Born in Trenton and raised in South Lawrence, NJ, Raymond Strife is the physical manifestation of what it means to be from New Jersey. Known for being polite and outgoing off stage, on stage his style is nothing short of loud and aggressive, sometimes offensive while somehow still being cute and charming.
While pulling influence from a broad range that goes from Snoop Dogg to G.G. Allin his style is completely his own making it hard to compare to anyone really. Founder of the diverse rap crew DKFG that is based out of Trenton but has members scattered all throughout the country, Ray stands out as a human representation of when keeping it real goes horribly wrong. He raps about low self esteem, addiction, relationships, punk shows and comic books, often in the same song, and never fails to make it funny.
Horror Society has the honor of revealing Raymond’s new video for his song Lucille which draws inspiration from the hit AMC series The Walking Dead.