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The vibrant Whitney Peyton talks beginning, digital novel, and what to expect in the future

Whitney Peyton | Photo by Michael Carnrike
Whitney Peyton | Photo by Michael Carnrike

The young and charismatic Whitney Peyton has quite a few accolades for an artist still considered to be underground.  In the midst of winning tri-state contests and recognition from major media outlets like MTV and ABC (to name a few), the rapper also contributed to a collaborative children’s album that received a Grammy in 2012. Most recently, she’s been involved with a new innovative graphic novel that features 26 different underground artists from around the globe called How An Atomic Fart Saved The World.  With all that, the always hungry Whitney Peyton has her eyes set on future projects and music, looking to take her Underdog movement to a new forefront and demographic.  I was given the chance to talk to Peyton about her background and aspirations. Continue reading →