Bisco Smith (aka Bisc1) is a Brooklyn-based rapper and graffiti musician. Within the last a decade, through his are a membership DJ, and well-received mixtapes, EPs, and albums and artwork, Bisc1 obtained renown in New York’s underground hip-hop and artwork scene. He found NY from Connecticut at age group 18. He released THE FUNDAMENTALS EP in 2006, accompanied by the 2007 mixtape, The Stay Up Project. By 2008, after his one “Turbulence,” from When Electric powered Night Falls, began gaining traction force, Bisc1 began getting nation-wide reputation, including features in metropolitan magazines THE FOUNDATION and Skunk. He released The Broadcast this year 2010. Bisc1’s audio is congruous with this of his underground NEW YORK peers, with insular lyrics atop claustrophobic creation. Fellow hip-hop performers were realizing Bisc1’s graphic artwork, which resulted in work with performers from Murs to El-P to Aesop Rock and roll. He’s completed cover artwork, designed promotional components, and spearheaded artwork direction for brands such as for example Definitive Jux, Ninja Melody, and others. In ’09 2009, with the discharge of When Electric powered Evening Falls, Bisc1 toured the U.S., executing at popular celebrations like South by Southwest and Scribble Jam, where he distributed stages with famous brands KRS-One and Jeru the Damaja.