OCD: Moosh & Twist Discuss Friendship and Being An Interracial Group In This Climate Of Hip-Hop
JP DelaCuesta (@JPdelacuesta)
Most friendships that start in the first grade rarely last two decades later. When it comes to Philadelphia's own OCD: Moosh & Twist, though, this rare occurrence is what has kept the duo going year after year.
As a testament to what their music, fan base, and movement has done for them, they have rocked the main stage before Hip-Hop legends like De La Soul, Rakim, The Roots and more.
After a string of sold-out tours around the country and numerous festival appearances, the fact of the matter is that Moosh & Twist know how to energize a crowd, whether it be full of die-hard fans or people seeing them for the first time.
AllHipHop.com spent a few minutes with the group to talk about their come-up, built-to-last friendship, their music, crazy fans, and the difficulties they face being an interracial group.
Check out our exclusive interview with OCD: Moosh & Twist below: