“You Say Millionaire Like It’s a Good Thing” is a track on Guante’s most recent album A Love Song, A Death Rattle, A Battle Cry. This album features deM atlaS, Chastity Brown, Kristoff Krane, Big Cats, and others. Guante just keeps putting out solid music, and this 22 tracks includes some brand new songs, exclusive remixes and live spoken word-recordings.
From The Press Release:
SIFU HOTMAN is a hip hop collaboration between MCs Guante & Dem Atlas and producer Rube. Featuring funky, up-tempo beats perfect for the b-boys and b-girls paired with razor-sharp lyrics from two of the most singular voices in Twin Cities hip hop, this three-song suite will be released on vinyl and digital download on August 13, 2013.
Hip-Hop against Homophobia
Saturday, February 23rd at 7:30pm
$10 tickets at the door
Curated by Guante
See More Perspective
DJ Saul Goode
Poet Aimee Renaud
and more TBA!
Patricks Cabaret – 3010 Minnehaha Ave S
Common Labor “Tales of The Troubadours” CD Release Party – The Debut Album from Analyrical & Phingaz
Common Labor, Guante, Mike The Martyr, Kuley – hosted by Mally.
Saturday, February 9th.
Doors 930 – Music at 10pm – 5$ FOR 21+ – 7$ FOR 18+
Hell’s Kitchen – 80 South 9th St. – Minneapolis MN 55402
Featuring: The 9/16s (Jeremy Ylvisaker, Janey Winterbauer, James Everest, Trent Norton, Matt Darling and Richard Medek), Adam Levy, Al Church & State, Blue Sky Blackout with Janey Winterbauer, BNLX+ with guest Jim McGuinn, Dylan Hicks, The Farewell Circuit, Haley Bonar, James Diers, Jim Ruiz Set, Kevin Bowe & The Okemah Prophets, Martin Devaney, Rob Skoro & Anonymous Choir, Rogue Valley, RuDe GiRL, Tambuca, Van Stee, plus spoken word by Guante and special guest DJs.
All proceeds from the night will be donated to Free Arts Minnesota in memory of Daniel Levy – artist, musician, Clash fan.
First Avenue Mainroom
$5 | $10
“Free Arts programs seek to interrupt the cycle of violence. Through painting, drawing, music, writing, drama and other creative outlets, the program serves as a catalyst to help children communicate and express themselves in new – and positive – ways.”
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