Redlight King may be the songwriting task of Tag Kasprzyk, an Ontario indigenous whose music combines rock with hip-hop samples. Kasprzyk, or “Kaz” for brief, began documenting music being a 16 year-old, modeling his audio after an array of affects that included Bruce Springsteen, A Tribe Known as Search, and Nas. He also applied judo, eventually attaining admittance into Canada’s Olympic schooling center to prepared himself for the 2000 Video games. He didn’t make the group, though, and came back his concentrate to music, leading to an record that gained him a JUNO Greatest New Musician nomination in his indigenous Canada. After fighting drug abuse, he washed up and relocated to LA in 2008, where he started writing the tracks that could comprise his U.S. debut, Something for the Discomfort. The record’s centerpiece was “Aged Man,” a tune that sampled Neil Youthful’s 1972 traditional (the first test make use of granted by Youthful), and established it for an intense hip-hop defeat. For his follow-up, Kaz took Redlight King’s audio within a different path, scaling back again the examples and hip-hop impact and only a far more traditional strategy on 2013’s Irons in the Fireplace.