Mr. Ripley and Mobb The God are two solo artists from different parts of the world that came together to make up The Rip Mobb. Their new EP titled Spit Spreads Death features a guest appearance by Mars Hall as well as production by Burn Herm, Wolfgang Mercury, Rice Master Yen, Lee Maygrz and Litman. Mr. Ripley is a dope Emcee who takes pride in perfecting his craft which is every element of the culture. He started writing rhymes at the age of 10 when he heard Rakim in 1986. 2 years later his mom brought him 2 turntables and a mixer. That's when hip hop became his main priority in life. As years went on, he spent all his time in money in studios between NY and NJ. Then in 1991 he linked up with a few friends and family and started the super group the madness. In 1995 they released a tape and 12-inch lp. That had underground radio and club play. But due to contract issues the group split. Mr. Ripley never gave up on hip hop. He kept creating in 2000 he moved his family from NJ to North Carolina and he built his own studio and started releasing music online. Since then it's been nonstop work. From him engineering his own music, producing, shooting videos, promoting. He has become a dyi type of artist. Mobb The God is an Underground Hip-Hop Artiste from the western part of Africa the Motherland,Ghana. He was born in the 90's and became subjected to the Golden Age of Hip-Hop. He loved Hip-hop and was inspired by many Underground artists to become a Lyricist and an Emcee. He wrote his first rhyme at the age of 14 and recorded his first song in 2016 which was praised by many of his underground peers. Mobb dropped his first Ep called The New Breed the year after and in 2019 he released an album titled Black Art which is full of Dark metaphors and hardcore rhymes which got him notoriety worldwide. He is now working on his Third Project which is called God's Wrath touching on different topics about the life in the motherland. Look out for the single “A Disgrace” as well as the single and video “It Ain’t Safe” featuring Mars Hall on the Taot recordings imprint.
The Rip Mobb - It Ain't Safe