Saturday the 2nd of December 2006 / kl 20:00 / GRATIS entre
CunninLynguists (us)
Tonedeff (us)
K-Liir & Formanden (årh)

hiphop lige i dit fjæs...

CunninLynguists tredje album "A Piece Of Strange" havde release januar - 2006 og gæstes blandt andet af Tonedeff, Immortal Technique og Cee-Lo fra Gnarls Barkley. Gruppen består af producer & Dj Kno (Georgia) og Rapperen Deacon The Villain (Kentucky), med sig på turnéen har de det uofficielle medlem Natti som er med på store dele af det seneste album.

Ellers sagt med andre ord

"..CunninLynguists, the multifaceted duo from the Dirty South, aim to make music that reminds listeners why they started to enjoy hip-hop in the first place. Backed with gritty beats, quality rhymes and low ends that jump out the trunk like Rae Carruth, the 'Lynguists intend on recapturing the soul in southern hip-hop. With what Spin Magazine calls "Outkast's tragicomic poignancy", Deacon The Villain and Kno follow in the footsteps of artists like Goodie Mob, Witchdocter, Ya'll So Stupid, Geto Boys and the aforementioned 'Kast, as well as recent southern indie artists such as Little Brother, in painting a picture meant to remind the world that politics, death, racism, relationships, religion and struggle are just as relevant to life below the Mason-Dixon as anywhere else."


"...Tonedeff is a multifaceted emcee/producer/singer/songwriter. Performing in and around New York City's esteemed underground scene, Tone gained notoriety as one of the most promising emcees to emerge in years. Furious polysyllabic delivery paired with incredibly intricate lyricism, and an ear for catchy songwriting and production have set him apart from his peers. After winning the notorious Braggin Rites and 'Da Cypha' MC Battles in 2000, Tonedeff did a brief stint with Yosumi Records which saw the release of his enchanced EP, Hyphen, appearances on "Game Over 2" [2001] and Domingo's "Para Mi Gente"