Earlier this month, beginning on Wednesday (October 4th), artists, and industry professionals traveled to Atlanta to take part in the A3C (All Three Coasts) Festival and Conference. Festival attendees took advantage of panels, discussions, live interviews, and the many showcases throughout the city, before finally heading over to the festival grounds on the weekend to enjoy performances from the likes of Playboi Carti, Dave East, A-Trak, and Nas.
We teamed up with Gryndfest radio to host a media suite at Criminal Records located in Little Five Points. Where we “Press Play” with a few special guests in addition to the official festival line-up. If you weren’t able to tune into Gryndfest radio on the Dash network, you may listen to the full audio available now on our Soundcloud.
Go Grizzly An Atlanta certified platinum music producer for Artists Publishing Group, Warner Chappell, and Winners Circle Production. By the age of 17 he had already worked with Future, Kevin Gates, and Curren$y.
TXNY Warren is Los Angeles based artist. After the release of his “Hunnit” music on YouTube video, he racked up over 9,000 views in 3 days.
Earl The Pearll As a part of Lil Yachty’s Sailing Team, from Atlanta, Earl has been producing hits for Yachty like the recent collab with Young Thug “On Me”. He also produced “All You Had To Say” on Yachty’s most recent album Teenage Emotions, Young Thug and Lil Baby’s collab “Rider”, and he’s worked with Makonnen.
Dj Caleeb A Chicago based DJ, producer, artist and writer. According to him his music is “head nodding music that puts you in a 90s state of mind, edifying you follow dreams for a higher aim”. Even though he’s still in college he’s already shared stages with Wiz Khalifa, Chance The Rapper, Raury, and Lil Wayne.
Quentin Miller is part of a hip-hop duo from Atlanta called WDNG Crshrs which consists of him and Thaddius “TheCoolisMac” Callaway. In 2015, they released the mixtapes, UTDinfinity and CrshrsGotWings with producer Cardo.
Sean “Spoon” Weatherspoon 7 year Veteran NFL Linebacker, Philanthropist, Artist, and Brand- Ambassador for Lauten Audio, who also happens to put the fear of God into QBs and RBs alike. Spoon shares that music is something he has wanted to pursue for a long time.
He said “I know a lot of ball players who get into music are stereotyped as just wanting to be an artist. I can’t wait to hear that. I would say that I’m an artist who happens to be a talented athlete as well.”