Watch: Hi-Tone Tattoos the Whole Staff at Empire [Video]


By Jack Barnes

How many artists fly to their music distribution company to personally tattoo their whole team? Probably not many but Hi-Tone is not like the rest. Recently, the Covina California native decided to make a trip to Empire Music Group in San Fransisco to spend the afternoon tattooing his team and bringing them into his world and another side of his talents. Enjoy this video stream below after the jump.

West Coast Mexican-American Hip Hop artist on the rise Hi-Tone is having a stellar end to 2017 being recognized as Billboard Latin’s Artist On The Rise, his first (sold out) LA show at the Roxy last week and debut Album Price of Admission dropping in just a few weeks on December 15th.

Check out the video below of Hi-Tone popping up on his Empire team as he designs and tattoos six people all in a day’s work as an appreciation for all they do for him.

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