SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 30:
Banjos and beats, a love of family, tradition, and most importantly, Jesus defines Whosoever South. Comprised of Rowdy, Sarah and Mike, all three were born and raised in the South – and each with many different musical influences growing up. Together, this trio serves up a delicious combination of hip-hop and some southern hospitality with an invitation to all. The group’s humble beginnings and diverse backgrounds testify to the fact that God can indeed use all things.
Whosoever South continues to create a sound all their own, mixing traditional hip-hop with a country flare, a clear Gospel message, and a heavy dose of their deep Georgia southern roots. Comprised of Rowdy Eunice, Sarah Eunice and Mike Mitchell, Whosoever South’ first emerged in 2013 with their national debut album, Goin’ Home. An immediate hit, the group has been breaking down barriers ever since. Their unique sound quickly caught the attention of industry insiders, and before long, critics were raving about the group’s genre-bending blend, calling Goin’’ Home one of the best albums of the year. The group made their live television debut on Canada’’s 100 Huntley Street, before heading out on a U.S. media tour that landed them on media outlets from coast to coast. UP TV even masterminded an exclusive music video pairing Whosoever South’’s single, “”All the Time,”” with footage from the network’’s hit series, Bulloch Family Ranch.
With the upcoming release of Backroads & Small Towns, Whosoever South is back and better than ever. Produced by Rowdy Eunice, Asaf Fulks, Poetics, and Dirty Rice, the new album includes a guest appearance by 6-time Dove Award winner, KJ-52.
In early August, the trio quietly dropped a music video for the single, “Georgia,” and the video is already approaching a half million views on Facebook alone.