LAFC and rapper/producer Stix have come together to create the club’s official anthem, “My Home,” a tribute to the people, places and soccer culture of Los Angeles featuring the 3252 supporters’ section.
Directed by Damien Sandoval, LAFC and Stix and produced by Kyle “LastNight” Edwards and Stix, the track’s official music video dropped on Monday, filmed on location at Banc of California Stadium and starring the loud and proud north end where LAFC’s hardcore fans provide raucous support for their team every game.
Born and raised in the Watts neighborhood, Stix (full name Brandon Salaam-Bailey) is a rapper, business owner and community philanthropist who has toured with musicians such as Grammy award-winning Jay Rock and Snoop Dogg.
He is the founder of Think Watts, a full-service multimedia company and foundation that works to give back to his local community via a range of projects. He says he immediately identified with LAFC’s philosophy of building a community in the heart of Los Angeles.
“This video is a first-class seat to what LA culture looks like,” Stix said in a press release.
“I made this song to represent the spirit and energy that LAFC and the 3252 brings every match. The song is the face and voice of every living and breathing ethnicity, creed, gender, and community that exists in Los Angeles County.”