A3C Festival joins forces with the HipHopDX to let fans vote for one of five artists to open for The LOX.
HipHopDX is hosting a voting contest between five artists to decide the final opening act for The LOX at The A3C Festival’s (http://www.a3cfestival.com/) "The Circuit Showcase." The October 9 showcase, to be held in Atlanta, will also feature the winners from the nine stops along this summer’s "The Circuit Tour." Cast your vote for one of the five acts below:
This lyrical Chicago rapper is fresh off the release of his The Water[s] mixtape. He is known for mixing strong messages with catchy styles. The Hollywood Freestyle veteran has also collaborated with XXL Freshman Chance the Rapper and Vic Mensa. He is signed to Cinematic Music Group along with Big K.R.I.T. and Smoke DZA.
The South Florida artist operates independently with his planetcoffeebean brand. He has released five albums, planetcoffeebean 2 dropped in 2013. Metaphors run deep with this emcee. This rapper with a strong Southern accent recently chopped it up with DX about his deeply symbolic video "Railroad Down/Unfinished."
A signee to 9th Wonder’s Jamla Records, Add-2 hails from Chicago. A DX Next artist from 2007, Add-2 has been steady working recently linking with Dizzy Wright and Bishop Nehru on an LRG release titled "Wrecking Crew." He gained publicity with a 2009 single "Luxury." Add-2’s latest is a collaborative project with producer Khrysis called Heaven and Hell.
This high energy Chicago emcee blends humor into his verses. Wiley, a Hollywood Freestyle alum, has been steadily touring to bring his Club Wiley brand across the country. He is affiliated with Chicago independent Hip Hop label, Closed Sessions. His latest project Village Party received athree and a half review from HipHopDX when it dropped in June.
Chicago rapper G.O.D. has caused controversy for the religious themes in his aggressive raps. His debut album The Bible debuted in May. G.O.D. has popped up on stage with 2 Chainz in Atlanta. Though he has been asked to explain himself, G.O.D. likes to let his music speak for itself.