A hip-hop, trap rap & punk cocktail (shaken not stirred). Eff Is H & Greg Scott are the evolution of what they thought was dead in today's music. Classic Boom Bap has a 'new look', electricity has a 'new shape' & everyone would agree KFG live shows never disappoint. The Northwest is known for the great outdoors, here's that breath of fresh air... Breath in. The latest album "2.K.F.G." (2018) is being described as one of the best Seattle releases in many years. All aboard the ThrillRide!

Like its the 2018 Source Awards, I can hear them saying right now,

"The North has something to say!" 

The sound equivalent of a molotov cocktail. Expect KFG to set fire to stereotypes, and melt genres into smoldering mounds of wood and metal, once called a stage. 

The verdict is in... Kung Foo Grip takes the crown for live shows. They've blessed the stage at premiere NorthWest venues, such as Key Arena, Upstream Festival, DOPE Cup, The Paramount, Capitol Hill Block Party, The Moore Theatre, Showbox Market & Sodo, Neumos, The Crocodile, Q Nightclub and nameless more. Summer 2016, amidst nationwide tension between Police and Minorities, KFG's Greg Scott delivered a memorable show on top a COP CAR outside in front of the 'Vermillion' on Capitol Hill. The performance was mentioned in the Seattle Weekly's recap of the infamous Capitol Hill Block Party. 

KFG opened for: Macklemore Gemini Tour, Talib Kweli, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, Flatbush Zombies, Raekwon & Ghostface Killah, Run The Jewels, Shabazz Palaces, GZA, Slick Rick, The Coup , Souls Of Mischief, Das Racist and More...