Sometimes the cut does run that deep. For West Philly born, Armani White, that moment was at the age 4, during a domestic violence episode between his parents. Screaming at the top of his lungs for the violence to stop and to be heard by no one, Armani uses that moment to capture his voice every time he steps to the mic.

After uploading a 1 minute 13 seconds video to YouTube entitled “Stick Up”, not only would his voice be heard but amplified. The record would land him on the pages of Pigeons&Planes, MTV The Wrap-UP and go on to be spun by Pharrell & Scott Vener on their Beats 1, OTHERtone radio show. He took a step back from music in 2016, following his father losing a battle with Cancer; but returned to the public eye in 2017, premiering a standalone cut titled “NYC Window” via Pigeons&Planes’ Beats 1 show and picked up by Ebro’s Beats 1 show shortly after. He later appeared on the Electronic Summer Cut “Rewind” with Louis Futon and Ashe, As well as aid them on their tour with Electronic Duo Louis The Child. Armani has worked and toured with a wide array of artist, ranging from the electronic heavy hitters like Troyboi to big-name Hip Hop artists like Big Sean and Big KRIT. Having accomplished so much in a short period of time, he's thoroughly prepared for the release of his debut project.


Originally a bedroom producer from Philadelphia, Louis Futon has made a name for himself as an established artist/producer as well as a talented live performer. Known for his weavings of hip-hop, R&B, and soul styles into his fresh sounding works, he now LA based artists has garnered over 120+ million streams across his singles and remixes, as well as another 10 million from unofficial flips of popular mainstream tracks.

Having toured North America with two mostly sold out headlining tours as well as performing at key festivals such as Coachella, CRSSD, Made In America and more Futon is no stranger for taking his music to big stages. Futon has joined fellow electronic artists ODESZA, GRiZ, and Louis The Child on the road providing support with his popular multi-act live show.

2019 is set to be a massive year for Louis Futon with the release of his debut album, Way Back When, which sees Futon bring his diverse production talents to a whole new level, with tracks featuring buzzing artists like NoMBe, DUCKWRTH, Ashe, RKCB and more. Having racked up over 35 million streams from singles alone prior to release, the album is set to come out on February 22nd on all platforms. Fans can expect several headline shows and festival performances around the album scheduled throughout 2019.