Following Probcause for a few years now, before the Drifers LP and even prior the Waves era. From the local feature stage at North Coast with a few hand fulls of fans, watching him grow as an artist from there has been an inspiring journey to see. Having connected with so many different artists his fan base has grown tremendously; Lollapalooza confirms his reputation with an official 2017 recap video appropriately featuring Chicago Style.
Only 360 days 'til Lollapalooza 2018!Song 1: "Chicago Style" by ProbCause featuring TwistaSong 2: "Lucky Charms" by MDMC
Posted by Lollapalooza on Sunday, August 6, 2017
His unique flow, conscious hip hop lyrics and tireless energy drove fans to the stage by the hundreds then the thousands until finally he is standing in front of a packed venue at Red Rocks Ampitheater in Colorado. His hard work with a handful of talented artists cements his image into the minds of diverse audiences. Working with the likes of Griz, Gramatik, Exmag, Break Science, Raekwon & Gibbz. On the local spectrum he has Chance the Rapper, Manic Focus Hologram Kizzie, Twista, Cofresi, Palmer Squares, Drew Mantia & More holdin him down. Puttin on Chicago while it reciprocates.
All this artist collaboration brings new perspective and creative influence keeping his music diverse and his fans hopelessly addicted; Giving him the ability to bounce between genres like funk, jazz, bass and hip hop. This is evident in his playlist and in his latest collaborations.
While touring and doing his thing Probcause got to add a couple more artists to his list of collaborations. Performing with the Floozies and Cherub in between states the idea of a collaboration turned reality with Arithmetic. The Electro Funk band holds a style that we already know Colin gets down to time and time again as you know with his Big Gigantic remix and collab with Manic Focus. More recently feautured in Canadian Hip Hop artist Def3’s recent LP produced by Late Night Radio on the track Sing; Furthering his reach to a broader audience and simultaneously observing his growing reputation among more popular artists.