So Good At Being In Trouble: Weekend Playlist By Peter $un

by | Jan 4, 2019 | MUSIC

Every Friday night, RVA Mag drops one scorcher of a playlist curated by influential artists, musicians, and institutions.

This week’s comes from Peter $un, a talented lyrical jouster who’s been kicking rhymes and spitting flows around Richmond and Los Angeles for over five years now. He’s stayed prolific and productive throughout that time; he released a collaborative EP, Valencia, with Lasik Beats last summer, and just dropped his latest release, Don’t Forget To Smile, a couple of weeks ago. Be sure to check it out — but first, get ready to slide into your weekend with some top-quality beats, rhymes, and life from Peter $un’s playlist. He may mostly make his home in LA these days, but this playlist makes it clear that RVA’s still in his heart.

Get that head-nod going, Virginia.

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