Vwillz has been on our radar for a little bit at this point and he has stayed remarkably consistent since we discovered him. His latest track, new phone freestyle, is short but undeniably dope as he comes through with soft yet catchy vocals over a catchy beat from Jlaker. Sometimes songs under two minutes are my favorite just because of how many times they make me hit replay. Listen to new phone freestyle below and be on the lookout for more from Vwillz.
I always get hyped when Doobie Danx drops a new track because I don't think he's dropped a bad song yet. His latest effort, Dime, is another example of the dope music he makes. Smooth harmonies, solid flows, and catchy production all come to play on this one and combine for one of the dopest songs to come out of the Mile High City this month. If Doobie can stay this consistent, it looks like he'll be one of Denver's premier artists. Check out Dime below.
Another day, another dope Denver artist to be discovered. Paridox, an 18 year old from Aurora, is one of those artists that just seems to have it. His latest track Enemy shows that talent with catchy vocals, a smooth beat, and a personal, introspective vibe that gives the song an authentic feel to it.
The 303's hip hop scene is becoming more robust by the day, and NTG Sound is the latest artist to make his presence felt in the city. His new tape Like Never Before is a solid example of his skills, especially the title track and Pay The Price, both of which showcase NTG's talent.
If there’s one thing the city of Denver isn’t short of, and that’s musical geniuses. Day after day, new artists pop up on our radar and you best believe Granola caught our attention. With an infectious melody that keeps you moving, and the wavy wordplay that brings you back to those late summer nights riding around town, Granola is someone to watch closely in 2019.
The amount of dope, undiscovered hip hop artists in Denver is getting ridiculous. Nahkeem and Forty $even are the most recent artists to catch our attention and their video for Leanin is about as dope as it gets. From the downtempo production to the impressive flows, this track shows that there is a plethora of talent in the Mile High City. The visual from Samuel Finley is just as solid as the song and fits the energy well. We'll be sure to keep an ear out for more from both Nahkeem and Forty $even and we hope you do too.
Melodic hip hop has become one of the most prominent forms of music in the past few years and there's no one doing it in Denver quite like Slouch. From catchy hooks to smooth, polished production, Slouch's sound has all the necessary ingredients to become something big, but his growth isn't complete yet. While he has already transformed his sound once (he was formerly known as P. Rose), the Mile High MC has his mind set on putting the finishes touches on his musical aesthetic in a variety of ways. Even though he may feel he has a ways to go still, the progression he has shown has been impressive already and is proof that he has the vision and work ethic it takes to reach the goals he's set for himself. The combination of these intangibles and the chemistry he has with producer slackbeatz make it feel like anything is possible for Slouch and his future is looking as bright as anyone's in the city.
Expansion and growth are integral aspects of Denver culture at the moment, and they have created a mindset that has helped grow the burgeoning hip hop scene in the Mile High City. One of the most prominent members of this freshly formed community is Ramond, a Denver native who has seen the city bend and morph into what it is today. While some people have found uncomfortability in the rapid growth, Ramond has embraced the change and is looking to bring that frontier mindset with him as he expands his sound and audience.
With Denver's hip hop scene progressing at a torrid pace, it can be difficult to know who to pay attention to and who is going to stick around for the long haul. RAMOND is definitely one of those artists. His new tape SEEDS is a perfect example of his abilities which include excellent wordplay, strong lyricism, and poignant topics. Full of personal and introspective themes, SEEDS provides a look into the mind of RAMOND and allows listeners to feel his joys, pains, and everything in between. The album deals with insecurities and successes with honesty, showing a depth of emotions that give a detailed look into RAMOND's journey and future goals.