raps about the struggles of Mexican immigrants trying to survive in the United States.

Sad Boy Loko’s album “The Lost Files” was released in October 2021 and features tracks with Conejo and Frost.

Caroline Rodriguez

Carolyn Rodriguez is a singer and rapper, raised in North Carolina and Arkansas. But that didn’t stop her from fitting into the Houston rap scene.

Caroline Rodriguez

Caroline Rodríguez.

Rodriguez’s early demo tapes saw him work with Juan Gotti and South Park Mexican, among other Texas-based artists.

Although she now lives in Los Angeles, Rodriguez still records with Texas artists. She was part of the 2017 “Houston” collaboration with Juan Gotti and Paul Wall.

Juan Gotti

Juan Gotti is a Mexican-American rapper. It is part of Dope House Records.

Outside of Houston, Gotti performs Southern and Latin hip-hop. His album “No Sett Trippin'” was nominated for a Latin Grammy Award in 2004.


Vincent509 is a hip-hop and rap artist from Washington. He is also the founder, CEO and engineer of Toppleft, a hip-hop group.

Vincent509 hasn’t released an LP, but he has collaborated with Snoop Dogg, Kurupt and Afroman. He also shared the stage with the late Nipsey Hussle, Too $hort and Paul Wall, among others.

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