Marlon Craft is a hip-hop artist from Hell’s Kitchen, New York City. The 26-year-old New York City MC offers an essential mix of new school oxygen and golden era sensibilities. After making waves in the Big Apple’s underground scene, Marlon emerged into the spotlight in 2019 with his debut album, Funhouse Mirror, with standout singles: “Shallow” featuring Dizzy Wright as well as the controversial “Gang Shit” addressing institutional racism in America, of which T.I., Killer Mike, Shaun King and more took notice and continued the conversation. Leading with his pen, Marlon combines technical skill with timeless (and often live) musicality to give his music purpose, dimension, and emotional resonance. After sold out shows in NYC (SOBs) and Los Angeles to mark the success of the album, Marlon is headed back on the road in 2020 with a multitude of new music scheduled to release.
In 2016, Arian Foster retired from the NFL on a high note. He was a star four- time Pro Bowl running back, known for his epic Namaste bow that doubled as his victory dance whenever he scored a touchdown. Now he’s Bobby Feeno, critically acclaimed musician, though that musical trajectory was tightly woven into his narrative long before he ever picked up a football. As Bobby Feeno readies his Mass Appeal debut EP, Late February, he continues to build upon his solid music career, as he’s headed for stardom.