A few days ago Fearce and BeanOne gave a performance from their project “Bully” at Vermillion Art Gallery & Wine Bar in Capitol Hill. I was going to post the photos that I took but this video that they produced does a much better job at describing their work together and the awesome venue (you can catch my photos on our FB).
Vermillion is becoming one of my favorite spots on the hill. Smaller and more intimate than the rest of the show venues in the area, Vermillion is great for the casual artists showcase.
Dyme Def was our first feature story on Go Hard. Superstar. At that time the guys were just gearing up to put in work they had never before. Yuk the World was going to be their new platform where they could have complete control over the direction of their music and the marketing that went behind it. These days they’re thinking more strategically about where they perform and the timing of their releases. They’re no longer are as worried about not being relevant anymore or not being able to retain their original fan base. The crowds at Sasquatch, landing the gig to open for Snoop Dogg this summer, and the response to their latest work has told them they’ve still go it - and that their decision to continue to pursue their music careers is playing out to be the right one.