Frank Lopes Jr., known professionally as Hobo Johnson, is an American vocalist and frontman of Hobo Johnson and the LoveMakers. Lopes was born on December 22, 1994. He is half Azorean Portuguese and a quarter Mexican and Native American. When Lopes was 19, he was kicked out of his house by his father and subsequently lived in his car.
In 2017, he released the album The Rise of Hobo Johnson on Reprise Records. That year, he won four Sacramento Area Music Awards: Artist of the Year, Best Hip-Hop/Rap, Best Emcee and Best New Artist.
Hobo Johnson and the LoveMakers released a music video on Facebook as part of NPR’s Tiny Desk Contest on March 7, 2018. The song “Peach Scone” collected millions of views in just a few weeks. Following the attention of the “Peach Scone” video, their album The Rise of Hobo Johnson charted at #11 on the Billboard Heatseekers Chart for the week ending March 31, 2018.
While not winning the Tiny Desk Contest, Hobo Johnson & the LoveMakers appeared on Tiny Desk on an episode released on September 12, 2018. In 2018, the band toured North America and Europe and appeared at several music festivals. – Wikipedia
Oliver Tree (formerly Tree) is an American-based vocalist, producer, filmmaker, and professional scooter rider from Santa Cruz, California. Oliver Tree signed to Atlantic Records in 2017, after his song “When I’m Down” went viral. – Wikipedia