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Who are we?

OFFRIP LLC stands as a dynamic force within the music industry, serving as both a creative powerhouse and a boutique management firm deeply entrenched in the cultural epicenters of Los Angeles, New York, and New Orleans. With a collaborative spirit and an expansive network of creatives and industry professionals, OFFRIP operates as a catalyst for showcasing local art scenes across the digital landscape. Our mission at OFFRIP is to redefine the very fabric of the music industry, championing independent artists and fostering their growth and success. We believe in empowering artists to realize their unique visions and aspirations, providing tailored support and guidance every step of the way. At OFFRIP Music, we embrace the philosophy that each artist's journey is distinct and thus offer a diverse array of services spanning the analog and digital realms. From artist development to marketing strategy, we tailor our assistance to meet the individual needs of our clients, ensuring their voices are heard in a crowded and ever-evolving industry. Our journey began with acclaimed Louisiana wordsmith Wakai, and since then, we have expanded our roster to include a mix of seasoned veterans and rising stars. From the lyrical prowess of Quadry to the innovative sounds of Cisco Swank, we represent a diverse array of talent poised to make their mark on the music landscape.

Presently, our esteemed roster includes Cisco Swank, Luke Titus, Wakai, Quadry, JoshSimmons, Zacchae'us Paul, Momo Ward, and JETTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT. As we continue to push boundaries and break barriers, OFFRIP remains steadfast in our commitment to amplifying the voices of artists and reshaping the future of music.

Our Story 

In the autumn of 2017, Kip, Nick Coleman, and Nye Moody embarked on their odyssey into the realm of music industry studies at Loyola University New Orleans. United by their shared fervor for hip-hop, the trio wasted no time in establishing their creative enclave, erecting a makeshift recording studio in Nick’s dorm room (401) and weaving melodic tapestries together as an unnamed collective. Their burgeoning talent swiftly attracted notice, affording them the opportunity to grace the stage at a modest gathering. Faced with the task of christening themselves for the occasion, OFFRIP was conceived.


Later, the trio migrated from campus to 15 Cromwell Pl., a weathered white abode nestled on a tranquil street behind the Loyola library. Once the domain of a fraternity, this newfound headquarters became the epicenter of their artistic endeavors. Hosting soirées every other weekend, OFFRIP cultivated a diverse community of both local virtuosos and academic denizens, solidifying their status as a cornerstone of uptown nightlife.


Initially enticed by the allure of event coordination, the advent of the COVID-19 pandemic presented OFFRIP with unforeseen tribulations. Compelled to shutter months of scheduled engagements, they pivoted, redirecting their focus to the digital expanse of music. Embracing the nuances of marketing and playlist curation, they commenced offering promotional services to artists in need. Furthermore, OFFRIP delved into music production with the release of their eponymous EP, featuring collaborations with luminaries of the Louisiana scene such as Wakai, JoshSimmons, and Kr3wcial.


Upon donning their graduation regalia from Loyola University, the members of OFFRIP dispersed to their respective hometowns, driven by the ambition to carve their niche in Los Angeles. Their trajectory took an unexpected detour when Wakai, seeking guidance for his musical journey, reached out to the collective. Seizing the moment, OFFRIP formally ventured into artist management, unveiling Wakai’s debut opus, "To A Dark Boy," to resounding acclaim.


The triumph of "To A Dark Boy" marked a pivotal juncture for OFFRIP, propelling them into the limelight of the music industry. With newfound momentum, they extended a welcome to Quadry and JoshSimmons into their management fold, laying the groundwork for expansion. Cisco Swank joined their ranks, with his inaugural offering, "More Better," and ensuing tour solidifying OFFRIP’s standing in the industry.


Beyond artist management, OFFRIP pressed forward, establishing their own distribution network in collaboration with TooLost. Their evolution continued with the inclusion of Luke Titus, a versatile percussionist and vocalist, in their roster. Expanding into new avenues of management, they embraced their first director, JETTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT, and producer, Momo Ward, into the OFFRIP fold.


As they ventured into 2024, OFFRIP found themselves at the helm of a burgeoning empire, boasting a diverse cadre of talent spanning various disciplines. Armed with an unwavering dedication to their craft and an indomitable commitment to artistic integrity, OFFRIP set their sights on shaping the future of the music industry. 


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