Nov 5, 2012

Exclusive Interview with Grammy Award Winner Whitney Peyton – Yahoo! Voices –

Whitney Peyton

Independent hip hop artist Whitney Peyton, won her first Grammy as contributing artist during the 54th annual Grammy Awards. Peyton is a rapper from Philly whose lyrical delivery summons visions of a hip hop dynamo with more years in the game than this young lady. Whitneys collaborations include projects with other Grammy winners like Lazie Bone Bone Thugs N Harmony and Gangsta Boo Three 6 Mafia.The Grammy!Hip hop is Peytons main genre however, in 2011 Whitney showed her artistic versatility by taking writing and recording gigs on an anti-bullying album geared towards children titled “All about Bullies…Big and Small.” The album was a hit and gained attention by winning a Grammy Award for “Best Childrens Album” at the 54th annual Grammy Awards in 2012, as well as Parents Choice Gold Award from the Parents Choice Foundation.Hailing from Philadelphia, PA, her firecracker personality is totally in line with that citys musical history and the stellar performers from that area who came before her. An undeniable star quality is exhibited in her stage presence and she is in constant demand, sharing concert stages with well-known acts including Jadakiss, Juelz Santana, Jim Jones and too many to name in a short article!I had the opportunity to speak quickly with Whitney as she begins her recording process for an upcoming full-length release. We discussed her recent EP “Coffee Cups And Combat Boots” which dropped September 4th, 2012 and the motivation behind that project.

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Jerry is Executive Editor of The Hype Magazine (, a member of the Recording Academy (Grammy365), as well as a freelance publicist with more than 10 years experience in the urban music field. He is also a Featured Contributor for Yahoo! Voices (A&E) ( In 2002, Jerry was recognized by the West Coast Hip Hop Hall of Fame for his contributions to the growth and education of independent artists.

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