Atlanta, GA – The annual A3C Festival & Conference went down in Atlanta over the weekend and introduced collectively among the main figures within the Hip Hop neighborhood. To mark the event, the A3C Festival & Conference and that iHipHop Distribution are proud to announce the eighth installment of the annual compilation collection, A3C Volume eight.

The mission commemorates the 14th anniversary of the A3C Festival and in addition marks the eighth yr the A3C Festival & Conference and that iHipHop Distribution have joined forces to convey listeners this illustrious collection.

The A3C compilation collection has been influential throughout the style, serving as a barometer to gauge which artists will turn out to be famend staples within the ever-changing Hip Hop panorama. Past compilation artists embrace G-Eazy, Curren$y, A$AP Rocky, Yung Bans, Action Bronson, Vince Staples, Kodie Shane, Buddy, Smoke DZA, Rapsody, Dave East, Freddie Gibbs, Lucki, Thouxanbanfauni, Trademark Da Skydiver, Mick Jenkins, Sir Michael Rocks, Robb Bank$ and Jimmy Wopo, amongst others.

As in previous years, the 2018 compilation continues to highlight the style’s foremost rising artists with roughly 50 tracks from the most recent era of Hip Hop torchbearers.

One of these burgeoning artists is San Antonio MC Cap Gold whose “HighClass Fever” lower serves because the first single from A3C Volume eight.

The 19 year-old has rapidly taken over Texas’ underground scene and has all the makings of a prolific artist, one thing showcased within the video for “HighClass Fever.” Shot on location by Justin Perez, Cap delivers his traces by his gold grills till the police arrive to close issues down.

The A3C Volume eight compilation is anticipated to reach quickly.

iHipHop Distribution is at present accepting submissions for A3C Volume eight. If you desire to A3C and that iHipHop Distribution to contemplate your music for this installment of the compilation collection, please ship your submission to pr@ihiphopdistribution.com.

In the meantime, take a look at Cap Gold’s “HighClass Fever” video above and cop the one right here. 

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