The Knux
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Hip hop used to be feeling, not form—A boom-bap rush that could, and would, be interpreted and articulated differently by it’s various creators. It was this loose constitution, open to infinite amendments that bred the broad crop of creative, innovative rap in late ‘80s and early ‘90s. However, things changed. When the financial stakes are high, that which makes dollars makes sense, and consequently a more polished and rigid vision of hip hop emerged in the mid-‘90s, and it catapulted the genre to new heights.

Hip hop continued to progress into the new millennium and brought even newer formulas that bridge the gap between all musical genres, reaching wider audiences and combining styles in order to grow, adapt, stay alive and thrive. Consider The Knux, and their genius, genre-bending debut; Remind Me In 3 Days…, the sledge hammer that’s going to save the music.

“It’s funny,” says Al Millio, the younger Knux brother (yes, they’re blood kin separated by 2 years), ... Read full biography
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