Freez has a burner “Survival”, with a video by LAAB.
The Best Magazine ….from Minneapolis ever GreenRoom Magazine welcomes Jeff Weiss ’ Shots Fired for a live podcast with special guest. Friday Sept. 12th at CO Exhibitions. greenroommagazine
Why Khaliq ft Minnesota lyricist Metasota on “City Of Thirst”. Metasota snaps!
Bobby Raps with a banger, “10 Days”. audioperm
Afrisota with ZULUZULUU
8 p.m. • Cedar Cultural Center • $10-$15
Another reminder of the great diversity offered elsewhere in public radio, KFAI-FM’s “African Rhythms” show is putting on its own overdue mini-fest — Afrisota: Sounds & Culture of Africa in Minnesota — to spotlight local talent. Genre-mixing rapper Greg Grease headlines with his new electro-dub-hop act Zuluzuluu. Also performing: Fela Kuti-inspired Afrobeat groovers Black Brass, Siama Matuzungidi from the band Marimba Africa, the Titambe West African Drum & Dance Ensemble, Somali spoken word artist Nimo Farah,Timba Kay from Zambia and Mpambara from Uganda.- Vita.MN - C.R.
Maria Isa performing music from her new record Valley Of The Dolls at The Dakota Late Night Sept. 12th.
Minneapolis MC’s Muja Messiah, Metasota, Freez & Greg Grease join producer Tek on his new…Like I Never Left
The other song who’s concept really struck me was the "Negro League" song with Muja Messiah, Metasota, Freez, and Greg Grease.
That was going to be a Flood Watch joint, when we were working on that project, which we’re probably still going to finish. That song spearheaded a whole project, we’re gonna do a whole project with me, Greg Grease, Muja Messiah, Freez from Ill 3, and Meta. We’re gonna do a whole project and it’s just gonna be so monster. It’s gonna shut a lot of shit down. I really enjoyed making that song. We were all in the studio at the same time just vibing. We fed off each other’s energy, and me and Greg got a chance to go back through the track and do certain cuts and breakdowns on the beat that catered to how we were rapping. It was a beat that didn’t really even want to use at first, but sometimes those type of beats sound better once you have a concept and some lyrics over it. That was one of those beats where if I was just to hear it playing I’d be like, “Ok, go to the next one,” but for some reason we just made everything come together. - gimmenoiseblog citypages