Not usually one to publicly boast or talk himself up in his music, Richmond artist Peter Sun decided to something different on his latest track, “L’HOMME.” But this isn’t your normal boom-bap boast track. No, this track is still quintessentially Peter Sun. Humble, yet aware of his rising star, Sun compares how he’s feeling to what to what . . .
Richmond, Virginia’s own Peter Sun has been on a roll lately after breaking his hiatus with “Tropicana” back in November. Over the course of this long weekend, he dropped two tracks (a feature and one of his own) that saw him dive deeper into his lyrical arena. “Never mind people saying it’s fine, it all gets better . . .
Aside from releasing some great remixes over the last little while, we haven’t heard much in the form of new original songs from Peter Sun in a little while — until today. “Tropicana” is decidedly more upbeat than most of what we heard on Sunset Castle, and Peter attributes that to being in a better place in his life. . . .
Richmond, Virginia native Peter Sun expresses himself creatively through his newly released EP, Sunset Castle. Peter reveals a variety of emotions as he gives listeners more insight into the man behind the mic. As Peter told Karmaloop: “Each song is its own story of someone different. I mean I’m a man that loves women, and . . .
Peter $un‘s “Sunset Castle Tour” got off to a booming start last Saturday in Brooklyn, New York. There was no shortage of energy throughout the night, as a total of six Virginia-associated acts took the stage at The Flat BKNY. The small, intimate space gave the crowd a close up experience, as Mutant Academy, Ramsey, . . .
Thanks to the good people over at Karmaloop TV, Peter $un will be hitting the road for “The Sunset Castle Tour,” with three other talented Virginia hip-hop artists – Kevin Sinatra, Ver$ace Chachi and Lyrix Anthony. All four artists bring something unique to the table, and all of them are ridiculously excited to take their . . .
Richmond, Virginia native Peter $un has never been the type of artist to hide behind a facade. He continues to give listeners his true self throughout his latest album, Beautiful Piece Of Shit. With an ear for vibe-heavy, eclectic instrumentation, Peter keeps his delivery mellow while giving us plenty of honest thoughts to connect with. Peter . . .
Peter $un seems to be happier these days. His Sunset Castle album was full of eloquently dreary musings about the state of his life, but Until Paradise seems to find him in a noticeably more happy and explorative phase. The Richmond, VA resident is hungry for more, but his outlook is just a bit sunnier. Stream Until Paradise below.
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 . . .
Peter $un gets spacey with his latest drop, “Starships Are Made Of Love.” Featuring airy instrumentation courtesy of prodigious producer Medasin, the newly released DJ Booth premiere features both emceeing and singing from Peter. Stream “Starships Are Made Of Love” below.
Coming off the first leg of his Karmaloop TV-sponsored Sunset Castle Tour, Richmond artist Peter $un has decided to release some old records to the masses in the form of a compilation called Bootleg Recordings 2013. Look for more information on the next leg of the Sunset Castle Tour in the near future. Stream Bootleg Recordings 2013 below.
Peter $un follows the success of his Sunset Castle project with “Dystopia,” a mellow bonus track produced by AJMW. Peter is as calm and collected as ever, harmonizing and kicking rhymes over the jazzy production. Stream “Dystopia” below, and get more information on Peter via ScummySunnny.com. Look for more things from Peter in the very . . .
Peter $un continues to see an expanding audience, thanks in no small part to quality releases such as his new video for “Jinchuriki.” Originally featured on his Sunset Castle project, “Jinchuriki” is a mellow, introspective cut that is heavily influenced by Peter’s personal experiences and perspective. In regards to his music, Peter explained to Karmaloop: . . .
Donnie Trumpet reconnects with Chance The Rapper and The Social Experiment for “Sunday Candy,” a warm feel-good record full of soul and brazen instrumentation. Chance steals the show once more, but that shouldn’t be a surprise. Some of Chicago’s brightest talent shines through on this record. Check out a quote from Donnie, and stream “Sunday . . .
Peter $un isn’t afraid to address the darker side of life with his melancholy new single, “Moonshine.” The Richmond, Virginia resident uses a melodic, confident delivery to great effect over wistful production courtesy of Icelandic producer BeatMachinearon. We can’t help but feel as though Peter’s story is our own when listening to his deeply personal narrative. . . .