Doomtree Side Project Of Crushers Is As A "Liaison Group"Text
EXCLUSIVE: the Sims and producer Lazerbeak explain the group's of organic evolution and share "Crusher" EP.
Minneapolis, MINNESOTA – Minneapolis Hip Hop collective Doomtree — P. O. S, Sims, Lazerbeak, Paper Tiger, Dessa, Mike Mictlan, and Cecil Otter — down his last crew album, All Hands, in 2015. Since then, each member has been more focused on their individual projects. Now, Sims, P. O. S., and producers Paper Tiger and Lazerbeak has announced a new group — Crushers.
"Doomtree decided to take a couple of years ago among the crew of albums for all of us, to reorient and pursue our own ambitions," Sims says HipHopDX. "I think Shredder fits nicely into that gap. The collaboration is a natural for us and is vital in making things feel new. Apart from our solo stuff, all four of us have at least one or two different projects going right now, to make this project was a refreshing break from all of it."
Formed in the late summer of 2016, Grinders is now armed with a new three-track, self-titled EP. The four-piece is using the project to explore different creative avenues and with more artistically free music, you will probably require a lot of humor.
"The main function of these sessions was just to make firecrackers and get bars off," Sims says. "I think we came up with some cool and fun songs. Basically, they are the living embodiment of our group of link text."
"That free time [of Doomtree] led to Sims', More Than Ever, the last album of November, the P. O. S' Chill, the dummy in January and the Role of Tiger In Other Words, in April," Lazerbeak says. "I worked closely with the guys in the three albums as executive producer, and decided to work in collaboration with some of the new bangers while we were all in the creative zone."
Although technically the group could fall under the Doomtree umbrella, soon realized that he was taking into his own life the more they worked on the material, and established his musical direction.
"It is definitely part of the family, but when I think of 'Doomtree the band,' I really believe that of a