College wasn’t really the thing for 19-year-old singer songwriter Faye Webster. After attending Nashville’s Belmont University for a semester, the Atlanta-native decided to pursue a music career back home.
But it’s Webster’s affinity for hip-hop that makes her country sound contemporary and unique. She’s covered Outkast and has totally transformed “Cheap Thrills” by Father -- Awful Records’ founder and rapper -- into an emotional ode to indie-folk. The singer’s friendship with rapper/producer Ethereal and the Awful crew,…
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