Yuni Wa returns to Arkansas and the South on Main stage on Tuesday, July 9. Join them for a multi-media experience as Yuni Wa shares music and videos he’s crafted to create a truly unique musical experience. Show begins at 8 pm with a $5 cover. Call ahead to reserve a table at (501) 244-9660.
Yuni Wa has been nominated by the Arkansas times for best Electronic artist/DJ and was named one of the top 10 Arkansan visionaries for the year of 2017 by the Arkansas Times. He was also nominated for best Electronic Artist/DJ in the Black Apple Awards and nominated again for Best Producer by The Black and Gifted Blog in 2017. Excited to release his new album “Dawn Of The Black Wings” which is a follow up to his “Dead Idols” project there is much anticipation surrounding it. He has explained it to be an abstract Electronic soundscape texturized strong emotions, returning to his roots of truly focusing on making music to uplift the people, sonically detailing hardships and overcoming them. Leading a new wave of musical freedom and creativity.
Born on April 27th 1997, Yuni Wa is a multi-genre producer and Live Mixer from Little Rock, Arkansas. Yuni Wa is short for “Yunibasaru” which means universal a name he gave himself for being able to make so many different types of music. Painting vivid pictures with his abstract and as he calls it “yuniversal sounds” ranging from Hip Hop, Trap, Electronic, House, Pop, Rock, Future Bass and Drum And Bass he puts an emphasis on releasing diverse quality music. Being surrounded by music his whole life he started making music at the age of 13 and now at the age of 19, he has a craft that people continue to praise and support due to its overall feeling that it gives off. He has already made big accomplishments, two of them being his acclaimed songs “All About You’ that has over 300,000 views on Youtube, and “So 1989” with 400,000. Everything he has accomplished thus far has been accomplished independently without backing from a label or management company. He has released 24 albums and 4 Singles between 2014 and 2016.