Comprised of five initial artists, each pulling their own weight to accomplish this mission, they are taking humble approach in offering music for free. Confident in their gifts and abilities and understanding they are no better than the next man, they hope to profess, relate and share their view on life and the existence we live in and to do it well. Each artist has had their respective past nurturing and perfecting their craft from across the United States (Arizona, Ohio, Portland and Los Angeles). Operating with a homebase in Portland, OR, their sound will reflect all that each member brings to the table. By handling all aspects (music creation, writing, recording, beat-making, artwork, promotions and post-production) they want the final piece that the listener holds to be the best it can be, all presented in a "beastly" manner.
The goal is to be beastly in delivery and humble in approach. When a listener comes to a Humble beast show, they see it as an opportunity to engage them past the performance. When they step off the stage, they plan to embrace the opportunity to meet people, connect, and develop relationships. Down the road when somebody says to them "I like this song! Who is it?" they want them to be able to say in all honesty "A good friend".
Humble beast artists have collaborated or shared the stage with the likes of: Anticon, KRS-One, Brother Ali, Mars Ill, Aceyalone, Boot Camp Click, Grayskul, Visionaries, and more.