3:2 House by Método // Mexico City, Mexico
After a long hiatus, Playboi Carti has re-emerged over the last month with 3 bangers. His latest, “Magnolia,” is a track that first blew up as a snippet over a year ago, fans rejoiced when the full length record showed up on his Soundcloud page a couple of weeks ago. A purveyor of swag, Carti is in rare form on “Magnolia,” the tailor made instrumental will surely have parties jumpin’ this summer. Not sure when the tape is going to drop, but Carti’s definitely been teasing the masses via Twitter. Peep “Magnolia” below and keep an eye out for more from Playboi Carti.
Location: 2916 Lyndale Avenue S, Minneapolis
When: Saturday, April 29th @ 9:30PM
Tek will bring his live band to the Uptown VFW tomorrow, the event will also feature a solid lineup. Maria Isa, Crunchy Kids, Blvck Madonna, and a few special guests will hit the stage, while Big Wiz handles the hosting duties. The Uptown VFW is a solid venue with a lot of space, you should definitely mark your calendars for this show. The event is 21+ and the door is only $10, click the link below for more information.
Location: 701 1st Avenue N, Minneapolis
When: Thursday, April 27th @ 9PM
Dwynell Roland came into 2017 as one of Minneapolis’ hottest up and coming MCs, long slept on, he’s finally getting some well deserved recognition. Just off of tour supporting P.O.S, Roland will headline the 7th Street Entry tonight. Powered by Go95, the event will also include performances from RP Hooks, co-Rotation members Devon Reason & Travis Gorman, Juice Lord, and DJ Fundo; a solid lineup for the price of $8. This one is 18+, click the link below to buy your tickets now before they sell out.
Location: 917 Cedar Avenue S, Minneapolis
When: Thursday, April 27th @ 8:30PM
MMG’s own Stalley and the Broad Street Bully, Beanie Sigel, will be live at The Cabooze tonight. It’s been quite some time since we’ve seen Beans in the Twin Cities, so you can expect a healthy amount of hip hop heads in the building. The event will also feature opener GainesFM, as well as GO95’s DJ D-Mil. The door for this one is 18+ and tickets are still available for $20, click the link below to buy yours now.
The 16th annual Tribeca Film Festival is once again underway in New York City. Entries in this year’s festival include films from 28 countries, which are being shown from April 19th to April 30th. The festival has already seen a fair share of controversy this year. Photographers and reporters were incensed to find some lesser known actors walking on the red carpet wearing masks of James Franco, Shia LaBeouf, and Greta Gerwig instead of the actors themselves for the premiere of the film Flames. In addition, a commercial for United Airlines, which was originally scheduled to appear at the festival, was pulled from the line up after the controversy surrounding Dr. David Dao being violently dragged off one of their flights. Despite a fair share of controversy, which has always been typical of the Hollywood scene, there have been some impressive displays at this year’s festivities. Continue reading
If you don’t know about Greg Grease, we don’t know where the fuck you’ve been over the last few years. A member of the critically acclaimed group, Zuluzuluu, Greg Grease continues to push the boundaries of his sound. With his latest offering he’s back to his roots with a track dubbed “Migraine.” A collaborative effort, Psymun, Greg Grease, and Trelly Mo all contributed to the production. That formula turned into a beautiful beat for Greg Grease to bring us closer to his thoughts. An artist that has never taken a step back, Greg Grease demonstrates exactly why he is one of the most highly regarded creatives in the Twin Cities. We’re very excited to see what’s next from Grease, peep “Migraine” above and stay tuned for more.
Minneapolis artist, Drelli, has started the year off strong. The southside MC has released a plethora of bangers via his Soundcloud page, tracks like “Chiquita” and “Jucy Lucy” continue to see heavy rotation. His latest record, “Feel Like” sounds club ready from the jump. Produced by Danny TV & Hubrex, their lush collaboration provides the perfect canvas for Drelli to show off just how versatile he’s become. A perfect song for the upcoming summer months, check out “Feel Like” above and make sure to be on the look out for more from Drelli.
The homie GainesFM recently opened for the Migos when they stopped by MYTH. The budding Twin Cities artist is scoring opening slots for some of the hottest artists out, as well as some truly legendary MCs. Peep the recap video from the Migos show above and keep an eye out for more from GainesFM.
Hours: Monday: Closed
Tuesday – Thursday: 4pm-10pm
Location: Located in the Historic NE Bank Building.
1300 2nd Street NE, Minneapolis, MN 55413
One of the better breweries in MPLS is Dangerous Man. Once you walk in you will notice the place is full of life, and full of good beer. Dangerous Man offers a variety of beers, which are all reasonably priced from $3-5. The slightly modern place, with its towering columns, provides a rather aesthetically pleasing place to drink as well. The guys at DMB encourage anyone to bring in their own food, claiming to be a BYOF establishment (since they do not offer food). Most importantly, the guys at DMB will only sell their beer at their establishment – so there is literally no other way to find these brews unless you step foot into the micro-brewery. As long as it is not a Monday, make your way down to Dangerous Man Brewing Company for some tasty brews for an affordable price.