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About Bad Habitat

Portland, OR

Bad Habitat is the hiphop equivalent of The Three Musketeers, with the swagger of a young Rat Pack, and a style all their own. They consist of two emcees (Flawless and Dru-Manchu of the northwest mega-collab The Surrealest) and one dj (DJ Cuttah of Trifekta notoriety) from the Northwest region of The United States of America located on the planet Earth in the Milky Way Galaxy in the positive matter universe (just in case you're lost...)
In it's short time as a group Bad Habitat has had the opportunity to share the stage with an impressive list of indie and mainstream hiphop acts including Canibus, Noah 23, Digital Underground, members of Oldominion including Sleep (The Chicharones), Pale Soul, and Grayskul, My-G, members of Living Legends, Braille, and members of Sandpeople, (amongst many others... and we have no intentions of stopping anytime soon!) With at least 3+ years of experience behind each member, Bad Habitat is steady holding it down for Northwest hiphop. The group stands poised to make a major impact as they quickly grow into a significant force to be reckoned with, stealing shows and new fans at every venue they appear. Evolving into a close knit family unit from a loose trio of like-minded artists, the final lineup of what would eventually come to be named Bad Habitat formed early in the summer of 2008.

Bad Habitat's live show has garnered much acclaim from local promoters, perfomers, and fans alike, and has been described as one of the best kept secrets of the Northwest hiphop scene. But you don't have to take my word for it... check them out live for yourself! Upcoming shows are updated frequently. Bad Habitat can be found on stage multiple times in any given month, often performing almost weekly. These hungry and driven artists have even gone as far as rocking 2 shows at different locations in a single night! We stay busy!

In addition to an endless onslaught of upcoming shows, be on the watch for the debut album, Scissor Tree, to be released in the fall of '09.

They have also been known to switch from third to first person and back at a moments notice.

For booking or collaboration information contact Bad Habitat at, or send us a myspace message. Seriously. Messages are checked frequently. We gets down like that.

Holla Backgammon!

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