The Co-Op has done it again with the release of the “crew” project Community Property. They teamed up with a few producers and a good number of artists that they’ve worked with in the past to bring this beats and rhymes release.
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Here’s the entire Community Property for your listening and downloading pleasure. The artists featured on this project are The Co-Op (New Jersey / DFW), Vicious Cycle (DFW), The Rapture (New Jersey, DFW), Money Stax (New Jersey, DFW), Monopoly (DFW), Rampage (DFW), Neeky Devero (DFW), Headkrack (Atlanta, NewYork, DFW), Word Life (DFW,New York), Dow Jonez (DFW), 7even:Thirty (DFW), Money Waters (DFW), Original Soul (DFW).
A duo quite unlike the Hip-hop world has ever seen, The Co-Op (Conscience Operations) is back on the mic, renewing their vows to destroy any track in their path and make the world safe for dope MCs once again. Not only is this the clash of the sexes the rap world has been waiting for, but they also share a marriage license. Money Stax’ precise, scalpel sharp delivery is the perfect contrast to her husband The Rapture’s off kiter wordplay and unorthodox flow, making them the yin to each other’s yang on every track. With their LP, Mr. and Mrs. Spit, they explored a broad array of topics like love, hood life, world events, and the media over diverse soundscapes from DFW’s top-self underground producers. Both rappers have also branched off, with Money Stax being one half of the highly sought after female MC duo Vicious Cycle as well as her team-up with BX spitter Word Life for Monopoly. Rapture has also dropped his solo debut, The Point as well as an EP called RAMPAGE, with producer M Slago, and Dallas lyricists Dow Jonez and Word Life. Recently, the duo released a pair of high profile music videos produced by the groundbreaking Dallas production team, Ludus Studios, one for the smash hit “You People” by Money’s group Vicious Cycle feat. Neeky Devero, as well as The Co-Op’s highly anticipated comeback single “Rap Money”. Their stage presence is undeniable, having earned them oppertunities like performing at Rock The Bells 2011, and the right to share stages with legends like Raekwon, Ghostface, Pharoahe Monch, Homeboy Sandman, GURU (RIP), Slick Rick and more. Not only is The Co-Op dangerous on mics, they are also their own multimedia machine, recording, arranging, marketing, promoting,and executive producing all of their catalog, not to mention running their own websites, merchandising, and publishing. Conscience Operations is not just a rap group but a empire on the rise and their foundation (each other) just keeps getting stronger.