TONIGHT: Peter Hadar, Black Spade and W. Ellington Felton

by Winston "Stone" Ford


Our homies from SolSource ALWAYS throw some of the dopest events, and tonight’s one is no different. They’re bringing together NYC’s Peter Hadar, St. Louis’ Black Spade, and DC’s own W. Ellington Felton for a night of eclectic and electric soul music.

Peter Hadar came onto the scene with his Well Dressed for the Art Show, which dropped to very favorable reviews. Hadar, who describes himself as a “Cool Weirdo” is one of the most eclectic R&B singers I’ve heard in a while.

Black Spade made his mark from being featured on Nicolay’s numerous mixtapes and featured on his brilliant album Here. The St. Louis based artist now finds a home on OM Records, and combines his soulful style with some poignant lyricism. He has been able to set himself apart from the norm, and created a style of his own.

W.Ellington Felton is a Washington staple, combining hip-hop with jazz and soul. He brings his unique blend of hip-hop, singing with jazz influences and messages of love & life, he still remains D.C.’s own renaissance man with one of the best stage shows in independent music.

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