“Indigo Lantern” by Ben FM & Imagination Society

by | Jul 19, 2016

Members of the local hip hop label Gritty City Records have been steadily churning out new music for the last year.

Members of the local hip hop label Gritty City Records have been steadily churning out new music for the last year.

Most recently, Gritty City member Ben FM dropped some visuals for “Indigo Lantern” the first single off his new EP, God is A Woman.

Known for their party animal-like and wild, raucous videos, the crew steered away from that for a more laid back smooth song on “Indigo Lantern.” It’s positive, and Ben FM seems to be getting in touch with his spiritual side a little bit.

The six-track album, God is A Woman was released back in March and was released on June 24th.

Besides Ben Fm, “Indigo Lantern” features Robert Stubbs, Spark Vader, Martin Reamy, & Tristan Brennis, the sax maniac for RVA math rock/ jazz band Dumb Waiter.

Visuals were done by BC Music First and production was handled by Imagination Society.

Amy David

Amy David

Amy David was the Web Editor for RVAMag.com from May 2015 until September 2018. She covered craft beer, food, music, art and more. She's been a journalist since 2010 and attended Radford University. She enjoys dogs, beer, tacos, and Bob's Burgers references.

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