With experience comes power, and that's exactly what 20:12 have displayed on the Colorado Latin Hip Hop and Mainstream rap scene. As the force knocks down a variety of shows ranging from small nightclubs packed with roughly 200 spectators, they show no fear of numbers as they carry the ability to rock shows that attract over 5000 watchers. As the eyes of critical fans watch, 20:12 constantly represents 'brown pride' in an undeniable fashion that even Caucasians can't help but to move to. They have meshed together a sound so unique that newcomers stare in awe at the showmanship and stage-presence they bring to a packed room and knock down the walls with the ruckus show they have developed. With a deadly combo of Latin dance and hip hop, the conventional 2 rapper show is thrown out the window as they often have choreography that give the viewer more to see. In past shows, such as the Kumbia Kings show, they had local Choreographer Ray Maestas, winner of 30 Seconds of Fame on Fox back in 2003, put together an astonishing dance routine to give fans their moneys worth. The music proves to be seductive to ladies hips and empowering to the Latino in you. The two members blend together to bring a deep and smooth sound. The Juice aka El Tio Hugo The Devoted Disciple, mesmerizes the crowd with his smooth and soft tone massaging the ear drums with a quick and steady barrage of punch lines and rhyme schemes in both English and Spanish to help provoke the fans jaw to drop. Role Play brings a deep and powerful flow to set the tempo that 20:12 has come to end all shows. Their repertoire includes shows with Fat Joe, Chino XL, Omar Cruz, Do or Die, Akwid, Kumbia Kingz, NB Ridaz, Kid Frost, the Zizek Tour, Dj Flex, Lucky Luciano and Filero of Dope House Records, and the 420 Rally in Denver. With every show under their belt, the helpless crowds beneath their stage become more and more amazed at the dynamic duo.