Dec
4
th
2015
Target Center
Friday
Dec
4
th
2015
Target Center

RHYMESAYERS 20

with Atmosphere, Brother Ali, Aesop Rock and more!

Show Starts

5PM

Ages

ALL AGES

On sale: Friday, October 16 at 10:00am CT

Arena seats and the entire general admission floor are only $20.00 (plus venue facility fees, ticketing fees and taxes) to celebrate twenty years of Rhymesayers.

Limited VIP packages available (with all the goodies) for $100.00 (plus venue facility fees, ticketing fees and taxes). VIP includes: premium VIP seating, exclusive Rhymesayers 20 Shirt, VIP bag, Rhymesayers 20 Sticker, limited edition VIP laminate with lanyard, exclusive VIP entrance and special VIP only bars. VIP packages are available online only.

(6) Ticket limit per customer (4 ticket limit for VIP).

VIP tickets must match full name on actual order and purchaser must check in day of show for actual tickets with matching ID. If the order name does not match ticket order, it will not be honored no matter what anyone tells you.

Special Guests


Atmosphere

The world is a vastly different place than it was just a few years ago, and Atmosphere’s seventh album, Mi Vida Local, reflects the ways in which the world, and Atmosphere’s...

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Brother Ali

Over the past 17 years, Brother Ali has earned wide critical acclaim for his deeply personal, socially conscious, and inspiring brand of hip-hop. Under Rhymesayers Entertainment, he’s unleashed a series...

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Aesop Rock

Aesop Rock has started skateboarding again. Nearly every day, he hits up the skate park, working to get his skills back up. Skating and drawing (which he’s been doing more...

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P.O.S

Doomtree co-founder, punk philosopher and lyrical bomb-thrower Stefon Alexander, aka P.O.S, makes tight, declamatory music that builds on the Minneapolis-bred rapper and producer’s penchant for grinding beats and radical lyrics....

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Prof

No artist has emerged from Minnesota this decade and walked their own private catwalk quite like Prof. After spending the early part of the 2010’s having amassed a strong loyal...

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Dilated Peoples

They have released four acclaimed albums, toured extensively and enjoyed sustained success as solo artists. Now, after an eight-year hiatus, Dilated Peoples returns with Directors of Photography, the group’s remarkable debut album under...

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Evidence

Evidence released Weather Or Not, his third full-length solo album on January 26, 2018 via Rhymesayers Entertainment. The project features the viral hit “Throw It All Away,” for which the Stephen...

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Blueprint

Blueprint (aka Printmatic), is an emcee/producer from the city of Columbus, OH who began his career with the release of a couple unassuming cassette tapes in 1999. The success of...

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Musab

Musab “Sab The Artist” Saad’s music career began as a hip hop artist named Beyond in his hometown Minneapolis, MN. A member of the Headshots crew he went on to co-found...

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BK-One

BK-One’s love of music has been a lifelong affair.  From an early age, he studied classical piano and jazz theory, taught himself to play the vibraphone, and began collecting records. ...

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Toki Wright

Raised in a Buddhist household, immersing himself in Black history, world culture, and community work, Toki Wright’s awareness of the diverse world we live in is translated through his content...

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DJ Abilities

Billy Freekin Dee. In the beginning… there were turntables on a hardwood floor. DJ’ing for the first six months was done on the ground with a case of beer. Eventually...

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Abstract Rude

After recording under the Beastie Boys Grand Royal imprint, Mass Men and Battle Axe, Abstract Rude joins the Rhymesayers Entertainment family with “Rejuvenation” formerly known as Dear Abbey. On his...

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Mr. Dibbs

Rumor has it that Mr. Dibbs once battled God…It’s said that he lost but came in a close second. This would probably explain the horns as well as why Mr....

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Felt

Since its inception, there has been much debate on how FELT came to be, but the end result is a playful banter between two seasoned MC’s coming together to have...

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Grieves

Benjamin Laub – better known as Grieves – is a Seattle-based hip-hop artist signed to Rhymesayers Entertainment. He emerged in 2007 with the independently released Irreversible, which led to touring...

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Micranots

Enter the Micranots…traveling at the speed of light and sound come two individuals on the long and winding path to assist in the restoration within the Hip Hop landscape. Emotions...

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DJ K-SALAAM

Production duo with Beatnick

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Grayskul

Don’t take Grayskul’s sometimes dark, mystical aesthetic the wrong way–MCs Onry Ozzborn and JFK aren’t trying to be Goth or ghoulish. “We never go into anything like ‘oohh, let’s be...

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Los Nativos

With a Mexican identity, and using music as the backdrop, Los Nativos brings a new element to Hip Hop. Los Nativos was established in 1996 in St. Paul, Minnesota and...

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deM atlaS

When Joshua Turner was a kid growing up in a dysfunctional home in Minneapolis there were two things that he’d turn to for comfort when his parents fought: the Fugees...

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FREEWAY & JAKE ONE

Freeway on Myspace   North Philly’s native son Freeway has seen a lot since the 2003 release of his certified Gold Roc-A-Fella debut Philadelphia Freeway. Greeted with equally heavy doses...

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Hail Mary Mallon

After years of performing live together and appearing on each other’s solo albums, critically acclaimed mc’s/producers Aesop Rock and Rob Sonic, along with DJ Big Wiz, come together as Hail...

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Soul Position

Ever since coming together as Soul Position in 2001, Columbus, OH natives Blueprint and RJD2 have had their hands full with more solo work and side projects than most MCs...

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I Self Devine

Chaka Mkali, also known as I Self Devine is a musician, MC, community organizer, racial justice trainer, graffiti artist, muralist, program coordinator and director of organizing and community building at...

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Battlecats

In 1989, Jason Noer began dancing to De La Soul, Big Daddy Kane, and KRS-ONE in San Francisco, CA. Four years later, he moved back to freezing St. Paul, MN...

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The Uncluded

In 2007, while on tour supporting his album None Shall Pass, indie rapper/ producer Aesop Rock wrote a fan email to folk singer/songwriter Kimya Dawson. A few years later they...

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Boom Bap Project

The Boom Bap Project stands for one thing…preservation of true hiphop music and culture. As the culture has progressed into a billion dollar industry, the Boom Bap Project has remained...

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