Atlanta, Ga.-The A3C Festival is an Annual Hip Hop
celebration that displays the diversity of urban music by inviting hundreds of emcees, producers, and
industry affiliates to exhibit their interpretation of rhythm and rhyme. Attendees came from coast to coast to
network, promote and perform.
Friday October 8th this Hip Hop extravaganza was swimming
with rappers from the Bay area.
included: The Jacka, J-Stalin, Willie Joe, Erk tha Jerk and Mistah F.A.B.
These mentioned artists have won the West-one album, one mix
tape, one promo tour at a time. California’s own, ErkthaJerk, has an album
approaching titled Nerds Eye
View fully loaded with radio rotated hits like Right Here. Erk says his family and life lessons inspire him the most. The way Erk feels influences the way he
writes depending on the day.
Willie Joe, another Bay area buzz also performed at this
years A3C festival. Willie Joe is
currently promoting Focus, which he also calls The Street Album.
His music has an original sound that segregates his flow from other Cali’ emcees. Willie Joe has collaborated with
ErkthaJerk, Mistah F.A.B, as well as Grand Hustle recording artist B.O.B.
Willie Joe demands to be heard and holds his own in the West Coast
J-Stalin has the
fastest growing fan base out of Oakland, with records also in heavy rotation
his single Everyday is My Birthday has been debuted on MTV Jams. J-Stalin has
been busy traveling to several cities from Cali’ to K.C. and more; gaining
followers who support his latest album Prenuptial Agreement. J-Stalin’s buzz has grown major
clout in the industry including opportunities to work with artists like E-40, Killer Mike, and Digital
Hip Hop Junkies were waiting intensely for Mistah F.A.B to
hit the stage, a universally recognized emcee well known for his club banger
with Too Short and Snoop Life of the Party. Mistah F.A.B
has a diverse sense of flow that appeals to all audiences. Not only is Mistah F.A.B a well branded West coast rapper he
also writes for other entertainers.
Look for his album Liberty
Forever to hit stores in February 2011.
The Jacka’s performance sealed the deal at the A3C 2010 Festival. Jacka is
considered to be on the most influential rappers in this West Coast coalition.
He is a self made mogul that sells more than 60 percent of his records outside
of the state of California. The
Jacka is an unstoppable force that leads a collaborated team of
excellence. While encouraging
unity Bay area artists move toward common goals with precision. West Coast Hip Hop is continuing to
evolve with an innumerable amount of followers as they introduce the world to
the West Coast way.