MTV debuts Minnesota music scene documentary
|Sean Anonymous at Studiiyo 23 in Uptown|
In just over five minutes, "Minneapolis: A Place So Cold the Music Has to Be Hot" runs down a wealth of local acts -- many of whom are associated with the hip-hop scene -- that are both established and coming up. Sure, Doomtree and Har Mar Superstar are known outside of our community, but the crew spent just as much time with the Chalice, Sean Anonymous, Greg Grease, and others to tell the story of what's going on here right now.
Also providing some narration and information in the clip are 89.3 the Current's David Campbell, who sorta gets called a local music hoarder, and the guys from Icehouse. A lot of performance footage from there, including a Marijuana Deathsquads set, gets mixed into the quick-cutting clip.
Tune in to find out how Minneapolis is exactly like Narnia...
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