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play hi-fi  Hands In The Sky
play hi-fi  The Shot
play hi-fi  They Never See (featuring Desirae Tubbs)
play hi-fi  A Single Trick
play hi-fi  Simpler
play hi-fi  Choose Big Shoes
play hi-fi  Self Deception
play hi-fi  I Would Like To Live
play hi-fi  Build
play hi-fi  Part Of You Now (featuring Jarmaine Tubbs)
Hip Hop has gotten too hard core. Simple. I take it down a notch....back to the days when rappers had more to talk about than guns, money, jewels, cars and women. Rap with a message, and well, some just for the flow of it.
Why this name?
Long story that is hard to comes from a type of rockclimbing I specialized in, called Offwidth....OW....Odub.
Do you play live?
Doing shows is the best part of all this. Most often these days I play at festivals and events for rockclimbers. Its a great way to combine two of my passions, and the music has paid for countless climbing trips over the years.
How, do you think, does the internet (or mp3) change the music industry?
Obviously it becomes more available to the general public. Eventually, it'll all go digital...we'll see when...
Would you sign a record contract with a major label?
Doubtful. This isn't a job to me, and I don't want it to become that. Its a passion I can pursue how I want, when I want, with no interference from a record label.
Band History:
Well, I've rapped to some degree since about 1990. I was in a group called "2 More White Boys"...then Vanilla Ice ruined it for the white guys....

I got back into it after just freestylin in my car while on frequent long drives to keep myself awake. I recorded a few times just to do it...for the fun of it...and it took off from there.
Your influences?
Eminem, KRS-ONE, RunDMC, Tribe Called Quest, Kwame, Busta Rhymes, Outkast, Snoop, Atmosphere, Brother Ali, and well, everything I've ever heard has influenced me is some way......
Favorite spot?
Cincinnati is actually a pretty cool city to live in. A good base. I'd have to say my favorite places to play have been Lander, Wyoming... Fayetteville, West Virginia... and Salt Lake City.
Equipment used:
All I need is one mic.
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