South London rapper Antithesis started writing rhymes at the age of 15 and developed a strong underground following. At the age of 18 he independently released his first single, Ima Mechaka Babayit (Mother's waiting at home), a track about Israel's Missing in Action soldiers. All profits from the CD went to a charity to help the soldiers.
In 2004 he released his debut EP, The Israel Question, which has sold over 1000 copies in 12 different countries despite being an independent release. Branding himself as 'The Zionist Rapper' Antithesis addresses issues affecting Israel and Jews all over the world. All profits from his EP also went to charities, again helping the MIAs and this time also a fund to support victims of terrorist attacks.