Tuned Up: Meet Einer Bankz, The Ukulele Player Linking with All Your Favorite Rappers | Mass Appeal



“It’s not like a lucky thing. I think my hustle, moving city to city. Every situation has a story behind it.”

Einer Bankz isn’t just any ukulele player. The Bay Area native has become a staple on the contemporary rap scene, strumming away at his ukulele in a string of viral videos on Instagram, consistently providing some of the most unique freestyle soundtracks in recent memory. There’s a video of Lil Gnar chopping flying fruits while Einer strums away behind him. He went crazy with IDK’s “Free Smoke” remix in a venue corridor. Out in a grassy yard with Chance The Rapper. No matter where he goes, there’s an opportunity for creation.

“Everybody wants to be a rapper, everybody wants to be a producer. But with me it’s like… What the fuck. What is that?”

It all started with a post by none other than Snoop Dogg. The rest is history. Watch the new Mass Appeal Collections documentary, Tuned Up: The Einer Bankz Documentary.

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20 thoughts on “Tuned Up: Meet Einer Bankz, The Ukulele Player Linking with All Your Favorite Rappers | Mass Appeal

  1. I love what he is doing and him, sounds like a genuine dude. Though it sounds like his playing doesn't match the rapping sometimes. But with Chance, that was legendary

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