With their new album being hailed as a breath of fresh air, Birmingham’s K.L.U.B. Monsta is being touted as one of the most promising rap groups currently. After a brief hiatus, K.L.U.B. Monsta has resurfaced with a new album When Gawd Ready.
Satchmo In The Trapspot is a ode to the sounds of Jazz and poverty that were created in the Tuxedo Junction, in the 1920s and 30s the Tuxedo Junction was a social hub for Birmingham’s black community. A place where juke joints and dance halls billowed out eclectic sounds of Jazz music. Satchmo In The Trapspot is produced by SWAT Team Productions and features Additional live horns by Kevin Carter.
Knowledge Learned Under Birmingham. The acronym embodies the hip hop trio made up of J. Dotta, Joshua, and Kel Ricks. The three close friends initially turned heads with their Wally Sparks hosted project Canvas. Properly defining and pushing southern rap forward with a concocted blend of sharp lyricism and hypnotic production, the mixtape stood as a testament to the sounds and philosophies of the Birmingham natives. Now the three MCs are back in true form, enhancing the voyage with their debut album, When Gawd Ready, as well as a batch of visuals, an illustrative art gallery, and enough bars to have you studying and rewinding each and every track. Grab some headphones or some oversized speakers and stick around for the world of K.L.U.B. Monsta.