Connect your Spotify account to your Last. Connect to Spotify. A new version of Last. Also referring to himself as The 1 Man Gang, Tommy Wright III is known for his fast paced rap style, distinguishing voice, brutal lyrics, and his instantly recognizable original backbeats.
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Tommy Wright III is wearing white and eating barbecue. Wright is now 42 and white hairs are creeping into his thin beard, but for gangster rap fans of a certain stripe, his legend is more potent than ever. Among the many young Memphis rappers of the s, Wright cut an especially gifted, ambitious and prolific figure. Both are deaf, yet have always been musical — or, more specifically, rhythmic. The mid-to late s was a period of musical transition in Memphis.
The lo-fi, tape fueled murder rap scene that birthed him is experiencing a minor renaissance right now, having predicted the curious work of internet age rap eccentrics like Main Attrakionz and SpaceGhostPurrp. Wright's name rarely comes up in conversations about those artists. His Wikipedia entry was even deleted for failing to meet the site's "notability guidelines. So it's not really clear why he's playing a Mad Decent party next Monday or who the performance is targeting. Is there some sort of secret cabal of Philly based hipster revivalists who gangsta walk ironically?
May 10, Music Concert Preview. Sign up for our newsletters Subscribe. Courtesy of Artist. Polite but excruciatingly thorough Canadian music interviewer Nardwuar likes to bring his subjects gifts inspired by obscure details of their lives. During his September interview with Miami MC Denzel Curry , the rapper got so flummoxed by the hyperspecific questions that he asked if Nardwuar was with the feds—but when Nardwuar handed him a cassette copy of Genesis , a greatest-hits compilation by Memphis rapper Tommy Wright III, his reaction was pure excitement. He became known for his southern twang, his swinging double-time raps, and his ability to transform raw, lo-fi sounds into loose but smoldering grooves that felt like they could go on forever. Throughout the formative years of this style in the 90s, Memphis rappers and producers relied heavily on cassettes sold through car-stereo shops, which helped the subgenre grow and helped its creators pay rent and beef up their home-recording setups.