Dudda Dash, the rapper, singer, and lyricist of this week’s featured artist DAvincii X, wrote a musical letter to Trump. Watch the official video.
The wait is over, our next artist of the week is here: DAvincii X! Born and raised in Manchester, Connecticut, cousins Dudda Dash and AF build a rapidly emerging duo, mixing neo-soul and classic hip-hop to their truly unique sound.
Baba Brinkman just released a new video. In his unique manner, he produced a rap song about Donald Trump’s climate change legacy.
“Peer-reviewed rapper” Baba Brinkman’s latest show, Rap Guide to Consciousness, will soon begin a two month off-Broadway run in NYC, opening on March 1st at the Soho Playhouse!
Rap Guide to Consciousness was written and premiered earlier this year and had a smashing tour of the summer festival circuit. Now the science of not being unconscious will soon be presented in the city that never sleeps.
“He is not the world’s coolest rapper, but he might be the funniest and most well-read. Exercise any free will you have and buy a ticket.” ★ ★ ★ ★ – Evening Standard
Wep One, our 24th Artist of the Week, is an American Hip Hop artist and producer residing in Oak Bluffs, Massachusetts. Combining elements of Rap, Hip Hop, Metal and Electronica, he writes intense music that resonates in the spaces between genres, rather than strictly adhering to them. The results are heavy sonic playgrounds where his aggressive vocals can thrive.
Our newest featured artist (#14), Aqua Stone Throne, travels by the name Andrew William Prise. An amazing East Coast Hip Hop music producer, sound engineer, photographer, video director, designer and writer. Andrew was born in Bogota, Colombia, raised in Brooklyn, New York and now resides in New Jersey. He’s inspired by HipHop, from his first cassette tape, which was MC Hammer, to his first CD, which was Snoop Doggs Doggy Style. Right there, he just knew that he was going to be a part of the industry in some way.