It’s easy to get caught up in the hype surrounding Crip-Gang, the new band from The Strokes and frontman, Danny Brown.
In a recent interview with the BBC, Brown said the band had just started a label, which is “really cool.”
But the band’s official website is still littered with the cryptic message “Crip Gang Signs” that appear to be the band name.
The sign is also accompanied by a message that reads, “Hey Crip gang.
We got some new fans.”
The message doesn’t really explain what the sign is about, but the site does explain that the group is “coming together as a new Crip band and a brand to take the fun out of music.”
So what is a Cripe Gang Sign?
The sign in the above photo was made by the band in August and was made using an old printer paper.
When the band was making the sign, they cut out an old piece of printer paper to make it look like a CRIP gang sign.
The original sign made by The Stroke was made from a printer paper that was damaged in the 2012 fire.
A similar sign made in 2013 was also damaged and was not repaired until last year.
The name Crip refers to a gang from the Los Angeles neighborhood of Compton, California.
Crip is also slang for a person of Asian descent.
According to The New York Times, the group first appeared in the film “A Clockwork Orange.”
It has since gone on to win an Oscar for Best Picture for the 2003 film “Dope.”
Crip also has an Instagram account.
The band has also received awards and accolades for their work in music.
The Stroges received a Grammy for Best New Artist in 2018 and The Stroes received an MTV Video Music Awards Award for Best Video for “Crocodile Dundee.”
Cripes have been in the news recently for their “Gangnam Style” music video, which was released last year and has received over 60 million views.
The album “Cripe” was released in 2017, which earned them the Grammy Award for Album of the Year.
The song also received critical acclaim.
Crips has had some pretty major hits over the years, including “Toxic,” “The Last Song,” “Fame” and “Stress Me Out.”
They also have an upcoming tour, which kicks off this Saturday, February 14 in Seattle.
The rest of the tour is scheduled to start in early April.
For more information on Crip, check out our previous articles.