Electric Taco

Watch Vice and Pasquale Rotella Go on a Taco Run

Electric Taco

After a brief hiatus, DJ/producer Vice has returned with a new episode of his Electric Taco series. On this installment, the Los Angeles native meets up with EDC founder Pasquale Rotella as they drive to the Gracias Madre restaurant in West Hollywood.

The conversation covers topics such as Rotella’s upbringing in LA, his first time hearing dance music, and his inspiration for starting music festivals.

The episode features Vice’s latest single “Don’t Go” featuring Becky G and Mr Eazi.

Watch Electric Taco above.

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Watch DJ Vice and Entrepreneur Chris ‘Drama’ Pfaff Go on a Taco Run

DJ/producer Vice recently caught up with entrepreneur Chris “Drama” Pfaff for a new episode of Electric Taco.

The Ohio native, who is the founder and CEO of streetwear line Young & Reckless, originally moved to Los Angeles at the age of 18 to become a professional skateboarder. In the video, Drama discusses his progression from fracturing his skull skateboarding and struggling as a music producer, to becoming a successful entrepreneur. He also talks about his weekly podcast: Short Story Long.

Watch above to see him and Vice catch up as they make their way to TacosWay in Hollywood.

Related: Watch DJ Vice and George Lopez Go on a Taco Run

Watch DJ Vice and George Lopez Go on a Taco Run

DJ/producer Vice is back with a new episode of his Electric Taco series, this time featuring comedian and actor George Lopez. The Los Angeles native discussed the early days of his career in comedy, taking up golf, and his friendship with Prince. He also shared some life advice.

Watch as the two catch up and make their way to Lopez’s restaurant Chingon Kitchen in Highland, California.

Related: Watch Vice and Rapper Kyle Go on a Taco Run

Watch Vice and Rapper Kyle Go on a Taco Run

Electric Taco With Kyle

Rising Los Angeles rapper Kyle has been featured on DJ/producer Vice‘s Electric Taco series.

While driving with Vice to Leo’s Tacos Truck in Los Angeles, “Super Duper” Kyle discussed how his career has progressed from selling mixtapes to headlining his first festival.

Kyle is best known for his melodic breakout single “iSpy” featuring Lil Yachty. The song peaked at No. 4 on Billboard’s Hot 100 and was certified double platinum. Kyle was also named to XXL’s 2017 Freshman Class in June.

Watch Electric Taco above.

Related: Watch DJ Vice and Comedian Jo Koy Go on a Taco Run

Watch DJ Vice and Perez Hilton Go on a Taco Run

Perez Hilton and Vice

DJ/producer Vice recently caught up with blogger and TV personality Perez Hilton for a new episode of Electric Taco.

In the video, the two discussed the current state of DJing and how the Los Angeles club scene has changed over the years. Hilton, who is famous for his celebrity gossip website, also talked about his lifestyle changes, becoming a father, and meeting Madonna.

Watch above as Perez and Vice grab a bite at Project Taco in Los Angeles.

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DJ Vice and Mario Lopez Go on a Taco Run

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DJ/producer Vice has featured a variety of celebrities on his Electric Taco show, but the guest for his season finale might take the cake — or should we say — taco.

The Los Angeles native recently caught up with none other than Mario Lopez, best known for his role as A.C. Slater on the ’90s TV show, Saved by the Bell.

Watch above to see them talk shop as they drive to El Sauz Tacos in Glendale, California.

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Vice and Former NBA Player Rick Fox Go on a Taco Run

DJ/producer Vice has returned with a new episode of Electric Taco featuring former NBA player Rick Fox.

Fox, who played for the Boston Celtics and Los Angeles Lakers from 1991 to 2004, discussed the early days of his basketball career. He also talked about an encounter he had with Prince.

Watch above as Fox and Vice make their way to the Loqui taco shop in Culver City, California.

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