From the dominance of Bone Thugs-n-Harmony, a group that has sold over 30 million albums to Al Fatz whose upstart song "Came Down" was heard by millions on the popular Madden '07 video game, artists from Cleveland have overcome dejection and the lack of opportunity to make a unique contribution to the world of hip-hop. RAPLAND 216 features over 40 artists from Cleveland as well as there views about an impoverished city with limited outlets for its artists. Rappers such as the D.O.C. Showstoppaz reflect on the violence that plagued their childhoods while Neshia Nee and DJ Bucc X-O show the importance of being responsible parents. RAPLAND includes explosive performances and commentary by Bone Thugs-n-Harmony, Chip tha Ripper, Prop the Problem, Nessacary, Soul Kryziz and many more of Cleveland's top talent in rap music.