A$AP Ferg

As a member of Harlem's A$AP Mob collective, Ferg spent 2012 fortifying the groundwork for his ascent to Trap Lord. In 2013, he dropped the solo hit "Work," which properly introduced the world to his succinct skills and penchant for intense, otherworldly delivery.

With hit singles and accolades pouring in, Ferg continued to break boundaries and gain new believers on his Fall 2013 headlining “Turnt x Burnt Tour,” alongside the A$AP Mob. In addition to his music, Ferg also has a strong passion for fashion which he channels in his recently announced Adidas footwear and apparel skateboarding collection and denim collaboration with L.A. brand, AGOLDE.

Throughout all of Ferg's accomplishments, the one thing that consistently stands out  is his vision. Never losing sight of where he came from, Ferg is a hustler. In fact, he never stops working and that's why he's already established himself as a hip-hop and fashion contender.


Jon Bellion

New York-based singer, songwriter, producer Jon Bellion is the self-made man. Jon’s built a remarkable following by sharing his music directly with listeners, to date he boasts over 445 Million Overall Worldwide Streams. In 2016, Jon released his full-length debut, The Human Condition, which entered the Billboard 200 at No. 5 and quickly earned a spot on Billboard’s “Best Albums of 2016 (So Far) list.”  First single, “All Time Low” was certified Gold, named to NPR’s Top 100 songs of 2016, and skyrocketed into the top 15 at Top 40 radio. The video for “All Time Low” boasts over 22 million views to date. The start of 2017 finds Jon opening for Twenty One Pilots on their upcoming North American arena tour.


Robert DeLong

The rise of the Los Angeles dance-pop provocateur and one-man band seems fated thus far. In 2013, his self-fulfilling "Global Concepts" single became an international hit and he's been following it around the world since, from dives to clubs to nearly every festival you've ever heard of. Now the man returns from   the neon wilderness with his most diverse and beat-driven work yet: In the Cards. DeLong's second album boldly swirls electronic strains—techno, house, drum & bass, electro, trip-hop—with rock composition and emotive soul. Each song is an aural world unto itself where DeLong probes a different angle of the record's theme: Is the story of our lives written "in the cards" or are we free to make our destinies? Ultimately, is there a difference?


Bad Bad Hats

Bad Bad Hats is an indie rock band from Minneapolis, Minnesota. Kerry Alexander (vocals, guitar, wisdom), Chris Hoge (drums, courage), and Noah Boswell (bass, power) met while attending Macalester College in Saint Paul, MN. Kerry and Chris began writing songs together in 2010, recording a collection of demos that would later become their first EP. The addition of Noah in 2012 solidified their lineup. The indie rock trio's songwriting quickly caught the ear of Minneapolis label Afternoon Records who signed the trio and released their It Hurts EP in early 2013. Two years later, the band released their bold debut LP, Psychic Reader, on July 17th.