Tag Archives: So Cold Records

Drelli’s “Moving Away” Party

Location: XXXXXXXXXXXX, St. Paul
When: Saturday, August 19th @ 10PM

The guys from So Cold Records are preparing to make the move out to L.A., so it’s only right that they go out in style. Kendrick Lamarr will headline the XCEL Energy Center early in the evening, but the lineup for this after party should keep things going well into the night. The event will feature performances from So Cold Records, Lexii Alijai, J. Plaza, GainesFM, KAS, and Radio Ahlee among others. This event is 18+ and the door is only $5, click the link below to RSVP and they’ll e-mail you the address the day before the event.

Drelli “Going Away” Party RSVP

Finding Novyon “That’s My Dawg”

The homie Finding Novyon took to Twitter last week to release his debut album, That’s My Dawg. The budding Minneapolis artist has continued to be a fixture within the Twin Cities hip hop scene, 1 part of the newly formed So Cold Records, he looks to ride the momentum into 2018. From someone who has seen Novyon work from a relatively unknown artist, into one that is leading his peers; That’s My Dawg feels like the culmination of all that hard work. Everything learned along the way, all of the progress and preparation seems locked into this body of work, a testament to just how far the kid has come. Tracks like “Kiss The Sky” and “Get Involved” further illustrate his aforementioned work ethic, while records like the Allan Kingdom assisted “Tall Hills” take the listener for a carefree journey. The few features on the album are deliberate and well placed, another sign that That’s My Dawg is a cut above your average release. Although there is no doubting that Finding Novyon has a lot more room for growth and a lot more hard work ahead, That’s My Dawg stands out among his projects as defined, something that signals his upward trajectory. Peep That’s My Dawg above and make sure to stay tuned for more from Finding Novyon.

Allan Kingdom – Relax Ft. Drelli

So Cold Records has emerged as the most buzzing label/collective of hip hop artists among the youth in the Twin Cities. Front man Allan Kingdom recently announced the North American leg of his Lines tour, he’ll be joined by fellow So Cold artists, Finding Novyon and Drelli, among others. Over the last couple of months the trio has released more than a handful of tracks in various forms of collaboration with each other, “Relax” being one of their most recent. The Topper Atwood produced track thumps along and Allan’s masterful vocals provide a hook that instantly captures the listener. Allan and Drelli appear to be forming a Penny/Shaq, Stockton/Malone like duo, if these are just loose records we can’t wait to see what else So Cold has up their sleeves. Check out “Relax” above and keep an eye out for more information regarding Allan Kingdom’s Lines tour.

Buckfest 2017

Location: 917 Cedar Avenue, Minneapolis
When: Saturday, June 10th @ 6PM

Buckfest is back! This year the festivities will go down at The Cabooze with deM atlaS and Psymun set to headline the event. The lineup features a lengthy list of artists from across the Twin Cities including Digital Friends, Micro Penis, Early Eyes, CRAM, and Lux + Longely among others. The guys from So Cold Records are sponsoring the event, so who knows who else will take the stage throughout the night. This show is 18+ and tickets are currently available for $20, click the link below to buy yours now.

Buckfest 2017 Tickets

Allan Kingdom – The Fusion Ft. Denzel Curry


Allan Kingdom’s debut album, Lines, released earlier this year to wide spread acclaim. The young, St. Paul based artist has grown into one of the state’s most impressive musical exports. One of the standout songs on the album featured his long time collaborator, Denzel Curry. Dubbed “The Fusion,” the visual sees AK as a mad scientist of sorts confined to a lab full of beakers. Allan’s features felt very deliberate on Lines, Denzel Curry puts forth a great verse capping off a song that should definitely see some radio time. Check out the video for “The Fusion” above and keep an eye out for more from Allan Kingdom.

Finding Novyon – Never Too High Ft. P.O.S

Finding Novyon re-emerged last week with the lead single off of his upcoming album, That’s My Dawg. Titled “Never Too High,” the Girard Hennepin produced record comes in smooth at the beginning but drops hard at the :35 second mark. Novyon attacks the record with vengeance giving fans insight into his remarkable journey. Known for his high energy records, Novy channels that same energy into this introspective banger. P.O.S bridges the transitions with a barrage of heavy bars, his latest album Chill, Dummy is quite possibly his best, and he has continued to feature on tracks with a variety of artists. Finding Novyon sounds locked in, “Never Too High” is a track that sets him apart from his peers, check it out above and be on the look out for That’s My Dawg.

Drelli – Oasis

About a week after the release of his track “Feel Like,” Drelli is back with yet another solid record. Titled “Oasis,” the song is short and sweet, so much so that it leaves the listener wanting more. DannyTV and Drelli seem like their 100% locked in, we imagine that “Oasis” barely scratches the surface of their vault. At this point one can only imagine that Drelli is preparing to surprise us with a project, until then you can check out “Oasis” above.

Drelli – Chiquita (Video)


South side MC, Drelli took to Twitter yesterday to release the video for his track “Chiquita.” Directed by Gabe Hostetler, the video captures the record’s playful sound taking on a tennis like theme. Teased for months, the video is a breath of fresh air in a hip hop world filled with similar aesthetics. A banger from the jump, check out the video for “Chiquita” above and be on the look our for more from Drelli.

Drelli – Jucy Lucy

Minneapolis’ own Drelli has been releasing new music at a steady rate as of late adding to those releases with “Jucy Lucy.” The south side artist is known for his oft-tropical and colorful sound, ironic being from Minnesota. “Jucy Lucy” follows suit with it’s vibrant quality that begs for the playful, carefree days of summer, another solid track from a kid who continues to impress. Check out “Jucy Lucy” above and be on the look out for more from Drelli.