Seven Heads first came into being in the apartment of Wes Jackson in Charlottesville, VA. on the campus of The University of Virginia in the spring of 1995. At that point a group of friends, all interested in the music business and in love with Hip-Hop, got together and decided to “do something” as a collective unit before they all graduated. The people at that meeting were: Wes Jackson, Gabriel Benn, Douglas Bass, Rahmon Branch, Michael Abbott, Chris Greene & Diallo Sessoms. Seven People or Seven Heads, which was the name given to the group at its second meeting when they decided to throw an open mic on campus. Seven Heads grew into Seven Heads Entertainment, which includes Brooklyn-based label Seven Heads Recordings.