Welcoming New Artists
We would like to give a warm welcome to the new members joining the Metropolis Family! Check out their profiles on our website! You won’t regret it! They are truly something special and we are very happy to have them.
anees | Singer | Songwriter | Rapper | Music
His music is a fusion of freestyle melodies, sublime rhyme-scheming, and conscious lyricism. He is often compared to Mac Miller, Russ, Chance the Rapper, and Tai Verdes. anees writes songs with fine-grained intention. His lyrics provoke introspection and elicit good vibes. He believes passionately that music is meant to help others heal and speak to the soul.
Angelique | Singer | Songwriter | Music
Angelique comes to the scene as a talented, innovative, unique entertainer that merges passion, tenacity, beauty, and integrity into one artist. Due to God being the master of her world and the force behind her voice, she has had countless successes in the music game.
Odd?Rod | Storyteller | Spoken Word
Voted APCA’s Spokenword Artist of the Year 2014, 2016, & 2018, Storyteller Odd?Rod proved that his message is more important than his words by leaving audiences across the country inspired to push beyond their adversities.
Razzvio | Electric Violinist | Musician | DJ
Singer/violinist Razz is a songwriter, classically trained musician, and also a DJ. She performs with her custom 7-string electric Viper Violin which allows her to sing and play at the same time and encompasses the range of a violin, viola, and cello. Through mastery of modern digital technology including live looping, DJing, and processing, she blends powerhouse vocals with her unique violin designed to build songs with the sophistication of a string quartet.
The Gram Comedy Show | Interactive Comedy
An Instagram-based comedy game show where we decide which comedian has the best Instagram game.
Nate Botsford | Performer | Musician
Popular Portland-based artist Nate Botsford’s country-rock hybrid style is a lifetime in the making. Nate began playing piano when he was only five, but the Taylor acoustic guitar given to him by his dad at age 14 became the instrument that has accompanied him everywhere and helped to lay the foundation for his musical career. That career has seen up to 300 shows a year for the last five years: from coffeehouses to mainstages, Nate has pleased audiences with his feel-good tunes and relatable lyrics. Nate has shared the stage with the likes of Old Dominion, Brett Young, Lee Brice, Chris Janson, LoCash, Lonestar, and many others and calls upon his influences of Johnny Cash, Bob Dylan, Van Morrison, and his big-band pianist grandfather while crafting his music.