Stone Soul Picnic 2015 Artists

Malachai started his set singing his songs, but the crowd wasn’t feeling him. He switched it up to “Throw Sum Mo'” and the show got bumping.  

Steve Arrington of Slave made a guest appearance with “Nice & Smooth” to sing “Just A Touch of Love.”      

  Introducing Atlanta born R&B crooner, Malachiae Warren. The 19-year-old rising talent is poised to make his mark on the game, and in the process, bring back that youthful, fly, ATL R&B vibe that once had the city and the industry on the edge of their seats. The 2014 North Atlanta High School graduate began […]

Avery Sunshine is without a doubt one of the most dynamic voices on the creative music scene, known for her invigorating and combustible live performances, compelling and revealingly honest song writing and impeccable instrument.  The earthy and charming singer who has lent her vocals to the silver screen and collaborated with the likes of Roy […]

  “Collective-Of-Outspoken-Lyricists-Armed-Maticulous-Entertaining-Kempt-Artists” …are the best words to describe generation nexts’ most original tandom of to invade the music industry in decades… C.O.O.L A.M.E.R.I.K.A.  Not, (dare we say) since the legendary Outkast has a Hip Hop group emerged with both the skill set and vision to transcend the culture as a whole the way in which […]

  Coming out of Houston with a hardcore party rap sound akin to the work of Gucci Mane, rapper Chedda da Connect hit in 2014 after he released a steady stream of mixtapes. With producer Fred On Em behind the boards, Chedda released the singles “Flicka da Wrist” and “Why Not?” in 2014, the two tracks sourced from his Catchin […]

Chubb Rock was discovered and produced by his first cousin DJ / Producer Howie Tee, Chubb Rock first appeared on the national scene with his 1988 self-titled debut “Chubb Rock” and 1989’s “And the winner is…” The latter produced the minor hit “Ya Bad Chubbs” which garnered air play on Yo! MTV Raps during that […]

A name given at birth, Jidenna means “embracing the father,” in the Igbo language. His music is a testimonial to the contrasting experiences that have shaped, complicated, and ultimately defined his life – an origin story that covers multiple continents, coasts, and calamities. Often described as a millennial version of Andre 3000, with the lyrical […]

  Vivian Green teamed up with Grammy nominated singer/songwriter Eric Roberson to create the demo that would win her a deal with Sony Music. The demo contained her first smash hit “Emotional Roller coaster”. Her debut album A Love Story released in 2002 and was certified Gold. It received rave reviews from People, Billboard, Rolling […]

Equally rooted in gospel, soul and hip-hop, 112 was the first and most successful urban vocal group to emerge from Sean “Puffy” Combs’ Bad Boy Records roster. Not only was the group’s eponymous 1996 debut popular, but the group could be heard on records by such Bad Boy artists as Puff Daddy. Unlike most artists […]

Eleven albums, countless hit singles and three decades ago, the six man collective known as Full Force was just another family with aspirations of making it big in the music industry. All native New Yorkers, the brothers Bowlegged Lou, Paul Anthony and B-Fine, along with their three cousins, J-R aka Shy Shy, Curt T-T and […]