|Got It Wrong (feat. Mac Lethal)||Good Villain|| |
|Dying Star||Deadication|| |
|americanDREAM||Unfamiliar Ceilings|| |
|Kamala Khan (feat. Sandro Cedroe)||The Disappointment EP|| |
|Reunion||Good Villain|| |
|R2D2||The Disappointment EP|| |
|I Didn't Mean To||Deadication|| |
|Too Late to Sell Souls||2010 Label Sampler|| |
Christopher M. Keller, better known by his stage name Kristoff Krane, is an alternative hip hop artist from Minneapolis, Minnesota. In addition to releasing a number of his own works, he has served as an emcee/vocalist for Abzorbr, Face Candy, Saturday Morning Soundtrack, Puppy Dogs and Ice Cream, and F to I to X. He has also authored a 200-page collection of poems/essays/thought exercises called "The Other," and has taught as a creative writing and musical instructor at numerous schools in the Twin Cities area.
Face Candy was an improvisational Jazz Rap group from Minnesota formed by rapper Eyedea. The group released one album This Is Where We Were in 2006. The lineup consisted of Eyedea, Kristoff Krane, J.T. Bates and Casey O'Brien at the time of Eyedea's sudden death in 2010. The future of the group is uncertain but as of 2011 it had been confirmed the second album Waste Age Teenland would be released posthumously. It was released May 24, 2011, seven months after Eyedea's death.
Sean Michael Daley, better known by his stage name Slug, is an American rapper from Minneapolis, Minnesota. Slug is best known as one half of the hip hop group Atmosphere, which he founded with Derek Turner. Turner has since left and Anthony Davis produces Atmosphere with Slug. In 1995, Slug, in collaboration with Anthony Davis, Musab Saad, and Brent Sayers founded the Minneapolis-based independent hip hop record label Rhymesayers Entertainment.