Too Many Records presents... TRIIIBE - III AM What III AM

I discovered TRIIIBE when I was supposed to go to Homecoming Cincinnati, the music festival curated and headlined by The National. TRIIIBE was on the list, and I hadn’t heard them, so I went to listen… and I was blown away.

A fusion of hip hop and neo soul in the best way, I was floored that this group wasn’t bigger than they are. When I saw their debut album, III AM What III AM wasn’t on vinyl, I knew what I had to do.

FFO: jazzy laid back vibes of Noname, edge and playfulness of Flatbush Zombies, a little A Tribe Called Quest -- while being its own thing entirely.

TMR-11 will be a double splatter single disk, matching the cover perfectly, mastered for vinyl, and an essential in your collection.

Let's make another record!!

Matt

I discovered TRIIIBE when I was supposed to go to Homecoming Cincinnati, the music festival curated and headlined by The National. TRIIIBE was on the list, and I hadn’t heard them, so I went to listen… and I was blown away.

A fusion of hip hop and neo soul in the best way, I was floored that this group wasn’t bigger than they are. When I saw their debut album, III AM What III AM wasn’t on vinyl, I knew what I had to do.

FFO: jazzy laid back vibes of Noname, edge and playfulness of Flatbush Zombies, a little A Tribe Called Quest -- while being its own thing entirely.

TMR-11 will be a double splatter single disk, matching the cover perfectly, mastered for vinyl, and an essential in your collection.

Let's make another record!!

Matt

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III AM What III AM

TRIIIBE
Crowdfunding
Finished
138/100
$ 31.99
12” Special vinyl (33 rpm)
~$ 9.90 Shipping to United States
119 backers
1 repress requests
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Producer living in Lincoln, Nebraska