Tucson hip-hop trio Unrehearsed Music Group is now a quintet after including two ladies to the lineup.
Phoenix space rappers Tiffany Padilla and Daniela Iniguez-Dejadez joined Daniel Grijalva, Eduardo Zuniga and Luis Vasquez late final summer time in what began out as a one-time collaboration and advanced right into a full-fledged partnership.
“They convey a complete completely different vibe, a complete completely different sound that we are able to get into,” Grijalva mentioned, including that with Iniguez-Dejadez aka De Jadez, who sings along with rapping, Unrehearsed Music Group can now characteristic vocals on their tracks — one thing the seven-year-old ensemble has not been in a position to do on their earlier recordings.
“With these two additions, it’s making our complete picture change to the form of music we are able to make now,” he mentioned.
“We convey … a distinct sound and perspective to only movement us all collectively to make it excellent,” mentioned Padilla, who has been rapping in Phoenix golf equipment and open mics for 20 years beneath the stage title Devilz Playground. “It’s unimaginable, all of us collectively. I feel it’s simply all of our completely different kinds, all of our completely different flows, all of our completely different existence and all the pieces we have been by means of, all of it comes collectively within the music.”
Padilla and Iniguez-Dejadez met the Tucson trio final summer time in Phoenix when Unrehearsed Music Group appeared on Padilla’s hip-hop podcast Da CookHouze. When Padilla informed the three that she cherished their music, they invited her and Iniguez-Dejadez to be a part of their collaboration album “Unrehearsed Music Group Presents CLB Collaborations Vol. 1,” which options visitor appearances by eight different Arizona rappers together with Tucson’s King Kosmic and Hurrikane Dizzy Dizz.