Since D.R.A.M. and his camp, RBLE took off with their movement a few summers back in VA, the 757 has been somewhat on an upward spiral as far as building culture in the area, musically. Many new camps have surfaced and the party scene is on to something, thanks to the latest hit conglomerate, The Traptastic.
A lot of young talent have come together to do their thing, including Norfolk city’s own, iPM. These group of young college students and creatives come from many different, yet similar, backgrounds, but all have a common goal with their music. The group consist’s of conscious rappers, those inspired by the “golden age” of Hip-Hop music, trap and drill rappers, photographers, videographers, graphic designers, and fashion designers. As they produce a movement for their peers and the community to recognize as something positive for the area and beyond, they also bring more value to themselves and their overall goal: to be of influence.
Recently they held a concert at the NorVA, a popular and historic venue in Norfolk, VA. Their in-house videographer recap’d the event in their latest visual drop. The energy caught on camera is what fans expect from the iPM family every time they touch the stage. See up top for their latest show recap and stay looped on their events & future endeavors via Twitter.