The Full 49-Song "A3C Vol. 7" Compilation Has Arrived
Featuring Kodie Shane, Yung Booke, Yung Bans, Lucki, Terrance Escobar, Squidnice, Mir Fontane and more.
SPONSORED – Tuesday (December 5), the A3C Festival & Conference and iHipHop Distribution are proud to launch the seventh annual A3C compilation album, A3C Volume 7. The project marks the seventh year that the A3C Festival & Conference and iHipHop Distribution have joined forces, continuing the highly regarded series.
The A3C compilation series has been influential within the genre, serving as a barometer to gauge which artists will become renowned staples in the ever-changing hip-hop landscape. Past compilation artists include G-Eazy, Curren$y, Action Bronson, Big K.R.I.T., Vince Staples, Ab-Soul, A$AP Rocky, Danny Brown, The Underachievers, Smoke DZA, Trademark Da Skydiver, Freddie Gibbs, Sir Michael Rocks, Alex Wiley, Mick Jenkins, Dave East, Thouxanbanfauni, Robb Bank$, Michael Christmas, Tunji Ige, Manolo Rose, and Trinidad James, just to name a few. For this reason, the compilation has seen praise from various outlets including Apple, as its editors raved, “the A&R rep has done a commendable job, cherry-picking some of the most promising, would-be rap stars from countless wannabes.”
This year’s compilation continues to spotlight the genre’s foremost emerging artists with 49 tracks from the newest generation of Hip Hop’s torchbearers. Artists appearing on A3C Volume 7 include Kodie Shane, Yung Booke (Hustle Gang), Yung Bans, Lucki, Terrance Escobar, Squidnice, Trizz, Mir Fontane, Rolling Stone P, Nell, Meko Supreme, Lil West, Caleborate, Cookie Money, Jimmy Wopo, Kamiyada+, ITSOKYTOCRY, Chuuwee, Calev, Solomonilla, Trippy Tha Kid, Smrtdeath, BigBabyGucci, Johnny Apollo, King Z3US, Brudda Haitian and many more.
“Compiling these tracks was truly a nationwide, team effort this year and we want to thank A3C, all of the artists, A&Rs, scouts, managers, producers, lawyers and media partners that have helped us make what we believe is our best compilation of young talent to date,” Executive Producer Chuck Wilson said in a s