Q.G. The BlacKnight takes up space as an indie artist in Arkansas and is comfortable with who he has grown to become—”My goal isn’t trying to be the biggest cat in the room. I’m just trying to be one of the most well known.” Q.G.’s knowledge of self is admirable, as he is a champion for artist individuality and authentic self expression, which is what his album represents. Read more as Q.G. The BlacKnight peels back the layers of his musical journey as a southern independent artist, his musical influences, where Arkansas stands in the music industry, and a breakdown of his latest album, “The Blackprint”.
Demetris Ford is an entrepreneur with confidence that is so contagious. The Magnolia, Arkansas native and now Dallas, Texas resident flexes his versatility in various industries from fitness to roofing.
Little Rock, Arkansas native, Dywon Wilson is graphic designer and proud owner of both DW Graphics & Design and Treehouse Kreations, businesses that embody his love for art and design. His advice to creatives: “Don’t underestimate yourself and your artwork.”
Little Rock native and rapper, OG Ira J is keen on educating himself on the industry and hopes that his music reflects his authenticity and good energy, while still being relevant in today’s dynamic musical landscape.