Get ready for Metz 'N' Trix

Kadie-Ann meets Metz 'N' Trix
Kadie-Ann meets Metz 'N' Trix

Story: Kadie-Ann

Metz ’N’ Trix, the famous Bhangra group, performed at the Fir Vale and Abbeyfield Park Festivals, where they drew great crowds and big expectations.

After going wild to Metz ’N’ Trix at the Fir Vale Festival I got a chance to interview them. They loved the festivals and the crowds, saying:

“Well the two festivals was sick, but this one had to be the best, because the crowd was better and very rowdy, which was great.”

They look up to many people who inspire them and have made something of their lives. They said:

“We look up to Eminem, 50 Cent and then there’s classics like James Brown and Michael Jackson. Our message is all about going forward and achieving something in life.”

I asked them what made them decide to create Metz ’N’ Trix:

“Well it just happened naturally, one day we were just messing around and the next day we were in a music studio making music.”

Talking about the future, they told me they want to continue making music and touring the world.

“We’d like to collaborate with people from different genres, like Amy Winehouse. If we added a little Bhangra, that track would be buzzin.”

Finally, they told me to look out for their new singer AJ, “He’s fresh on the scene and appearing on our new album ‘Get Ready Get Set 2’ so watch out for it.”

Their new album will be out late 2007, early 2008.

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