“It was a New York taste of eco-hip-hop, a small but growing genre forged by artists bent on spreading environmental advocacy through music.”
- Sierra Magazine
“Raps, facts, and acts, the duo…aims to educate the population about environmental issues through their performances. Zealous about sparking discourse around environmentalism, their show Eco Trippin is an extravaganza of which Bill Nye would be proud.”
"Sir Kn8 [has an] inspiring ability to wrap words together like a balloon animal."
- American Pancake
“You'll laugh, you'll cry, you'll learn about ecologically conscious uses for your own excrement.”
- Time Out New York
“...we became completely entranced by [their] video/rap about the politics around climate change. Climate change, as I'm sure you all know, can feel overwhelming in and of itself and even more so when we try to figure out how we got to this place. The song…breaks it down in a way that's easily understood while managing to be clever and entertaining.”
- No Kill Mag
"Hila, who calls herself "a soldier in the army of Love," isn't bustin' any shots or blowin' any stacks like a traditional rapper. Instead, she's spreading messages of self-love, body positivity, and safe sex (all things we desperately need)!"