A.S.H.E.S the CHOSEN Win 2016 A3C Music Festival 'This Is My Year' Fan Challenge

A.S.H.E.S the CHOSEN Win 2016 A3C Music Festival ‘This Is My Year’ Fan Challenge

SmG Music announced today that it has won the coveted 2016 A3C Music Festival “This Is My Year” Fan Challenge.

August 03, 2016 ( datsyn.com) – SEATTLE, WA – A.S.H.E.S the CHOSEN was voted #1 by fans for his song “#SayHerName” which features other Seattle Hip Hop artist SaeMonae and vocalist Brynn Elyzabeth. The challenge was presented by the A3C (All 3 Coasts) Festival & Conference, the preeminent Hip-Hop event in the US, commonly referred to as, “hip-hop’s family reunion.” The fans voting him #1 has made A.S.H.E.S the CHOSEN an official 2016 A3C artist. He will be performing at the 12th annual A3C Festival & Conference located in Atlanta in October.

“The people have spoken! They wanted to make sure there was someone there representing them. We are also thrilled to be honored with this opportunity from A3C,” said A.S.H.E.S the CHOSEN for SMG Music. “We are looking forward to the opportunity to participate in the annual festival and conference.”

A3C has evolved from being a regional showcase to its current position as an internationally recognized and nationally acclaimed experience that encompasses many aspects of Hip-Hop culture, including music, education, art, film, style, pro-audio and more. 

A3C Alumni include J.Cole, A$AP Rocky, G-Eazy, Action Bronson, Ty Dolla $ign, Young Thug, Danny Brown, Vic Mensa, Big K.R.I.T and Wale.

For more information, visit www.ashesthechosen.com

With his unique sound and socially relevant lyrics, A.S.H.E.S the CHOSEN has established a stellar reputation among the independent hip-hop scene both domestically and abroad. A.S.H.E.S, which stands for All Songs Heard Echo Solidarity, embodies the dedication it takes to be an artist of the people, putting his heart and soul into bringing awareness to human rights injustices and solutions through his music. His genuine love of the craft and willingness to advocate for social change emerge through his distinct brand of hip-hop which he calls “Raptivism”.

After releasing the cerebral and thought-provoking album ID, Ego, Superego in 2015, A.S.H.E.S partnered with charitable organizations to raise awareness for domestic violence. His song, “Tears In Your Eyes,” which charted #23 on CMJ’s Hip Hop Charts, was placed in the NFL and NoMore.org’s Top Ten Most Inspiring Songs on the subject.


Source: PR