Performing Live




Shvdy Rollins (formerly Huck Funk) is an alternative R&B band from Indianapolis, Indiana.

Shvdy Rollins has traveled the eastern circuit to cities and venues ranging from Rockwood Music Hall in New York, Reggie’s in Chicago, The Vogue and Hifi of Indianapolis, as well as other cities such as Philadelphia, New Orleans, and Boston. 

Their genre bending sound comes with a diverse audience affording them opportunities to perform on the mainstage of Wonder Road Festival, join bills with bands such as Twenty One Pilots, Ava Max, Doja Cat, Khurangbin, Dumpstaphunk, the Main Squeeze, and many others.  

Shvdy Rollins shows involve crowd participation, a tight sound, and sultry vocals. In this band, Funk itself is considered more of an attitude and feeling than it is a genre and always aim for that Funk to come across in the high quality, cohesive show structure brought to each audience.

Native Sun envisions traditional hip hop elements (compelling lyricism, dusty samples, dope beats) paired with the versatility of live instrumentation to create a new sound. B Meeks (bass), Sleepy (drums) and B Young (emcee) intertwine gospel, rock, electronic, jazz and soul within the context of hip hop. This solid foundation in live music (vs produced beats) sets Native Sun apart from others.

Fronted by four brothers, The Brothers Footman brings harmonies to the stage that will take you back to Motown and exude an energy that is all their own. The group refuses to be defined by a genre and instead likes to call their sound “Summa Music.” Their 2018 debut single “Country Sky” has received radio play on stations across the country as well as internationally. Featuring a unique family sound along with excellent harmonies.

Allison Victoria is a soulful, self-taught, singer-songwriter, musician and artist, having opened for Grammy Award winner Ashanti, R&B singer Ginuwine and more.

Her style ranges from soul. Hip-hop, RnB, folk, gospel and much more. She has always been drawn to music, however and she got her professional start in January of 2016 at a local open mic in Indianapolis.

Allison always brings a refreshing rawness on and off the stage. She rooted herself in the community by using her art with purpose by performing at a variety of events for the people. Her mission is to be a true voice for others and spread love one song at a time.

Born in the early 90’s Lavonte “Fliparachee” Daniels’ love of music grew naturally in his hometown of Gary, Indiana. By his teenage years he had migrated to Indianapolis, Indiana. Lavonte was given the name “Fliparachee” because of his fearless tumbling skills. By high school Fliparachee knew music was his passion and he was ready to take it seriously. He began writing, then rapping. Next thing you know he is laying tracks in a studio with his best friend, Hashtag So Weird (#SoWeird). Together they recorded their first original music. Fliparachee had to watch his best friend battle with depression until it took his life. Immensely hurt, Fliparachee vowed to bring more awareness to depression. The birth of Weirdo Gang and the mission began.

His goal is first to bring awareness of depression, (especially in African American men), as well as encourage self-acceptance. Many refer to themselves as weird as a defense mechanism against not being accepted, but in Weirdo Gang you can be exactly who you are and if that is weird you will always be understood.

Indianapolis rapper Skypp has built a reputation as the voice of reason in the streets with his brand of Sophisticated Street Music. Shining a light unto the underground with witty bars of wisdom and cautionary narratives, Skypp’s music is a blend of cerebral boom-bap, trap prophecies and braggadocious flows over modern productions. Following a Top 15 charting release on iTunes in 2020 for his project, The Ghetto Mr. Rogerz, Skypp’s latest album drop, King of Indiana, is an empowering collection of storytelling, metaphors and melody. The song “Fix Yo’ Crown’ features longtime Kanye West collaborator Rhymefest; whom reached out about doing the track after hearing Skypp’s album, U4U.

Finding major notoriety in 2011 with his Skypp Saturday’s series on Soundcloud, accumulating more than half a million plays, the King of Indiana would soon find himself rubbing elbows with the industry’s elite. In 2012, the song “Do” would garner the attention of female fans and a local promotional company presenting the opportunity to perform the song in concert, opening for Yo Gotti. Soon later, Circle City’s prodigal emcee was approached about a record deal by fellow Naptown native and entertainment legend, Mike Epps. Flown out to Atlanta for Tupac’s Anniversary Celebration, Skypp met hip-hop icons Rick Ross, Meek Mill and Tupac’s mom, Athena Shakur.