From Sway’s Universe: In the first clip, Brother Ali and Prof stopped by Sway in the Morning’s station at the 2014 Soundset Festival. First, Sway decided to cross check the rappers’ knowledge of their home town of Minnesota. Then Ali spoke about cultural appropriation and accepting that as a white person that he is a [cont.]
Check out the premiere of P.O.S’ brand new video “Get Down” feat. Mike Mictlan. Today also marks the release of P.O.S’ 4th album, We Don’t Even Live Here, which is available now.
P.O.S. camp has released the above video, and the following statement: P.O.S has to cancel his entire fall tour (with the exception of the First Avenue show on 10/26) and he has to postpone future tour plans due to his emergent need to have a kidney transplant. All tour ticket refunds will be available at [cont.]
Minnesota Public Radio serves up the official full-length album stream for P.O.S. new Rhymesayers LP, We Don’t Even Live Here, dropping October 22nd. You can pre-order the album in various packages via RSE’s Fifth Element shop.
“Get Down” off of P.O.S’ upcoming album We Don’t Even Live Here out October, 22nd.
Minneapolis rapper and Doomtree kingpin, P.O.S has announced a fall tour in support of his upcoming release, We Don’t Even Live Here, coming October 22nd on premier indie-rap label, Rhymesayers Entertainment. Starting the journey in his hometown of Minneapolis, MN October 26 and concluding in Dallas, TX November 18, P.O.S will be bringing recording efforts [cont.]
Check the first video from P.O.S’ upcoming album We Don’t Even Live Here, out 10/23 on Rhymesayers. “Fuck Your Stuff” is the anti-sponsorship video, the message is pretty clear here. Directors: Isaac Gale and David Jensen.
Late last month, Dark Time Sunshine released their sophomore album, ANX. Since then, as Dark Time Sunshine continue their three month, 42-city tour alongside Aesop Rock, acclaim continues to roll in for the album, both from fans, which have viewed DTS’ recent video for “Never Cry Wolf” nearly 30,000 times in the past two weeks, [cont.]
Minneapolis-bred rapper, producer, hardcore musician, punk philosopher and co-founder of the hip hop collective Doomtree, P.O.S. is gearing up to release his upcoming full length We Don’t Even Live Here on Rhymesayers October 23rd. The LP, which comes three years after his well received LP, Never Better, finds the rapper with one foot still firmly [cont.]
A new video from the super talented DESSA from DOOMTREE. From the album A Badly Broken Code available now on Doomtree Records. Directed by Maria Juranic. Directory of Photography: Geoff George. Video Produced by Scott Ferril. Buy the album: HERE – ITUNES – AMAZON – BANDCAMP. Follow Dessa online via TWITTER – MYSPACE
Watch the full concert at baeblemusic.com Earlier this summer Minneapolis born rapper P.O.S. hit up the Flushing Meadows Skate Park in Queens, NY to perform some of his hits off of Never Better. Doomtree Tour Dates: 11/4 – Colorado Springs, CO – Black Sheep 11/5 – Denver, CO – Marquis Theare 11/6 – Salt Lake [cont.]
Aesop Rock just gave us the heads up on a new track from Dark Time Sunshine, whom you might know from their “BelieveYouMe” free EP last year. This comes from the group’s new LP, Vessel, dropping April 20th. And yes, Aes is rhyming…. Dark Time Sunshine + P.O.S. + PeeGee 13 + DJ Zone + [cont.]
Rhymesayers Entertainment is throwing together this year’s Soundset festival Sunday May 30th at Canterbury Park in Minneapolis, MN. Huge lineup this year is headlined by Atmosphere, Redman & Method Man, Brother Ali, Hieroglyphics, Del Tha Funky Homosapien, Souls Of Mischief, Casual, Pep Love, P.O.S., Freeway & Jake One, Murs, Cage, Eyedea & Abilities, Wiz Khalifa, [cont.]
If you’re from the Midwest, it’s not enough to have talent. Your work won’t get seen, your work won’t get heard. Not unless you’re willing to out-work, out-hustle and just make music so good it can’t be denied. Not to say that everything coming out of the Heartland is A+, but once it makes it past [cont.]
The Rhymesayers Entertainment camp pretty much got off the ground thanks to Atmosphere, of course with contributions from lesser-known local acts such as Musab and Eyedea & Abilities; the latter both receiving mixed reviews from their respective audiences. However, in the last couple of years, we’ve watched RSE step up their roster by signing [cont.]
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