Fete Music Hall Presents
with Jon Hope, WhyTri, Reign & Nino Francis
Thursday, October 24th
Doors: 6:00 PM
Tickets: ADV $10 • DOS $12
** All Ticket Sales Are Final **
Khary is a rapper from Providence, RI. Priding himself on having an energetic live show, he has
performed both domestically and internationally while opening up for the likes of Megan The
Stallion, Mura Masa, KYLE, and Tory Lanez.. His music has been featured on several high
caliber outlets including Pigeons & Planes, The FADER, Lyrical Lemonade, Beats 1, and more.
Khary is currently preparing for his upcoming Fall 2019 headlining tour.
In May 2016, Khary released his critically-acclaimed debut solo project Intern Aquarium, leading to a campaign with Sprite, a headlining slot at the Austrian festival Rap Against, and two independently funded tours. One of the lead singles “Find Me” was also featured on the NBA Live 18 soundtrack. Khary and Columbus producer Lege Kale followed up with their collaborative Tidal Graves EP.
Over the past year alone, Khary has kept the momentum going with his Captain LP, as well as two EPs uhhh and THIS. He also joined Sylvan LaCue on his North America tour at the end of 2018.
When passion is your touchpoint, you can’t lose!
This is the daily mantra for Harrison ‘Jon Hope’ Grigsby that has propelled him to new heights through his creative endeavors that blend Hip Hop, culture, education, and entertainment . He has taken his life experiences and manifested them into tools of inspiration for all he encounters.
Under the alias Jon Hope, Grigsby’s ability to illustrate street episodes and empower the have nots has garnered him critical acclaim worldwide. His growing catalogue of independent albums and visual content spans over a decade and positioned him as one of the brightest stars to emerge from New England. He has collaborated with the likes of Grammy award winning producer Bongo ByTheWay, Roc Nation/ShowOff DJ Statik Selektah, and a featured guest on the legendary Sway in the Morning Show with host Sway Calloway.
In 2017, the Providence, Rhode Island native released Savage Beauty EP that debuted high on the itunes indie Hip Hop chart and spawned the anthemic “ChamPain” and socially pulsating ‘Eat.’ The six track offering extended into a tour and content placement and partnerships with various brands.