By Michael Cerio 

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — This weekend at Made In America, we had the chance to talk with some of our favorite artists before they hit the stage. Vic Mensa shared his thoughts on climate change, Philadelphia’s own Beach Slang discussed rock’s rich history in his hometown, and Kaskade charmed us before he unleashed chaos on the festival crowd. Plus we caught up with up-and-comers Kodie Shane and Mt. Joy.

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You can check out review of Day One and Day Two of Made In America, and listen to all our interviews below.

Vic Mensa

Vic Mensa | Credit: Michael Cerio


Kaskade | Credit: Michael Cerio

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Kodie Shane

Kodie Shane | Credit: Michael Cerio

Mt. Joy

Mt. Joy | Credit: Michael Cerio


Beach Slang

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Beach Slang | Credit: Michael Cerio