Prhym8

Prhym8, Like most mammals, came out of his mothers vagina at the ripe age of ZERO. As he progressed thru life he found himself increasingly surrounded by normal people than what he thought was neccessary. Soon enough, he focused his energies into music, most specifically verbal assassination of cyphers. He has travelled many parts of this planet, most often places he never remembers. He has picked up many followers along the way, and lost some leaders aswell. His belief is to be what you speak, and we're all primates.

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His most recent project "Awefully Nice" is nearly entirely produced by producer PSYMUN, originally from Hudson, WI. Psymun and Prhym8 met thru a mutual friend at the Univeristy of Wisconsin, River Falls.. where he studied and received his degree in Spanish and International Studies with a minor in Glass Blowing. The project is a jazzy rendition of midwest truth, often playing the role of being TOO nice. It features stories of theivery, personal history, that tilts your cocky third eye. It features: EMCEE SICK of Pseudo Slang on The Gist, Timmotrees (Tim Germain) OTTO (Jesse Otto), Brandon Allday (Big Quarters), Ezrah Ounce (Phantom Balance), Connect, Miss Jade singing, and even has an entirely freestyled track with a live trombone by Ben Allen. It is the first fully pressed compilation by him, however he has made three other compilations in the past: Pay to Differ, and Mem, and an entire instrumental compilation known as Fundstramentals. Prhym8 incepted Resinous Recordings in 2007, and has been pushing it since, recording and working with anyone available. Currently resides in North Minneapolis, and will have been on three different tours in the year of 2011, spanning most of the United States, specifically the Midwest. A live performance you will not forget, incorporating live MPC work, a Chaos Pad, Turntables, Harmonica Beatbox or any other dance you want the monkey to do.

More Shows

Feb
3
rd
Livestream

CARM record release ( Livestream )

Mar
5
th
Fine Line
canceled

L'Impératrice

Mar
27
th
Fine Line
canceled

The Dip

with Wyatt Waddell
Apr
25
th
First Avenue

Trevor Hall