As Rhymesayers was transitioning from a local crew of Twin Cities hip hop artists, known for explosive and engaging live shows at coffee shops, clubs, and carousals around town, into a full-fledged independent label, some of the most active individuals in the crew decided to form a supergroup together. Enter The Dynospectrum.
The Dynospectrum’s formula was largely centered around the four MCs; Slug (of Atmosphere), I Self Devine (of The Micranots), Beyond (better known now as Musab), and Mr. Gene Poole (of Phull Surkle). Each of them had already made a notable impression on the Twin Cities scene individually, so collectively, they were a true force to be reckoned with. Another essential element of The Dynospectrum was its production, handled by Ant (of Atmosphere), who was digging deep into his exploration of painting vivid sonic tapestries with dark, moody strokes. He created a collection of minimalistic and mysterious beats – a perfectly wintry backdrop for these sharp and coldly calculated MC’s.
The Dynospectrum was a landmark release in the Rhymesayers catalog, regarded to this day as a cult classic in underground hip hop.
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