- In-person event
- Ages 18+
- ≈ 75 minutes · No intermission
- Mature themes
- Sexual content
- Strong language
After twin rap stars CashMoney & MoneyPussy get into a car accident that kills one of the siblings, this unique one-man production follows the other as he grapples with his new identity and life outside of a close-knit duo. Set in the modern era, the show takes audiences back to Hip-Hop's earliest days in the 1970s, weaving the roots of the music and culture the brothers both loved with satire and tragedy-fuelled introspection.
Expanding on his initial 15-minute version first performed while he attended the National Theatre School of Canada, creator and actor Sébastien Heins uses Hip Hop, R&B, soul, funk, and gospel to tell a story of loss, identity, and brotherly love with cleverly-crafted lyrics and humour.
The 70-minute show was presented by b Current across Canada at the High Performance Rodeo in Calgary, Chinook Festival in Edmonton, Ottawa Undercurrents, and more, internationally to Mumbai and Bangalore, India, and New York City’s United Solo Festival where it won the Best Emerging Artist Award.