The [SiTH] Clan is a musical beast of a different kind. What started off as a bunch of friends playing video games has turned into something thrilling. Consisting of Darth Nylus (Zig Zag Zach), Darth Kaedus (Jason Solo), Darth Tyranos (Count Dooku), and Darth Bastila (MariMOD.com), the hip hop group out of Raleigh, North Carolina is doing something unique and exciting.
In 2010, Zig Zag Zach and Jason Solo thought “Why not combine our love of hip hop with our love of video games and the gamer lifestyle?” They brought in fellow Call of Duty clan member Count Dooku, and along with Kaedus making his own style of eclectic beats, they released their first underground mixtape titled “SiTH Warfare” with songs about Call of Duty.
A couple months later, they brought in another clan member who could rap and sing to the fold, female emcee Darth Bastila. With the group’s talents rounded out and their experimental sound growing, the group then released their second mixtape titled “A Galaxy Far, Far Away”. To hone their skills, the clan took industry beats and remade the songs in their own style. It was a refreshing take from the normal hip hop scene and was released exclusively on their youtube channel, youtube.com/sithwarfare. The mixtape featured all four emcees combining their individual skills to cover a wide variety of topics inside and outside of the gamer lifestyle.
With two mixtapes under their belts and lots of youtube content like Vlogs and live performances, they have a bright future ahead of them. The [SiTH] Clan is now releasing their third mixtape “SiTH Warfare 2”, a direct sequel to the first mixtape. It is chocked full of songs about the gamer lifestyle, just what gamers and their fans have been craving. SiTH Warfare 2 Included the popular singles “Prestige” and “Child’s Play”. The sky is the limit for this young and talented hip hop group. With their reach spanning from gamers and hip hop heads, to nerds and ladies, The [SiTH] Clan is posed to make waves in the industry. Now with the debut album “The Beta” the new standard is set high.