About Us

Step Off! Magazine is one of the latest online magazines in San Diego! We breathe Hip-Hop music and culture. We aim to share our love of Hip-Hop with the community and gain a few new lovers of the music and the culture. Music, the universal expression brings people together so we hope to unite those of different backgrounds and walks of life together and start a conversation. We also publish in-depth and well-researched editorials that offer up social commentary on a variety of different social issues in hopes of shedding light on injustices that are perpetuated throughout our society. These goals aside, we also aim to create a platform for new artists, DJs/producers and performers. We believe that now more than ever, we must unite; and one of those ways is through our shared love of music, art and culture Step Off! Magazine is all about covering the news that affects us every day while conversely showcasing the best that Hip-Hop has to offer. We love Hip-Hop but above all, we love giving back to the community and through our work here at Step Off! Magazine we want to inspire our readers to make a difference in this world. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, & Instagram to get all the latest news & stories. 

Meet the Team


Roberto ‘Rob’ Camacho is the founder and lead writer of Step Off! Magazine. He is a Chicano freelance multimedia journalist from San Diego, California and graduated from ASU’s Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication in 2017 where he majored in Mass Communication and Media Studies, and minored in Film Studies. His reporting typically focuses on criminal justice reform, immigration, Chicano/Latino issues, Hip-Hop culture, and their intersections to social justice. His writing has been featured in publications such as La Neta 92113, The Daily Chela, Prism, and The OB Rag. His passion for journalism has been nurtured by past experience covering culture, politics, and grassroots activism in the San Diego and border regions. He’s passionate about empowering communities through journalism to bring about social change that helps amplify the stories and perspectives of communities that have been overlooked by traditional news media. As a Chicano writer, he believes it is vital to come together and support one another in any way possible and he is thrilled that Step Off! Magazine can be active in the pursuit of truth and the fight for justice.

If you would like to be part of our team & contribute writings to Step Off! Magazine, fill out this application!