Based in New York City, Nuf Said has been bringing its unique musical recipe on tour to audiences around the world. Starting out in 2011 as a bunch of freelance musicians/friends coming from Romania, Austria and NYC, who wrote music and jammed together Nuf Said has since been featured on concerts, festivals, TV, and radio stations throughout the U.S.A, Europe, Canada, China, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore.
They released their second album “Rise” under Ropeadope Records in 2016, featuring the song “Sister” nominated for the American Songwriting Awards 2016.
“The music of Nuf Said is neither jazz nor funk nor soul nor rock. It's all of it and more. This New York-based quintet taps into each of those styles and mixes them all together to create a groove-heavy, stirring brand of music that's all its own.
[……]There may be a rhythm-centered aesthetic here, but you can't pin down the deliciously omnidirectional approach of Nuf Said. There's is a sound that abounds with many musical flavors and scents.” — Album “Rise”
Dan Bilawsky, All About Jazz
Kuf Knotz is one of todays fastest emerging alternative artists. No musical territory goes unexplored when it comes to Kuf, and it is this attitude that has led him to open for some of todays biggest acts.
The new album by Philadelphia- and Brooklyn-based artist Kuf Knotz — pushes the boundaries of hip-hop.
“My music’s always had a pretty broad spectrum as far as influences go,” he says. “It feels really natural to blend genres. I’ve always just felt that music is music.”
Inspired to take his own indie-progressive style to the next level, Kuf began work on a collection of upbeat, feel-good music. “I felt like it was important and it was needed in hip-hop,” Kuf says. Armed with his songs, he headed for Amsterdam. The change of scenery allowed him to focus on A Positive Light — his first album in more than three years.