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May 11, 2018

One obstacle that local artists have is getting their name out there. We wanted to change that. The goal for #TheRootsProject was to bring together Oklahoma hip-hop artists from different cultures and backgrounds, giving them a platform to showcase their talents. We want to show everyone what Oklahoma has to offer. 
Introducing the tenth out of fourteen in our lineup: Jim Conway

When someone loves music and the process of making music as much as TripleEight, they are bound to have amassed a collection of the most talented friends and collaborators. In a time when unity is so desperately called for, Triple 8 has called on these connections to bring us a project, the likes of which few have had the juice, the fervor, or dedication to pull off! 

It’s a celebration of melodies, harmonies, and beats... with a collective spirit true to our time but highly reminiscent of jam sessions and corner cyphers of days gone by. 

You won’t know what’s coming... and that might just blow your mind! 

July 17, 2017

All under one roof.  See you there. 

January 17, 2017

The Guerrilla Breed Collective announces partnership with The Oklahoma Zulus to put on bi-annual charity event aimed at benefiting Oklahoma City Community Charities.  (THE OKLAHOMA CITY GET DOWN)  All proceeds from The Oklahoma City Get Down will benefit the LIFE LINES initiative aimed at empowering at risk youth through the arts.  

The event will be hosted by Guerrilla Breed founder Jim Conway, Chief Peace, and Chris "The God MC" Cain and will take place on March 31st, 2017 at 7PM at Russell's at the Tower Hotel located in NW Oklahoma City.

Guerrilla Breed Founder Jim Conway expects this to be the first of many joint efforts between Guerrilla Breed and the Zulus. 

November 1, 2016

Guerrilla Breed's Jim Conway & DJ Triple Eight announce plans to form an Oklahoma City based Non-Profit called Lifelines. The organization will be aimed at empowering at-risk youth through the creation and preservation of Oklahoma arts programs. In addition Lifelines will be aquiring the rights to the Trill in the City program formaly headed by the Guerrilla Breed Collective.   Arts, mentoring, and culture awareness programs are said to be at the heart of this new movement.