If artists like Machine Gun Kelly, Eminem, and Missy Elliott miraculously had a pale love child that somewhat resembled Hayley Williams of Paramore, she would be just like Whitney Peyton. W.P. is a unique emcee, with a firecracker personality, hailing from the outskirts of Philadelphia, PA.

Beginning close to home she became, and generally still holds the #1 spot on The Hip Hop Charts on in Philadelphia. Her continuous drive has also gained her several nominations (and wins) at the Lehigh Valley Music Awards (PA) for categories including “Best New Artist”, “Best Lyricist”, “Best Live Performer”, “Best Female Solo Artist” and “Best Hip Hop Performer” as well as a Tri-State Indie Music Award (PA, NY, NJ, DE, MD) for “Emerging Hip-Hop Artist of the Year”.

Equipped with catchy hooks and relatable rap verses, she is the top voted unsigned artist in her home state on MTV2’s “On The Rise” contest and has been interviewed and played on numerous independent, college, and online radio stations. The rapper has also landed various TV spots, swept the pages of multiple magazines and music blogs internationally, as well as accumulated over 2 Million+ YouTube views on her channel.

With an undeniable stage presence, W.P. has headlined countless packed events as well as performed with well-known acts including Kid Ink, Jadakiss, Juelz Santana, Pouya, Asking Alexandria, Craig Mabbitt, Jim Jones, Jelly Roll, Kottonmouth Kings, Sheek Louch, Hopsin, Rittz, Big K.R.I.T., MIMS, Tech N9ne, Paul Wall, Vanilla Ice, TWIZTID, R.A. the Rugged Man, DMX, and many more! She has collaborated on songs with Bizarre (of D12), Cassidy, Da Mafia 6ix (formerly Three 6 Mafia), WAX, Zack Hansen (The Word Alive), Matt Good (From First to Last), MIMS, Daddy X and Dirtball (of Kottonmouth Kings), Caskey (YMCMB), Layzie Bone (of Bone Thugs N Harmony), Spectacular (of Pretty Ricky), Mistah F.A.B., Spice 1, Chris Webby, R.A. The Rugged Man, and the list goes on!

Despite her edgy image and attitude, Whitney was chosen to be one of the faces of Philadelphia’s “Unlitter Us” Campaign. TV spots for the campaign aired city-wide (and in surrounding areas) on stations such as MTV, BET, Vh1, Comedy Central, ABC, and NBC. Whitney was featured using her rap ability in a spoken word poem she wrote about cleaning up the city streets. She also appeared in print and transportation ads, while additionally being seen alongside Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter at anti-litter rallies, and community events.

Further proving her versatility as an artist, W.P. took part in writing and recording on an Anti-Bullying album geared toward Children. The album gained immediate recognition winning a Grammy Award for “Best Children’s Album” at the 54th annual Grammy Awards as well as a Nappa Honors Award, and Parent’s Choice Gold Award from the Parent’s Choice Foundation.

Whitney’s perseverance, and rapidly growing fan base earned her spots on both a full Canadian tour with Twiztid as well as a 40-date USA tour with rap legend, R.A. The Rugged Man (of Nature Sounds), and Potluck (of Suburban Noize) in 2013. In 2014 she continued her momentum on a 60-date National Tour with Oscar Winning rap group Three 6 Mafia (now known as Da Mafia 6ix) followed by a run as direct support for highly controversial electronica group Blood on the Dance Floor. Never missing a beat, Whitney Peyton took 2015 by storm by headlining her own tour as well as acting as support for Fronzilla (of Atilla). The story doesn’t stop there as W.P toured vigorously in 2016 on several runs with Kottonmouth Kings, Social Repose (YouTube sensation), One-Eyed Doll, Kutt Calhoun (former Strange Music Artist), country- rap artist Jelly Roll, Jonny Craig, and rock group Flaw (at the top of 2017). Amidst her busy touring schedule as a direct-support act, Whitney Peyton also headlined numerous shows nationwide as well as played main stage on multiple festival dates .

Despite her many hard-earned accolades W.P. still considers herself an “Underdog” in many ways. Having achieved so much independently, with an image not easily associated with hip-hop, it’s easy to tell that her fans appreciate her home-grown attitude and “Team Underdog” movement. After releasing 3 independent albums and several promotional EP’s Whitney Peyton is currently working on a new project she plans to release this Fall 2017 to accompany her tour with Twiztid and Moonshine Bandits.