The Roots Project | HuckWheat

In Gallery, Image by Qazi Islam

Huckwheat is an American recording and visual artist from Oklahoma City. As 1/4 of art and music collective Sativa Prophets, Huckwheat provides an energetic, raspy, and soulful voice. Influences such as James Brown, Outkast, and Mos Def were the sources of inspiration that helped develop his unique style. In doing so, he has created solo albums like "Buddah Leaf" 2015 and "Alaok" 2017. From performing at music festivals across the United States, HuckWheat has opened for major touring acts as well as hosted events/parties all over Oklahoma. His journey as an artist has introduced to him many new faces over the years. A few viral videos and some national attention has helped Huckwheat and fellow Sativa Prophets members land their first Southwestern American tour in 2017.
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In his catalogue, there is a little bit of everything for listeners and consumers. Songs like "Kit Kat Bars" and "Trollstice" showcase the intricate word play. Whereas "Happy Hour" and "Light Floor" goes in a different direction of Pop/RnB. #allartmatters Huckwheat keeps his hands busy with side projects such as "Paint Stained Everything". Alongside fellow prophet Rodrick Malone, they create and sell "Experimental Wearable Art and Decor", such as clothes, shoes, coffee tables, lamp shades...everything. In many interviews Huck has expressed his love and passion to create just for the sake of creating. Which you'll see and hear within his respectable mediums of choice.
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