Invincible voice (I-Voice) started rapping in 2001, and is today a revolutionary group that cannot stop telling the truth. I-Voice members perform their very own genre, Trap (Tarab Rap), Tarab being the classical music genre of the Arab culture. Trap integrates Tarab into Hip-Hop through instrumentation and choice of beats, thereby creating an original output that naturally reflects the combination of I-Voice's surrounding culture and their modern frustration.
I-Voice consists of two Palestinian rappers living as refugees in Lebanon: Yassine aka YEAH-SEEN and Mohammad Turk aka T.N.T. Their refugee camp in Lebanon is Burj Al Barajneh Camp, which resides only 91 Km north of their unreachable homeland.
It all started when Yassine decided to build a "camp record studio" in an old space, and considered it his headquarters for learning and teaching sound, recording, beat-making, and mixing along with interested residents of the refugee camp.
I-Voice are now a widely spreading crew, who toured to tell their story to increasing crowds through Lebanon, Egypt, Spain, Italy, Norway, and USA.