Here it is, folks! You guys submitted your questions and I sat down and answered them to the best of my ability! I don’t claim to know everything but I will share any wisdom and experiences with you that I have learned over the years. It ended up being longer than I thought, so I had to break the segment up in two parts. Part 2 will come next week (and is shorter). If you don’t see your question(s) answered in this video…it will be in the next one. Thanks again for all those who connected with me and participated in this #AskRipAnything#vlog series, I enjoyed answering your questions! – Rip
Here it is, folks! You asked for it…I am back with another vlog entry called#AskRipAnything! Have any questions you want to ask me? Need guidance or advice on anything? Don’t be afraid to reach out and connect with me! I’ll answer all your questions in a future vlog entry! Make sure to get your questions in by Sun July 24, 2016 at 11:00pm central! All questions will remain anonymous (unless you specify you want me to use your name/likeness). Please limit it to 2 questions. Also, check out a lil update on what’s going on with my music and my new music video for “New Me”. Look forward to hearing and answering your questions & connecting with all you out there who continue to follow and support me…I love y’all!!
To ask…you can message me on FB. Ask a question in the comments, or on Instagram, Twitter, e-mail!!
April 20, 2016 – Today, Recording Artist ‘Rip’ releases his newest music video, “Still Here,” and announces that he’s back in the studio working on his third studio album, an EP titled, “Trinity.” The album will include collaborations with Sincere and Katie Scullin, along with production by Memory, Rip himself, and co-production by DJ Pain 1. Rip takes you back to his musical roots with his first single, “Still Here,” which features 3 of his original RiP Records label mates from the early 2000’s – PR, Influence and TruMotiv (pka Too Bogus). The video is set in Chicago, the market where Rip & his RiP Records family originally got their start, and was produced and directed by Rip himself. On Rip producing his own music videos, Violator All Star DJ – DJ Fusion had this to say about the video in an interview on his radio show SPXX Radio: “You’ve definitely hit the scene hard with that [your music video production] and a lot of people have noticed.”
Check it out everyone!! Got together with my team and put together an entry for the Doritos #CrashTheSuperbowl commercial contest! Been wanting to do this for years, and now we have completed an entry. Check that off the #Bucketlist. I want to thank Rafael Charles Ragland for teaming up with me on this project. I would also like to thank everyone else who made this video a possibility. Couldn’t have done it without your gracious support!