Locksmith Live….Yesterday I met rapper/mc Locksmith(real name is Davood Asgari) at Drom in NY.
His show was dope. His rap was very articulated and straight forward. Very good communication with the audience from and off stage. Everybody loved his messages and shouts. He’s a people’s man. We chatted after the show and got familiar to each other. Exchanged Farsi words. Discussed the possibility of recording a SoSaLa song. Exchanging CDs.
I love his rap style. Great technique and executed smoothly. His messages are very social-political or personal. Respect and love for this young man. He performs and lives a “HIP HOP” life I can relate to.
Tonight rapper/mc Locksmith(real name is Davood Asgari) of African-American and Iranian (Persian) descent from Richmond, California, is performing at Drom in NY. He is half of the underground duo The Frontline.
If my sciatic nerve allows, I try to meet him before the performance. Discuss with him the possibility to record a SoSaLa song with him.
I’ve been a fan of Locksmith for a while. I love his rapping and attitude. In general, his message is very social-political and make sense. He is the voice of minorities in this country.
DooBeeDooBeeDoo NY‘s Dawoud Kringle reviews Time Is Fire(Washington DC) new EP. Fronted by our brother Iranian-born Sufi poetKamyar Arsani, who’s been a member of SoSaLa since 2014, is backed by players steeped in punk, dance and experimental music.
The new 3-song EP Stories Untold was recorded in one afternoon at Inner Ear recording Studio by Eamonn Aiken, and released byElectric Cowbell Records.