May 20, 2018, 6:00 pm - 11:00 pm at Smith's Olde Bar, 1578 Piedmont Ave NE, Atlanta, GA 30324, United States
Please join us on Sunday, May 20, 2018 for Moredopemusic Presents...
Featuring new music and full sets from:
Forrest Isn't Dead (formally Deaux)
Jordan Danielle Harris
Forrest Isn't Dead
Forrest Isnâ€™t Dead (formally known as Deaux) is an American artist, songwriter and producer residing in Atlanta, Ga. Forrest recently won over the city as made evident by his three 2017 Readers Pick Awards from Atlanta's most heavily distributed culture magazine Creative Loafing; he earned Best Overall Music Act, Best Hip Hop Act and Best Local Album for his debut project 'Portraitâ€™.
Taking the brand name â€˜Forrest Isn't Deadâ€™ to represent him feeling alive in these moments and to bear the name his mother chose for him, Forrest is currently working towards his 'What It Means To Me'project which releases early April 2018. Influenced by various artists, genres and his own life, Forrest's upcoming project is produced primarily by himself and could be considered Indie Rap/Art Pop.
Frank Mayson (born Rodney Francois Maison) is a Haitian-American rapper currently residing in Atlanta, GA. From his early youth in Stamford, CT to his young adulthood in Atlanta (Gwinnett County to be exact), Frank recalls always having a deep interest in all forms of music and a natural love of being on stage and performing. His ability to pull off trap life and charm keeps his audiences entertained and creates a genuine, loyal fan base.
Frank Mayson's debut single 'Touchdown' released in late 2015 and quickly found prominent mixtape placement (HOT107.9 Durtty Boyz 'Battlegrounds Mixtape', Mixtape Monopoly's 'Catch The Wave', DJ Tyrek.s 'Trapping Thru America', among others). In 2017 Frank Mayson took home a Readers Pick - Best of Atlanta Award from Atlanta's most heavily distributed publication Creative Loafing for his music video 'Phonies'. Frank Mayson is currently working closely with Atlanta-based artist development company Moredopemusic in preparation for the release of his debut full-length project.
Jordan Danielle Harris
Jordan Danielle Harris, an American musician, model, actress, singer, and songwriter, began working as a professional recording artist in 2017. Atlanta native, Harris, started to write songs and transform her personal experiences into music at an early age. When she was only six years old, Jordan acquired a unique ear for music and later went on to learn piano, guitar, and drums. Since then, she's been determined to create music with a positive message for anyone, at any age, to relate to and enjoy. Jordan incorporates multiple elements from a variety of genres while blending hints of modern, urban, electronic, and fresh sounds from around the world. Working with skilled producers in America and Europe, Jordan has been able to collaborate with international musicians and artists to create a distinctive sound of her own. Since then, she has released multiple original songs online, initiated her first debut album (set to be released in 2018), and featured as a high school student in the world-famous American Netflix original show, â€œStranger Thingsâ€.
Wesley. (born Wesley G. Curtis) is an American producer, songwriter, and artist residing in Atlanta, Ga. Wesley. signed his first deal as a teenager and moved to LA. to work with acts such as Travis Barker, and even living in the same house as Khloe Kardashian. After a stint in California, Wes ventured to Atlanta and started working on projects with The Wheeler Boys which landed them, and him a deal with Zac Brownâ€™s Southern Ground Artists label. While with Southern Ground Artists, Wesley. worked on a long list of projects including production and engineering credits on projects for Zac Brown, Sonia Leigh, Mighty High Coup, and The Law Band.
Wesley. is currently developing artists and releasing music through his artist development company Moredopemusic, LLC.
Monday is a songwriter from Atlanta, Georgia. In recent years he decided that he wanted to shed some of his intellectual light onto his peers that seem to be caught up in songs about nothing but violence and corruption. If you enjoy lyrical artistry, he is a must listen.