Friday, June 3, 2011

Medicine for Mommy by Kil Ripkin

Hip Hop is a culture that was created by and for the people, and when it comes to exhibiting that love and passion for the art, nobody displays it like Kil Ripkin the Genereal, AKA Rip The Godian. Hailing from the Coney Island section of Brooklyn N.Y., Kil set out early on his journey to make an impact in Hip Hop. He began his career as a solo artist, quietly establishing himself as a force to be reckoned with; earning the respect of his peers and industry heads alike. Currently, Kil is preparing to release The Quickening, Vols. 1 & 2 and his highly anticipated LP, titled The Balancing Act, along with a few other surprises featuring production by Khrysis, Charles Herron, Eric G, Krutty Ranks, Mikal Evans, Wally Suede, Phase Logic, Tony Roche (The Exceptionalist), and Raticus. Kil Ripkin has a sound and lyrics that are best described as soulful, truthful, spiritual and rebellious. After one listen, you will surely remember what Hip Hop truly sounds like

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