In Flipsyde’s never-ending quest to be more than just music, Piper, who is also an Actor and Screenwriter, paid his own way through a Bay Area police academy in
2010. Seven months later he had graduated at the top and found himself giving the commencement speech. Shortly thereafter, Piper penned a one-man-play entitled Cops & Robbers in which he plays twelve different characters. Piper describes Cops and Robbers as, “A revolutionary look at the relationship between Law Enforcement, the Media and the Black community.”
"It’s time to bring back individuality to this music—while I'm proud of the South's success, I don't think it always reflects many of the true elements of Southern living."
The NOLA emcee formed close bonds with fellow emcees and established the underground hip-hop and mixtape crew Eupham. Through original elements of hip-hop culture – social awareness, fellowship, cunning lyrical style, and flow friendly production – Eupham represents the principle that hip-hop is more than music, it’s art.
Purveyors of the Conscious Sound (P.C.S.) at The Hideout
Local Omaha rap crew P.C.S. (check out http://www.reverbnation.com/purveyorslive to learn more) perform their final song but cut it short as the next act is ready to roll. Be sure to subscribe to this channel for more features, interviews, and new heat!
Rising rap star Mad Dukez (check out http://MadDukez.Bandcamp.com/ to hear his music and learn more about him) asks Omaha, Nebraska if they want to go "Another Round." Be sure to follow him on Twitter @MadDukez and subscribe to this channel for more features.
After 10 years, 3 albums, 4 EPs, 7 videos, a 2005 MuchFact top video nod, a 2008 MMVA video award nomination (Best Rap Video), critical acclaim in The Source, NOW Magazine, Okay Player (amongst others) and proven #1 singles on the college radio circuit, Tru-Paz have established themselves as credible veterans in Canadian Hip Hop.
Currently on tour with E-40, the Portland bred and currently San Francisco based DubbleOO releases the video for “Dope,” taken from his recent released Beastmode2 mixtape, which features Too Short, Big Krit, The Jacka , Messy Marv & more and is available for free download at http://spacedouthiphop.com/ .
The video for “Dope” was shot in the deserts of Las Vegas with full stunt team on set, injuries incurred on set included a broken tail bone and spinal injuries; DubbleOO was not injured during the two day shoot because he flies too high.