Representing the Hip Hop community at BYU-Idaho

Preston Johnson, Dalton Winnyd Winspear and Andrew Kennedy Kemp are three rappers in the BYU-Idaho community. They are the big time creators of the Mad Flow shows that are held at the Kirkham Auditorium since the Winter semester of 2012. In this story, they tell us more of how the Hip Hop genre has been received at our University and how people sport them every semester.

Preston Johnson, a hip hop singer whom recently recorded a song titled “BYU-Idaho,” created a video that involved many students of the institution. The goal of these students, is to share through music, positive lyrics, and messages to people around the world.

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  1. July 12, 2012 @ 5:21 pm Andrea Alfaro

    To watch the “BYU-Idaho” music video, visit:


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