Yung Baby Tate

Yung Baby Tate hails from Atlanta flaunting a rainbow-worthy variety of vibrant talents as an entertainer, coined namely a singer-songwriter, rapper, producer, dancer, actress, and self-acclaimed, “dope ass chick". Music also seemed predestined. Tate actually attended the 1996 GRAMMY® Awards in the womb of her mother Dionne Farris, of iconic rap group, Arrested Development. Growing up as a kid in Decatur, Georgia, she developed a passion for nineties R&B and Hip-Hop, citing Brandy, SWV, Missy Elliott and more as influences in addition to pop muse Gwen Stefani.

The budding songstress made her introduction with a sharpened style of her own with 2015’s ROYGBIV EP. Tate later returned with her 2018 breakout project BOYS EP, which produced viral hit and fan favorite “Bob,” clocking nearly a half-million cumulative streams within six months. Widespread acclaim followed from The FADER, Creative Loafing, Mass Appeal and many more. Now, with the release of GIRLS Yung BabyTate is ready to take her place among the most emerging artists of 2019!


JAMESDAVIS is a Los Angeles-based band comprised of fraternal twins Jess & Rey, and their younger brother, Auston. JAMESDAVIS‘s Lamplighter Vol. 1 EP arrived last fall to widespread fan enthusiasm and tastemaker acclaim. The lead single “Speedboat” generated 1.3 million Spotify streams as Complex highlighted how, “The three singers trade verses over a slow-burning, ethereal beat.” Meanwhile, it graced Spotify’s coveted “The Newness” Playlist, while Ebro stamped the song with his “Discovered on Apple Music” certification on his Apple Music Beats 1 Playlist.

Since their last project, JAMESDAVIS has allowed love, grief, joy, heartbreak and growth to help shape their new sound and direction. Their latest project, Lamplighter Vol. 1, allows listeners a glimpse into their lives. Leaving behind all the constraints and restrictions of what music is supposed to be and sound like from a band of siblings from Inglewood CA, Lamplighter Vol. 1 is truly a mix of rock, pop and R&B. The storytelling on songs like "Here it Go" draw you in, while the melodies and production will have you singing along for hours. Their genre-bending and niche-yet-universal sound is influenced by music legends such as: Leon Ware, Curtis Mayfield, Tina Turner, Mary J. Blige, and Coldplay to name few.

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