AR's Listening Party at Circle House: "Get on My Level"
Photo by Jacob Katel Backyard DJ hut at the Circle Village compound.
Independent hustler AR is a rapper who wants you to get on his level.
You're going to need a Bentley, several cases of Ciroc, a backyard party at the Circle House, and a single with Jim Jones.
We were there at his new music listening party on Saturday night, getting drunk, eating chicken and shrimp, and jamming to new songs like "Fire."
Check the cut for Crossfade's recap and photos.
Movers and shakers from all over the county were there to show support including higher ups from the Opium Group, chart topping songwriter Rico Love, and the Ciroc girls keeping everybody's cups full in the cold weather.
Abebe Lewis' Marketing and Branding Group put the event together. Abebe says, "I met AR and his camp on the party scene. I saw them making noise and drawing crowds wherever they went. I saw their movement so we chopped it up and made this happen."
AR is an independent artist who is originally from Little Rock, Arkansas. "I used to do my thang in Houston, Texas, but for the last two years I've been based here in Miami."
AR works with a business man named Shabazz. Shabazz works with Diddy, but he wants everyone to know that "AR has no major backing. All the cars, the bottles, the clothes, the jewelry, that's independently funded."