Kevin Sinatra and Farma Wes‘s new video is a real life depiction of good versus evil. In the song, both Virginia-based emcees focus on their individual battles as black men within the system. It’s only right that the video gives us a raw, real life depiction of what happens when that inner turmoil escapes into . . .
Farma Wes has as much of an interest in unique aesthetics as he does in rapping, as evidenced by the subtly intriguing nature of his newly released video for the Curtis Tull-produced “No Floors.” The Virginia native can be seen in stylized fashion throughout his latest video, in the midst of sparse outdoor scenery and other . . .
Farma Wes jumps back in the game for the second time in as many months. This time, he hits us with visuals for “The Illuminational” and audio for “7:23 (Pla†inum),” which can be heard at the end of the video. The video features a few things we’ve come to expect from Farma- acrobatics, beautiful women, . . .
It’s been a minute, but Farma Wes is back with a vengeance on “93 GT (Don Pablo).” The Virginia resident is as sharp as ever, channeling his charismatic lyricism into a new sound with the help of producer Bodi. We heard Farma discuss fake friends on “777,” and he takes targeted shots at them again . . .
Virginia native Farma Wes‘s “777” video begins with a dramatic monologue that somewhat explains some of the darker, more dramatic events that he’s seen taking place in his life over the past seven years. Quite fitting, given how long it’s been since his last project. It definitely seems as though he hasn’t lost his touch . . .
Epic Fest 2014 saw an explosion of talent at various venues in Richmond, Virginia, including headlining acts brandUn DeShay and Ken Rebel. This year, Epic Fest V will take place from June 23rd through June 28th, featuring a host of talent. The majority of the acts are homegrown Virginia buzzmakers, but a number of performers . . .
Words by Dominique Bailey & Michell C. Clark. Picture above courtesy of Mister Fili. If you’ve gone to a major music festival of any sort before, you understand what I’m about to say. No amount of video footage, pictures, or write ups can adequately convey the emotions and memories that concertgoers experience. EpicFest 2014 was . . .
[Photo credit: Mercizdope] The hype around 2013 Epic Fest began well before June 26th. You couldn’t move through the city of Richmond, Virginia without hearing about the music festival labeled “a culmination of the best talent the region has to offer.” Since its inception in 2011, Epic Fest has been growing, from about 600 attendees . . .
After the success of our Launch Party in Washington, D.C. and our first tour stop in Richmond, Virginia, the Live At The Grill Again 2013 tour is preparing to stop at Foundation Gallery in Kesington, Maryland on July 27th. Artists on the bill include Reesa Renee, Teser Fever, Ja-P, Cane, Jered Sanders, and Farma Wesley. . . .
May 18th saw the launch of the third annual Live At The Grill Again sneaker showcase. In previous years, LATGA served as a great music showcase for upcoming talent in the Washington, D.C. area in conjunction with SportsZone Sneaker Store and Cre8tive Chemistry. This year will see the event reach across multiple cities throughout Virginia, . . .