Six rappers step up to the stage at a nightclub, microphones in hand. They let lyrics flow from their tongues, self-describing as a “double trinity of vigilante masterful minds, lasting infinity with our music set in time.” Ear deafening screams erupt after a woman comes forward to sing, an unexpected addition to the rap the crowd is used to hearing. Fans form an X with their arms in support of their favorite underground rap group.
This is the kind of reception one local rap group is used to. No Mutiny Cliq of Lodi is just one of the many small town rap groups that sprout up across the country, farther from the greater music hubs like Los Angeles or the Bay Area. No Mutiny is made up of six members: Kylie Kuzyk, Spazmatic, JD Sinn, Skitzo Silva , G-flight and Coal-B.
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