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About The Knux

New Orleans natives the Knux are two sibling rappers that play instruments (keys, horns, guitar, bass and drums) and produce their own music. Al Millio (the younger brother) and Krispy grew up playing in jazz, marching and concert bands. They initially weren't close, but after spending more time with each other, they began making songs under the name Knuckleheads. In 2005, they were displaced by Hurricane Katrina; they relocated to Houston and eventually settled in Los Angeles. Upon linking up with Eminem's manager, Paul Rosenberg, they signed to Interscope and recorded their debut, Remind Me in 3 Days.

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Listen toThe Knuxon Rhapsody

New Orleans natives the Knux are two sibling rappers that play instruments (keys, horns, guitar, bass and drums) and produce their own music. Al Millio (the younger brother) and Krispy grew up playing in jazz, marching and concert bands. They initially weren't close, but after spending more time with each other, they began making songs under the name Knuckleheads. In 2005, they were displaced by Hurricane Katrina; they relocated to Houston and eventually settled in Los Angeles. Upon linking up with Eminem's manager, Paul Rosenberg, they signed to Interscope and recorded their debut, Remind Me in 3 Days.

About The Knux

New Orleans natives the Knux are two sibling rappers that play instruments (keys, horns, guitar, bass and drums) and produce their own music. Al Millio (the younger brother) and Krispy grew up playing in jazz, marching and concert bands. They initially weren't close, but after spending more time with each other, they began making songs under the name Knuckleheads. In 2005, they were displaced by Hurricane Katrina; they relocated to Houston and eventually settled in Los Angeles. Upon linking up with Eminem's manager, Paul Rosenberg, they signed to Interscope and recorded their debut, Remind Me in 3 Days.

About The Knux

New Orleans natives the Knux are two sibling rappers that play instruments (keys, horns, guitar, bass and drums) and produce their own music. Al Millio (the younger brother) and Krispy grew up playing in jazz, marching and concert bands. They initially weren't close, but after spending more time with each other, they began making songs under the name Knuckleheads. In 2005, they were displaced by Hurricane Katrina; they relocated to Houston and eventually settled in Los Angeles. Upon linking up with Eminem's manager, Paul Rosenberg, they signed to Interscope and recorded their debut, Remind Me in 3 Days.