Kryptic: Unlocking the code! Stepping it up, changing it up, and offering some new stylesFor Kryptic, the hard work they have put into their short career since their days of running The Kryptic Movement and karaoke contests have paid off handsomely. After several tries with other people and other band The Dragon & Vanilla Joe met up during a Star For A Day Karoake night at Kimmer's Bar & Grill in Green Bay, WI. Soon after the two turned to rap & rock music and, along with another friend from The Kryptic Movement, formed the hip-rock trio Kryptic. The trio went on to hook up with dj Ashtasy, for the groundbreaking, EP, 'The Code (Volume 1)', coming this June.Kryptics debut, THE CODE (VOLUME 1), WILL introduce the world to THEIR influential 'Hip-Rock,' a seamless blend of old-school 7 new-school R&B, cutting-edge street rap & hard hitting Rock. The chart-topping singles 'The Code' and 'Katherine,' made the Soundclick Top 200, helping the songs be heard by more than four thousand in the U.S. and six thousand worldwide.
The Dragon got his start in the music world at the age of 8, when he formed his first group, a christian rock cover group name 'God's Rockers'. The Dragon has been writing and singing ever since, his style of music & rhymes may have changed but The Dragon is as strong a person as ever. When asked about Kryptic & what he likes the most he said 'The uniqueness!' When asked about what he liked about being the frontman he added 'I love to sing & write, it's all about the music' When asked how would you describe yourself? 'I'm The Dragon, enough said!' The people The Dragon admires the most are Jonathan Davis of Korn & Fred Durst of Limp Bizkit.Vanilla Joe got his start rapping and throwning down flows from his days growing up and from none other than 'Vanilla Ice' himself! Vanilla Joe had this to say about being a frontman - 'I enjoy performing my music. Whether I'm up front and loud, or quietly backing up someone else, I always have fun. That's the key.' Vanilla Joe had this to say about the people he admires - 'There's alot of people that I admire, but in the interest of space and time, I'd have to say that Vanilla Ice has been a big influence in my life. From his rise to fame, to the fall, and then the return to the Ice Age. His perseverance and love of the music and his fans is very inspiring for me in trying to make something of myself in this crazy industry.'