Location: 10 5th St S, Minneapolis When: Thursday, February 8th // 6PM-10PM
After a stint in Colorado, Kihndyn Peters is back in Minnesota and plans to hit the ground running. The release show for his album Kihndyn & The Brain is right around the corner and the lineup is pretty solid. The show will feature performances from Kihndyn Peters, Student 1, Will Robinson, Lewiee Blaze, Demon Marcus, and special guests Exxe. This event is 18+ and tickets are currently available for only $7 in advance ($10 @ door), click the link below to cop yours now.
Location: 755 Prior Avenue N, St. Paul When: Saturday, January 27th @ 9PM
Can Can Wonderland has established itself as a legit place to check out local music of all varieties. This Saturday, they will host a hip hop showcase, aptly dubbed “Local Dope Sh*t.” The event features a healthy lineup of local mainstays and up & comers including Will Robinson, Kihndyn Peters, Axel Foley, and JaySoCreative to name a few. For those looking for a little more, there will also be a burlesque show on the main stage. This show is 21+ and the door is only $2, click the link below for more information.
Location: 205 E Hennepin Avenue, Minneapolis When: Wednesday, October 5th @ 9PM
With the Zombie Pub Crawl right around the corner, things are beginning to heat up for the Twin Cities’ live music circuit. This Wednesday, Kashy (ND) and Kihndyn Peters (Create) will be performing at Honey, the event features a solid lineup of up and coming artists including Andre Mariette, Dis-Play, Gabriella Douglas and more. This one is 21+ and the door is only $6, click the link below for more info.
A couple of months ago the kid Kihndyn Peters dropped a new projected titled The Como Chronicles. The project spans 20 tracks and features a plethora of prominent local artists including JayLap, Eli The Prophet, Gabriella Jacobs, ATR, and Big Zach to name a few. Kihndyn Peters shows off a knack for introspective writing with “No Money” & “Hands,” but quickly loosens up with records like “Como” and “Kings.” The Como Chronicles plays through very well, the tracks maintain their own identity but also coalesce, a rarity for projects with this many tracks. Slick rhymes and punchlines all around, Kihndyn is one of those few pure MCs. After a recent bout of bad luck that included a break in, Peter’s will soon take his talents to another state, tonight will be his very last performance on a Minnesota stage for quite some time. Eli The Prophet is set to headline the show, it will also be his last performances in Minnesota before he leaves to travel the world. A bittersweet occasion, head down to 7th Street tonight for what should be a good time and make sure to check out The Como Chronicles below.