Over the past few months, I’ve featured several artists from my second home state, Colorado. Disktrakt, Whygee, and Kid Hum all have graced the site in the past six months. You can also add Colorado’s version of Mick Boogie in the form of DJ Low Key to that list, as he has one large interview on this site (and another the chamber if I ever get the time to finish it). Needless to say, I’m always about supporting anything that comes out of the state when it comes to music. Not because I owe any favors, most of these cats I didn’t meet up with until after I moved out of the state. I do it because it’s damn good music and it deserves the shine.
The Colorado Rap Report dropped this collection of Colorado hip hop (I swear I thought about this very thing today at work). I haven’t had a chance to listen to it, but I’m familiar with a good chunk of the artists that appear on it and all have my personal approval. So give it a whirl, see what that thin air does to lyrics and beats.
The Colorado Rap Report Presents: The Songs of The Colorado Rap Report