By Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move

Resplendently low brow, this awkwardly comedic, beatbox morality musical is complete with booger jokes, sexy angels, jealous angles and angels with baby oil, a host of frenemies and an appearance from God who is also in control of the mic. Ride or Die The Hip-Hop Musical is a classic story about friendship and letting go when the time has come because it’s the right thing to do for everyone.

What’s super amazing about this production is the majority cast of actors who have cognitive disabilities are completely undeterred in any aspect including all the dirty jokes, the slightly racy choreography and basically saying what’s absolutely on their mind in all kinds of #OMG that the rest of us politically correct driven prigs would be way too nervous to express out loud (but you’re thinkin’ it!).

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