10 years 2007-2017 The Best of Krip-Hop Nation. Happy B. Day KHN

PNNscholar1 - Posted on 21 January 2017

Leroy Moore

Press Release


Krip-Hop Nation Tenth Anniversary CD Leroy F. Moore Jr.

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From Legendary D.M.C. of Run-D.M.C., "Krip-Hop is Hip-Hop!”


It’s 2017, Happy Birthday Krip-Hop Nation!  On our tenth anniversary, Krip-Hop Nation has grown and pushed itself by searching for more women with disabilities, like Kalyn Heffernan of Wheelchhair Sports Camp, Toni Hickman and Annjewelz, collaborating with DIP-HOP, Deaf Hip-Hop artists like Pinz-D and going deeper with our relationships with non-disabled Hip-Hop artists who have supported Krip-Hop from the beginning like C.R.I.$.I.$. from Zambia, Africa, Latino Hip-Hop Bay Area group, Brown Buffalo, Wonder Mike from Sugar Hill Gang and more. This CD has twenty-four songs some have been on Krip-Hop CDs but many are new members of Krip-Hop Nation or first time to be on a Krip-Hop project.  We also have the legendary D.M.C. from Run-D.M.C.!  And did a song with Wonder Mike of the Sugar Hill Gang.  As we all know Hip-Hop stripped down is poetry so this why we include Black Deaf  poet, Joy Elan.


I like to give thanks to DJ Quad of 5th Battalion in LA who co/produce this CD with me and all the artists who have stuck around and really supported Krip-Hop Nation and the original founders like Keith Jones, Rob Da’ Noize Temple, Binki Wio and Preechman. I hope Krip-Hop Nation live beyond me for the next generation. 


In 2007, Krip-Hop Nation was born with our Vol.1 Mixtape with Hip-Hop artists with disabilities all over the world. Since that day Krip-Hop Nation lived up to our tag line, 'Krip-Hop is more than music.' Krip-Hop Nation is an international network of Hip-Hop & other musicians with disabilities with a few chapters around the world what we call Mcees With Disabilities (MWD) in Germany, UK, Canada, & Africa. Krip-Hop is a community as well as style of music, an artistic space where people with disabilities can speak out and speak back to the social structures that exclude people based on disability, race, sexuality, and a host of other marginalized identities.


Why:  Krip-Hop Nation: Musicians with disabilities have always been here however there has been a lack of cultural activism especially in Hip-Hop with a disability justice to not only advocate but to continue to display the talents of musicians with disabilities & at the same time advocate & celebrate our history, intersectional cultures & to politically educate ourselves & our communities locally, nationally & internationally.


When: Leroy F. Moore Jr. first put a spotlight on disabled Hip-Hop artists in the early 2000s when he co-produced and co-hosted a three-part series on what he dubbed "Krip-Hop" for a Berkeley, California, radio station. The series appeared on KPFA's Pushing Limits program, which focuses on news, arts, and culture from the disabled community. The series was so well-received that Moore shortly thereafter founded the Krip-Hop Nation for disabled musicians.


Krip-Hop's Mission is to educate the music, media industries and general public about the talents, history, rights and marketability of Hip-Hop artists and other musicians with disabilities from Blues to Hip-Hop internationally. Our bi-line is Krip-Hop is More Than Music.


Krip-Hop Nation’s Main Objective is to spread awareness about the history, arts, the isms facing musicians with disabilities along with getting the musical talents of hip-hop artists with disabilities into the hands of media outlets, educators, and hip-hop, disabled and race scholars, youth, journalists and hip-hop conference coordinators. Krip-Hop Nation have put out CDs, held conferences and spoke on issues from police brutality against people with disabilities to ableism in Hip-Hop, media and in our communities.


COMPILED BY DJ Quad & Krip-Hop Nation              ENJOY! 



Artists & Their Songs


1) Intro Black Kripple                                                                                                                     

 Who Am I 


2)  Rinnessy

 Song: Talks About Krip-Hop Nation


3) DJ Quad

Song: Seeds Of Hip-Hop


4) D.M.C.

Song: Flames (Unnecessary Bullets)


5) C.R.I.$.I.$              

Song:  Good Foot


6) Annjewelz

Song: Good News


7) Preechman

Song: The Real


8) Georgetragic

Song: Industry Epidemic


9) Rob DA Noize Temple

Song: Tales of the Krip-Hop


10) Brown Buffalo 

  Song:  Accross The World  Music by Rob DA’ Noize Temple


11)  Wheelchair Sport Camp

Song:  Hard Out Here For A Gimp


12)  Toni Hickman

Song:  Cripple Pretty


13)  Ronnie Ronnie

Song: These Days


14) ft. BigFigg, Juako Wheels, Dr.Wahnsinn, Wondermike, Rob Da Noize Temple, Bowan, Zobibeat, Mat Fraser, Mr. Coronas, Undesirable, BlackMask Beat by Sicktunes, Mix by BinkiWoi w.a.c.h.-prod. Tanz: Dergin "Stix" Tokmak

Song: On The Grind


15) Kounterclockwise 

Song: Whip


16)  Proffessir x & Roxx Da Foxx

Song: Rollin High


17)  Leroy Moore & Fezo da MadOne

Song:  Eat My Disability


18) King Khazm

Song: disAbility


19)  King Kaution

Song: Every Day I Wake Up


20) Joy Elan 

Song:  Old Oakland vs New Oakland


21) Prinz-D The First Deaf Rapper

Song: This Can’t Be Life


22) JAM AKA Jachin Anthony Meeks

Song: World Go Round


23) JAKE

Song: Yo Puedo


24) Annjewelz, Binki, The Black Ktipple

    Song: Sugar Free King


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