When you speak the words determination and dedication to the music and rap world, you must speak the name Krushadelic. 18 years of blood sweat and tears, Krushadelic has helped keep the funk that the West Coast and bay area thrived on. His first records debuted in late 1990 along with his Rap partner Jullie-D as the Underground Rebellion. Together putting out record after record for 12 years and counting.
Rapper/Producer Krushadelic has been performing, writing, producing and arranging for over a decade working with independent artists as well as some major music acts such as: E40, Too Short, George Clinton, and Kenny Latimore to name a few. He toured for months on the Platinum Playas tour with Too Short, Scarface, Bone Thugs & Harmony in front of crowds maxed out at 40,000. Krush also has performed on national TV for such shows as B.E.T.'s Comicview and Teen Summit, as well as producing the music for Comic view for over a year. Krush has received reviews in some of the national and underground magazines, producing over 40 different projects to date and still going. Krushadelic is not only the most consistent artist in the Bay; he is the most consistent in the music business.
Krushadelic has his own solo projects where he lets the heated verbalistic loose. Delic 1401 and Creature Feature proves that he is probably the most prolific producer roaming around the industry. Krush has put together 3 movies in the past year, along with two soundtracks to accompany them. One of his movies's being Two Degrees starring Don DC Curry of Next Friday and Friday After Next. Krushadelic and D.C. has also ventured into animation, developing their own cartoon series entitled Rims And Tires. Krushadelic has shot eight videos independently on super 16 and 35mm film, as well as traveling the United States with his crew, hitting every major city and state promoting and selling their music through the black Expo.
Selling over 20,000 hand-to-hand units on each project they have gained and collected a loyal fan base that still supports them till this day. Krushadelic has developed his own toy Delic Man, which is a replica of the Rapper, and a clothing company entitled Cottonelli that has been in development from the grass roots up for the last three years. He is writing his own movie script, and has appeared in two independent films titled Gumbos and HipHop Inc, with six projects released in 2002 and four in 2003. Krushadelic has been tagged by some as the busiest in the Bay and his fleet of warriors are ready, and have definitely paid the dues to make Armada Entertainment the new way of life.