Suni MF Solomon DROPS #TurnedBack

Suni MF Solomon ressurects with “Turned Back” the first single from her upcoming mixtape. After performing at some of the biggest music festivals such as Atlanta Indie Fest, A3C & SXSW MF went under the radar to recreate her Atlanta sound. Well now your mother’s favorite femcee is back & stronger than ever! Currently linking with Shawn Hosea (producer of Trinidad Jame$ “Females Welcomed”) as the executive producer over her 6th indie release 6Deep which is set to drop this winter!


“With this single I want to inform the world where I came from, what I’ve seen, and who I am. I grew up on the westside of Atlanta and, although it wasn’t the nicest neighborhood, Adamsville made me who I am today. At 22 years old I started to really put a lot in perspective. At first I was naive to my surroundings but I noticed my surrounding told a story… MY STORY”

Check out Suni MF Solomon featured in “A Day in the Life of Da Kidd of WAUG at UNCG”

Throughout my years of pursuing music I’ve ran across dope radio personalities that I have developed a friendship with. My homie Terrence at University of North Carolina – Greensboro always shows me love at the station! But today I ran across this dope video of him that I am featured in! It’s always dope to see my hard work finally paying off. The footage is from when I first performed at a WUAG event. I appreciate all the support! Enjoy the video

A3C presents “Change In The Game” Mini-Documentary featuring Suni MF Solomon

It’s FINALLY viral! I hope you all enjoy this mini documentary! I had so much fun answering questions with Will F. Def a great opportunity! I look back and will most likely show this to my kids haha. Here’s the history behind the documentary:

A3C Hip-Hop Festival, Wonderroot & Atlanta Film Festival present:

Change In The Game
The Art. The Audience. The Artist. The Change.

A short film by w. feagins, jr. commissioned by A3C for the 1st Annual A3C Hip-Hop Film Festival.

Since its origins in the 1970s, Hip-Hop was once viewed as merely a passing fad. Now, nearly 40 years later it has proven it’s here to stay and it’s a force to be reckoned with. Hip-Hop has grown from its humble beginnings to have a global impact but, as with any growth there comes change. While artists and fans alike dispute whether the changes have been for the better or not, there is no denying their effect on the genre.

Change in the Game discusses some of the changes that have affected how Hip-Hop is created and received as well as factors that influenced those changes such as, technology, commercial success and the relationship between the artists new and old.

“This isn’t good or bad. It’s just the way of things. Nothing stays the same.”
– Unknown