Phraynkh P
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Phraynkh P

Houston, Texas, United States | Established. Jan 01, 2011 | SELF

Houston, Texas, United States | SELF
Established on Jan, 2011
Band Hip Hop Grunge



The best kept secret in music


"Austin Mic Exchange Showcasing next generation hip-hop every Tuesday"

Last night’s bill saw more than 25 acts sign up upon arrival, with some coming in crews and others rolling solo. P-Tek hosted, DJ Mr Burnz manned the decks, and regulars like Khilla Keys, Syx Synse, and the Underdogz got the showcase started. Others milled about waiting their turn. Those in the audience who stayed inside shouted along and threw their hands up in support.
It had me thinking that the future of Austin hip-hop might be in good hands. This particular corner of our city’s music scene has never been anything you could consider close to prodigious, but it exists, and it’s important to those involved with it. And any rapper in Austin – from the relatively successful ones like Bavu Blakes and the League of Extraordinary G’z all the way down to certifiable newbies like Trillion and Rull, two rappers who impressed me last night – can tell you about the importance of community.
Hip-hop in this city won’t blow up in a minute the way Houston’s scene did last decade, but it might start to see more people come out to its shows if the level of talent continues to rise. Last night, I saw the next wave of talent just beginning to get its feet wet, and it was solid. Serious.
The artists looked devoted. They sounded honest and fresh, like they craved the stage and wanted to get back up. One day soon, I hope, we as fans will pay to see these MCs rap. - Austin Chronicle

"Austin Mic Exchange Grows Up Weekly series looks to expand in Austin and beyond"

On Sunday, the two threw a Block Party to celebrate Martin Luther King Day that found former AMX Freestyle Battle winner Feral the Earthworm opening for the League of Extraordinary G’z.
Tonight, they pair with MSG Crew ringleader Clemits and DJ Charlie to help put on the North Door’s monthly Good Life series, set to feature AMX vets Modal – a jazz/hip-hop quartet fronted by Pojo the Idealist – Coala Domus and KB the Boo Bonic alongside regularly gigging acts like Crew54, Magna Carda, and Dubb Sicks.
“It’s a tier system,” says Protextor. “Open Mic proper is for everybody. With the Good Life events, I take a few artists from AMX I really like, or people who are showing talent. This Block Party we did Sunday is tier three: The performers are pretty exclusive, but we still use the brand to make it a community party.”
Meanwhile, the crew’s Tuesdays keep building on AMX’s nearly two-year existence. Protextor reports that the signup sheet fills up every week, with regulars like Scuare, Phraynkh P, and Celebrate the Villain starting to attract attention around town. - Austin Chronicle


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