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Culture Shock Camp, comprised of Marcus “Quese IMC” Frejo and Brian“DJ Shock B” Frejo, is an all-Native hip-hop group originating out of Oklahoma City. Culture Shock’s sound and vibe is defined by its unique and powerful blend of hip-hop and Native music that promotes a message of wellness, unity and Native pride. Culture Shock was named “one of the most celebrated hip-hop groups in the Native American world” by The Source Magazine, one of the largest-selling hip-hop magazines in the country.


Brian Frejo, “DJ Shock B”, often referred to as one of “the founding fathers” of Native Hip-Hop,” has achieved huge success both in and outside of Indian Country as one of the hottest and most sought after DJs and music producers. Brian travels nationwide as a DJ and has rocked crowds with headliner musical acts. Brian is also a member of the Grammy nominated Southern drum group, Young Bird.

Marcus Frejo's, "Quese IMC" first exposure to rap and hip hop came through his older brother’s interest and growing success in hip-hop. Quese absorbed the influence of “old school” rappers such as Run DMC and Public Enemy and his contemporary influences grew to include like-minded rappers seeking out and challenging cultural boundaries, such as Mos Def, De La Soul and Common.

The group has a cutting edge style that enables them to take audiences on a unique cultural journey through every performance. Culture Shock’s dynamic sound combined with the powerful message they convey through music and words leaves a lasting impact on audiences, particularly on Native youth.

www.myspace.com/cultureshockcamp

http://www.artandculture.com/users/2794-culture-shock-camp

www.nvisionit.org.

http://www.queseimcmusic.com/

http://brianfrejo.com/index

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