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Born in Inglewood, California, Whippaaka7_up is a recording artist and the CEO of Hard Head Entertainment. As a creative artist and the CEO of a growing entertainment company, he combines his inspiration for music and his business acumen into one. Through his productions, he takes the listener through a powerful and dynamic musical journey that celebrates of the resiliency of the human spirit and one’s ability to keep conquering challenges in life to taste victory. In 2009, Whippaaka7_up’s life changed when he experienced a tragic accident that left him paralyzed from the chest down. Never one to give up, he did not let any of these obstacles stop him from striving for success. He would go on to graduate with his degree in technology and a specialty for recording, business and real-estate. Thus, each one of Whippaaka7_up’s productions tells a story and provides a rich source of inspiration and strength for every listener to draw upon in both good and bad times.
How did you hear about us?
What is your profession (singer, rapper, songwriter, poet, dancer, model, music fan, etc.)?
I am a songwriter, and I perform my own music.
How many members are in your band?
there are two members of my group.
What is your style of music?
Who are your influences in the music industry?
Influenced by the legends including 2pac, The X Clan and Rakim, Whippaaka7_up creates a style of music that is focused on social justice and personal victory.
Now, we are living in a world which is surrounded by technology. The printer is also a blessing of technology that is becoming an important part of our home and office. As technical devices are making our lives easy, sometimes because of various reasons they have to go through some technical issues. HP printers also have to suffer from technical errors sometimes that may…See More
Mainstream media that caters to black people push the fact that success is making it to the NBA, NFL and being a rapper and selling drugs. I feel somehow we need to change that. Its a small percentage of people who will make it to be in the NBA, NFL or a rapper or in the music industry. And no one should believe that selling drugs will help them to become successful. We need to change this for the kids. Mainstream should push the fact that school is important and getting a trade. If 10 people…See More