To further add to an already-stacked lineup, the folks over at Rolling Loud have now announced the addition of Jaden Smith and Lil Xan to the roster of talent set to perform at their latest show in Southern California this month. 

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Staged in San Bernardino, the festival kicks off on December 16th and will feature the likes of Migos, Lil Uzi Vert, Post Malone, 21 Savage, XXXTENTACION, Lil Pump, Trippie Redd, Curren$Y, SmokePurpp, G Herbo, PNB Rock, Young Thug, Young Nudy, Deante' Hitchcock, Young Dolph, Rich the Kid, Uno The Activist, Dice Soho, Rae Sremmurd, Leaf, Shoreline Mafia and headliners Future and ScHoolboy Q. 

The additon of Jaden Smith comes on the heels of his SYRE album release—a solid studio debut from the Cali-bred Smith, featuring appearances from A$AP Rocky and Playboi Carti. 

As for Lil Xan, the California emcee has found himself in the company of a blanket of new wave artists that flood Rolling Loud's lineup. These include the likes of the aforementioned XXXTENTACION, Smokepurpp, Ski Mask the Slump God, SOB X RBE, and the Seshollowaterboyz to name a few.  

It was with his breakout single "Betrayed" that a great majority of us were introduced to Xan—a track that, despite Lil Xan's name, touches on his decision to rid himself of the use of Xanax. 

“I was convinced for a while that drugs were needed in the creative process of music,” Lil Xan explained in an interview with MASS APPEAL. “You don’t need drugs or any of that shit to be good at anything. [My team] said it makes me evil or something.” 

Relatedly, Lil Peep, who passed away due to a suspected overdose on laced Xanax pills last month will be memorialized with a special tribute in place of the set he was scheduled to perform at Rolling Loud Southern California. 

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The two-day festival will take place at San Bernardino's Nos Events Center with tickets still available for purchase on the official website.