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SPVCE IS A COLLECTIVE OF SEVEN UP AND COMING TO ESTABLISHED ARTISTS AND CREATIVES, ALL WITH THE INTENTION OF MAKING HEAVY ATMOSPHERIC TRAP MUSIC WHILE EXPANDING A FREE-SPIRITED MANTRA WHEN IT COMES TO CREATING ART.
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Destiny Roberts has a different lens on things. For the St. Paul rapper, this year has been an incredibly productive experience. Part of that experiences comes from Roberts’ Zen perspective, something she showcases alongside fellow 3ME representative Nsikak on their collaborative “Free Your Mind.”
Dropping the goddamn day after Donald Trump stunned the liberal echo chamber with his decisive, morally perilous victory in the presidential election, few could bring themselves to really care about the quantified merits of local musicians. In a time when women, people of color, immigrants, and LGBTQ citizens are suddenly under siege from the country’s highest office, it felt a little gauche to celebrate anything, much less the nominal poll results of the local weekly magazine.
The whole election thing will take a long time before it’s settled, but let’s take a moment of respite from the outrage and sadness and congratulate the hardworking musicians whose accomplishments were lost in the political tide last week. Before the next issue hits stands on Wednesday, take a second to tip your hats to ZULUZULUU, Tony Peachka, Fraea, Color TV, Ness Nite, Finding Novyon, Dizzy Fae, Royal Brat, Holidae, and Lunch Duchess.
You all make the world a little less horrifying.
Destiny Roberts -- “Free Your Mind” (feat. Nsikak)
Much internet vitriol has been hurled at 2016’s way, but Destiny Roberts has a different lens on things. For the St. Paul rapper, this year has been an incredibly productive experience. Part of that experiences comes from Roberts’ Zen perspective, something she showcases alongside fellow 3ME representative Nsikak on their collaborative “Free Your Mind.”
Over a blithe ukulele beat produced by Roberts herself, the two expound the merits of keeping a positive outlook. With footage compiled by Brian Few Jr. following the duo from New Year’s Eve to this moment in time, you see how, despite all the garbage-flinging over the past 11 months, there have been great strides on a personal level.
RÅDĮØ ÅHŁËË, aka Alan Taverna. Minnesota artist born and raised. hip hop dance and rap artist out to kick some static.
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