Monday, 11 January 2016 09:44

U can call me 'L.A'

Latasha Alcindor (also known as L.A.) has never been short on confidence. Since the start of her music career, she’s worked at giving potential fans more than simplistic rhymes and familiar stories. On first listen, you’ll notice that her music has always been deeper than that. She fearlessly tackles socially conscious topics often, and still intrigues with her unique approach...“Show us happy. Show us free. Show us being,” says L.A. regarding the visuals of her recent project "The Island", which is sponsored by 88 Days of Fortune. “Listen to the words and hear that we too are woke.” Source: Danitha Jones from Stashed.  Read the entire article here.  

Having been written about in OkayPlayer, The Brooklyn Paper, The Source, Uproxx, HotnewHipHop, Vice, and many more, L.A is an artist you will be hearing more of, so stay tuned.   



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Wednesday, 14 May 2014 22:26

Farma Wesley

Farma Wes

 There is only one Farma Wes.  Packed with lethal metaphors, and Mike Tyson-like punchlines, Farma Wes has only been teasing us with his recent projects of whats to come.  Making every project a visual-project accompanied with videos,  one search of 'Farma Wes' on any browser will be a good introduction to the collection of music he has created and been a part of. You can also find a good article recently written about him on EarMilk for his project Rosegold Nightmare prod. by the one and only Bodi.  Back track a few years ago, make sure you don't overlook Farma's project Feng Shui that had the entire DMV lit.  This was covered by the Washington City Paper.  


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