Prince Whipper Whip is one of the originators of Latino Hip-Hop. He was an original MC of the legendary Fantastic 5--his rhymes are delivered with an unmatchable, personable yet tight style. You can see him battling the Cold Crush in Wild Style, and he still sounds good on the mic today. He's got tracks on the upcoming soundtracks to Paid in Full and Latin Kings.
In 1978, Whipper Whip and Dot-a-Rock were in a group called The Mighty Gestapo Crew (with DJ Kenny B (Kenny Baker) and Count D) and the Funky Phase Four MC's. The battled a crew named The Notorious Two
(who's members included Grandmaster Caz and JDL of the Cold Crush Brothers) at the Intersession Church on 155th Street and Broadway. Whipper Whip and Dot-A-Rock were also original members of the Cold Crush Brothers. They are often referred to as the Fantastic Freaks or Fantastic Romantic 5. They battled many crews of the time most notably the Cold Crush Brothers.
The group never recorded an album, however, they do appear in the film Wild Style, and on the recently released battle tape against Cold Crush at Harlem World in 1981. Prince Whipper Whip appeared in the Ice-T video for High-Rollers.