Reaper The Storytellers ability to tap into the darkest areas of humanity’s common soul, and bring out a sense of hope and purpose, has earned him rave reviews and interviews in Salt lake Magazine, SLUG, Salt Lake City Weekly, the Salt Lake Tribune, Listen Magazine, Desert news, The Utah Daily Chronicle, and Melting Music to name a few . Reaper has also had multiple sold out shows, including a headlining show at Club DV8 with over 800 people in attendance. Other big shows include an acoustic performance for mayor Rocky Anderson and opening for political activist Michael Franti and Spearhead at their sold out Sundance Film Festival appearance. Reaper was also invited to speak to the students of Horizonte High School about social issues in music.
Along with Reaper’s cable network deal with Spike TV, his music has been getting national attention through college and community radio stations. States include Colorado, California, Nevada, and Oregon. Local stations include-X96 and KRCL.
From multiple benefit concerts with stage props, (for his sponsors YWCA, The Rape Recovery Center and The Road Home) to adding live instruments, there is no way to know what this rapper can do until you see him perform. Even after his house was shot up with a military issue assault rifle he still fights injustice and considers himself a voice for the unheard, rapping tales of real life drama that most lyricists won’t touch.