Rhymesayer’s artist, Toki Wright is a multifaceted artist who believes in honesty, equality, humor, and introspective thought. He wears several hats as a writer, performer, producer and activist. His music is rooted in Hip-Hop but blends elements from multiple genres of music that have influenced him throughout his life including; reggae/dancehall, electronic, Afrobeat, tribal, and folk.
Carnage can be seen on Atmosphere’s Welcome to Minnesota Tour with Brother Ali and can be heard on the brand new Atmosphere track, “It Ain’t the Prettiest” here:
Carnage “The Executioner” is widely recognized for his mind-numbing lyrical dexterity and uncanny ability to compose musical symphonies with his mouth through human beat boxing. Carnage is no stranger to hard work and paying dues. In an era where people hear artists and move on to the next one, Carnage is one of those artists who leaves a lasting impression upon those who see him live and hear his music. In addition to moving many hundreds of CD’s on the road with Atmosphere this Fall, word of his engaging live show and brand-new album is circulating quickly. Referring to Carnage ’s beat boxing abilities, a writer from Minneapolis Star Tribune said, “his mouth might be the best drummer in town.”
Kristoff Krane is a multi-genre recording artist and teacher from the Twin Cities, MN. Krane is known for his erratic, stream-of-consciousness approach to writing, freestyling and performing. He is most known for his involvement with Rhymesayers rap-jazz act, “Face Candy,” (founded by long-time friend and underground rap legend, Eyedea). Krane has been consistently releasing material and actively touring throughout the United States since 2007 (as well as internationally through-out Europe in 2010).