Visit The USA AD
10 Countries | 4.3.18
Don't ask me how these things keep happening. I don't know what to tell ya. I'm just out here rapping and suddenly my voice is requested. S/o to Visit The USA for choosing me to represent my city AND genre in an international tourism spot. The beginning.
Lately Remix feat. Deante Hitchcock
ByStorm/RCA Records artist Deante Hitchcock joins me as I flip one of leviTAPE's most popular records in an explosive remix. This is just the tip of the iceberg, stay woke. Click to listen!
levitape live - 4.8.18
So...this album did well. Blew my expectations out the water, to be honest. Hundreds of physical and digital albums sold + 27k streams in a couple months, and I rapped my way into an international commercial...it's only right that I deliver the show my supporters deserve.
Full band. Special appearances by the album's featured artists including Defacto Thezpian and Jean Michael. Two outstanding opening acts - Jalani and Gold Griffith. A full DJ set.
Got some surprises for y'all too, but hopefully that's enough to get you in the door. We're doing damn near the entire album, front to back at one of Atlanta's most intimate venues.
Click the flyer to get your tickets now, and don't forget to bring a friend! This is my first headlining set, and my first with a band. Let's sell this joint out and keep real music alive!
I make it a point to use my W's to create bigger W's. My trip to SXSW this year did just that; creating an opportunity for my unreleased music to be featured on a major television pilot. When that pilot deal fell through, I was presented with another shot weeks later - HBO's Insecure. That was a dream for sure, and I hope it comes through one day. That day wasn't the day.
Finally, the placement gods (more specifically, the team at Bad Sneakers) blessed me with the holy grail - a highly coveted spot on a primetime, syndicated TV show with a massive viewership...BET's Being Mary Jane.
It's a crazy feeling to have my first single from the new album on one of TV's most popular shows, and my hope is that everybody loves it as much as I loved telling my story.