The Flavr Blue Brings Their Defiant Flavor To Identity L.A. Review+Photos: The Flavr Blue @ Identity L.A. 2018
LOS ANGELES, CA- Seattle based West Coast collaborative trio, The Flavr Blue, delivered a range of pop, R&B, and hip hop in their set. Members Hollis, Parker, and Lace deliver a progressive sound of an unordinary mix of genres, defiant lyrics, and boundary pushing inspiration. Due to the collaborative nature of the trio, their individual inspirations come from a range of artists which shine through in their music. With the ability to express a wide range of styles from slow jams and hard rap, the group kept listeners thrilled all throughout their set.
Coming from a Asian Pacific American background, lead singer Hollis Wong-Wear dedicated one of the groups songs, “Pretty Girl (Feat. YMTK) RnBass” to all the ladies of color at the concert.
Hollis is no stranger to the stage as she showed no signs of nerves whatsoever. As she mingled and danced across the stage, the audience seemed captivated by her versatile style and energy. The Flavr Blue even jazzed things up with a dance sequence with featured artist YMTK during the song. The trio showed a dynamic set with a combination of guitar and piano instrumentals, as well as a surprise rap performance of “Fetti and Spaghetti”. The group is known for their natural flair and profound expression which added a unique flavor to this year’s Identity LA.