David “C-Doc” Snyder is a producer, musician, rapper, and filmmaker. After years of making tapes of solo music for friends, he reached out to Chuck D of Public Enemy who began an internet collaboration with him and a number of other emcees. This group became the world’s first virtual rapp squad: The Impossebulls.
As the chief producer for The Impossebulls’ first two albums, C-Doc was also given the opportunity to remix songs for Public Enemy. This eventually led to Doc producing the epic song “Superman’s Black in the Building” for the New Whirl Odor album. Since then, C-Doc has produced and remixed numerous other songs for PE.
Collaborating with long time friend and fellow Impossebull Tirade on the 2006 LOWdown album groundZERO allowed Doc to fully indulge his love of early 90’s Hiphop. LOWdown followed up that album with an EP, dumpTRUCK, that was recently re-released in an extended edition through blocSonic.
Divided We Stand is C-Doc’s first “solo” album in ten years (a follow-up to the extremely rare album Sleeping on the Side of the Road).