By going against the grain, Richie Branson marches to the beat of a different drum than most artists. Because of his ability to produce, mix, write, and perform his own music, he is completely self sufficient as an artist. He is able to adapt and create in any type of style, whether it appeals to the signature hip hop sound of his fellow Texas natives or whether it carries a more worldwide appeal. The highly animated swagger and catchy word play he delivers on every song put him at the forefront of a movement that will have people around the world moving to the beat.
Raheem Jarbo, aka Random or Mega Ran. Teacher/Rapper/Hero. People will remember Ran for his daring leap into video game remixing which led to a Capcom cosign, but Random's penchant for storytelling has impressed retro gamers while garnering respect from Hip-Hop's harshest critics. An incredible impromptu "freestyle" MC, Random's unique combination of fantasy and introspective hip-hop has found its way into TV shows, movies, video games, and even coursework at several universities. That's Random.
Random and Richie met through a mutual respect of each others' work, and before meeting up and touring the country together on the mc chris helmed "Monster Hunter Tour," the two decided to record a project themed to fit the mood of the tour. The result: The Ghouls 'n Ghosts EP.