Open at Your Own Risk
Behind Closed Doors released 'Open at Your Own Risk' as a debut to the world of Hip Hop. The group was the result of combined efforts of Who-Dat, Khaos, Mars, Schizo, and Bay to express artistic freedom. A great artist once said 'independent companies and artists should enjoy opportunities to create art without restrictions'. After major record deals are signed, recording artists become obligated to produce more commercialized music. Behind Closed Doors went underground and released something for the streets, the club, car, house, barber shop, and everywhere in between. Open at your Own Risk contains everything, from serious conscious messages to crazy club/discothèque rhythms and street anthems. Everyone talks the talk about 'doing their thing'. How many are bold enough to do whatever comes to mind, record it, and then set it free to be heard? One artist described his hit record as being like intoxicated hip hop. Behind Closed Doors might be considered that substance that was ingested into his system. The group name originated from the the idea that most artists keep certain products away from the public, locked in the the vaults, to keep listeners from hearing what they created before the hits. We unlocked the vaults so that you can hear everything that's created 'Behind Closed Doors.'