Wes Period Unveils New Video For “Wutda Hell”; West Coast Tour Dates Announced

January 24, 2018 BY Nettwerk

West coast artist and producer Wes Period has garnered critical acclaim for his videos and he now unveils his latest single and video for “Wutda Hell.” The video premeired on Paper Magazine.com, who said, “Wes Period’s colorful ‘Wutda Hell’ video is a vibe and a half.”


“The fast rising rap-pop star hybrid,” according to Billboard has garnered attention for his catchy songs and vivid imagery, which ultimately caught the attention of Justin Tranter (Justin Bieber, Selena Gomez, Imagine Dragons, Halsey), who quickly signed Period to Tranter’s record label, Facet Records. This track is a prelude to his forthcoming debut project, due February 17.

Period’s prior releases include the catchy “Trap Star,” dubbed a “masterpiece of internet art” by High Snobiety and “Big Bag,” which went on to become the theme song for “Ball in the Family,” the reality seried based around the life of LA Laker’s point guard, Lonzo Ball.

Beginning February 8, Period will join Bay Area rapper Marty Grimes on tour across the west coast. (dates below)

February 8                  Bend, Ore.                   Domino Room
February 9                  Portland, Ore.              Hawthorne Theatre
February 10                Vancouver, BC           Fortune Sound Club
February 11                Seatlle, Wash.             The Vera Project
February 12                Eugene, Ore.               WOW Hall
February 15                Sacramento, Calif.       Holy Diver
February 16                Santa Cruz, Calif.        The Catalyst Atrium
February 17                Bakersfield, Calif.        Bryders
February 18                Fresno, Calif.               Strummer’s
February 20                Los Angeles, Calif.      The Roxy Theatre
February 22                Santa Ana, Calif.         Constellation Room
February 23                Mesa, Ariz.                  Club Red
February 24                Tucson, Ariz.              The Rock
February 25                Camarillo, Calif.            Rock City
March 2                       Berkeley, Calif.            The UC Theatre