Cesar Lopez, aka Delafoto, is too busy to write a bio of himself. So listen to the podcast to learn more about him. One of his favorite Hip Hop lines is "Bad boys move in silence and violence." Apparently the silence extends to sharing about himself.
Shaughn Richardson, aka The Truth, is a teacher, coach, poet and musician along with co-hosting Up In The Mix. The Bay Area Native has lived in the Reno/Sparks area for over 20 years, where he attended the University of Nevada Reno and earned a degree in Psychology and Philosophy. After working a corporate desk job that killed his soul for a couple years, he eventually returned to the University of Nevada to earn a Master's degree in Education. He now teaches middle school Social Studies, coaches basketball and volleyball, and raps in the local Hip Hop band 7-Out. He also performs spoken word poetry as a member of Reno's Spoken Views Collective. Along with his artistic activities he serves on the board of directors for local non-profit Holland Project where he curates an annual art show featuring local artists' interpretations of Hip Hop lyrics called "Between The Lyrics." In his free time he enjoys kickin' it with the homies, playing video games, following Bay Area sports teams, and seeing live music. He also probably keeps it realer than you do.
Jake “The Guppy” Ruana has children he hasn’t eaten yet. The enigmatic founder of Killer Shark Productions; the “Gupster” is a university educated logistics specialist. With a knack for wearing different hats; the Guppy has been from coast to coast all over the United States. He currently resides his world class talents in Reno, NV. If you buy a KSP product it’s because sometimes you got to stunt on people (and we get that).