Originally from Northern and Southern California, Radical Something has successfully debuted 3 self-released CDs that have spread rapidly throughout the US. The independent trio first gained attention in the Summer of 2011 through their song "Be Easy." Since then, the band's debut EP "No Sweat"
reached #6 on the iTunes overall album chart in February 2012.
That Summer they released 12 consecutive free singles as a part of their "Summer Of Rad" collection, which generated over 500,000 song downloads and millions of streams. In September 2013, their follow-up album, "Ride It Out," debuted at #3 on the iTunes Alternative chart and #9 on Billboard's Heatseeker chart, led by the
anthemic single, "We Were Just Kids."
Since March 2012, the group has headlined three national tours, selling out shows on the East and West coasts. They have also supported shows for Capital Cities, Slightly Stoopid, SOJA, Gramatik, Krewella, Sammy Adams, 311, and Timeflies.
Radical Something has spurred a dedicated following across the country in just under 3 years, as their unique brand of hip hop, reggae, and soul continues to