From Truck Driving to Juke Joints: Matito Ki’Abayomi explores Los Angeles with fresh perspective

Exploring the nooks and crannies of Los Angeles and the metro area is new web series, “Matito Presents ‘Only in LA.'”

The show is a travel and lifestyle series hosted by Matito Ki’Abayomi who travels the nooks and crannies of Los Angeles to find the gems throughout the multiple districts.

Los Angeles is one of the most diverse metropolises in the world, and with that comes layers of stories told by many. Meet Los Angeles through the eyes of someone who is a truck driver by day, and a socialite before and after work.

Ki’Abayomi grew tired of travel and lifestyle shows in Los Angeles that only showed one side of the city. As a truck driver, and one of the most charismatic people you will ever meet, he knows and will open the world to a city that you can only experience through him.

This why he calls his series, “A Real L.A. Show.”

An exclusive web series for Ark Republic, Ki’Abayomi’s first season travels from the west side of the city to South Los Angeles focusing on two of his favorites: food and transportation.

Matito Ki’Abayomi travels throughout Los Angeles to explore the nooks and crannies of the city.

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