AJ had a chance to interview Ben Bruce of Asking Alexandria backstage at a Whitney Peyton concert just after they wrapped up the 10 Years In The Black Tour.

Buds, Matt Good of From First To Last and Zach Hansen of The Word Alive also hung out and were in the cross hairs of the witty Brit who was on a mission to crush an Angry Orchard tall boy and talk about anything but music.


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Whitney Peyton is fire and is up and coming hip-hop artist that needs to be on your radar.

“If artists like Machine Gun Kelly, Eminem, and Missy Elliott miraculously had a pale love child that somewhat resembled Hayley Williams of Paramore, she would be just like Whitney Peyton. W.P. is a unique emcee, with a firecracker personality, hailing from the outskirts of Philadelphia, PA. Beginning close to home she became, and generally still holds the #1 spot on The Hip Hop Charts on Reverbnation.com in Philadelphia.

Her continuous drive has also gained her several nominations (and wins) at the Lehigh Valley Music Awards (PA) for categories including “Best New Artist”, “Best Lyricist”, “Best Live Performer”, “Best Female Solo Artist” and “Best Hip Hop Performer” from 2010 through 2014. Whitney was nominated in the 2014 Tri-State Indie Music Awards (PA, NY, NJ, DE, MD) for “Emerging Hip-Hop Artist of the Year” and won.

quipped with catchy hooks and relatable rap verses, she is the top voted unsigned artist in her home state on MTV2’s “On The Rise” contest and has been interviewed and played on numerous independent, college, and online radio stations. With no label or management, the rapper has also landed various TV… read more


“Eric Tobin is the Executive Vice President of Business Development and A&R at Hopeless Records and Sub City Non Profit. He has been with Hopeless for over 11 years and been integral in the success of the label’s artists including All Time Low “Future Hearts” #1 debut in the US and UK as well as top 15 chart debuts in 9 additional countries and top 10 chart debuts for Taking Back Sunday, Sum 41, Yellowcard, The Used, Neck Deep and The Wonder Years.” – imiconference.com

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