SXSW adds nearly 500 artists to its lineupIncluding GoldLink, Jahkoy, and Rob $tone.

Chris Roy // REVOLT

Jan 10, 2017

Back in November, SXSW—or, "South by Southwest," Austin's annual music, film, and media festival—announced it had enlisted 200 acts to its lineup. Today, the major event added 498 more. While you can see the full list here, there were a few artists REVOLT found familiar. From hip-hop, R&B, and soul to electronica and pop, here are a few of the billed artists we've been following for some time.

Amine / CHINAH / CJ Fly / The Cool Kids / Gizzle / GoldLink / JAHKOY / Kadhja Bonet / Lizzo / Maggie Rogers / Rob $tone / Rocky Banks / Smino / Tkay Maidza / Wafia

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