Dope Crisis from "The X Factor 2012" is one of top 24 acts in Season 2 of the FOX reality singing competition series. The urban pop group is comprised of two men from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: Eli Brown (age 30) and Jesse Stearn (age 26). They say their group's name describes a pandemonium that is fresh, cool, intense and addictive.

Dope Crisis ("X Factor") is competing in the groups category under the mentorship of judge Simon Cowell. They performed "Super Bass" during boot camp at the judges' homes.








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