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Some of the best synergy often results from collaborations where the parties involved wouldn’t necessarily seem to be a natural fit. These sort of situations are often where the most progressive art or ideation is born; different influences flying against the grain, colliding to forge new create paths resulting in something truly special. Thus is the case with the recent signing of one of the most respected names in alternative hip hop, Sadistik, to Equal Vision Records; a label with a well-earned reputation as luminaries in the world of punk and hardcore.
Trizz, born Arthur “Tre” Lea III, is a self-released rapper based out Los Angeles/Inland Empire, California. The young rapper became an avid music aficionado at an early age, first picking up a microphone at the tender age of nine. Growing up in the suburbs of the Inland Empire, Hip-Hop became a way for Trizz and his neighborhood friends to escape boredom and the simplicities of living life on the outskirts. As his writing skills developed, Trizz perfected his lyrical skill and began producing his own beats and mixtapes under the moniker “Young Trizz”.
Rafael Vigilantics slips back and forth between the sounds of anthemic guitars, driving synths, and silence– like a wild dog who never knew there were lines between the things he loved. It’s the kind of music that makes you remember. Big lyrics and stripped down beats. Sometimes reminiscent of old punk and other times carrying the weight and signs of early hiphop, Vigilantics’ vocals seem to cut through at any cost to tell you the story of how they got here.