What does it sound like when two white guys raised on rap speak truth to power? It sounds like AR-15: Jus Rhyme and Raw Potential. This political rap duo parties their way to social justice, with a raucous mix of club anthems and street chants. National lecturer and anti-racist activist, Tim Wise, calls AR-15, "...no bull, radical hip hop: the kind that has the potential to redefine what it means to be white in the rap game."
AR-15 stands for fifteen anti-racist principles for social justice. The group has rapped their message to thousands of people internationally and was featured in the VH1 television show "Ego Trip's 'The (White) Rapper Show'", the film "Mirrors of Privilege: Making Whiteness Visible" and the book "Other People's Property: A Shadow History of Hip-Hop in White America". AR-15 has worked with national recording artists Just Blaze, KRS-One, and dead prez. Audio/video available at: www.AR15hiphop.com.