Denver is growing fast. Though a rising population has its downfalls, let's not forget the good things. The Mile High had always had an incredible music scene, but now we get to sit back and watch it flourish as our local bands get larger audiences.
A true showman, and author of several timeless tracks, Clinton has been featured in mainstream films, sampled by a legion of hip - hop and R&B groups, and been a card-carrying member of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame for 20 years. At age 75, he is.
His vinyl skills have touched every facet of OC hip - hop , from from underground cyphers to house parties and club shows . ... Both were part of the crew until they passed away almost a year apart to the day of each other in July of 2011 and 2012.
It wasn't Ice-T's intention, when he produced the 2012 documentary “Something for Nothing: The Art of Rap,” to return hip - hop's most important old-school acts to the stage. ... “We send these concerts out, and they're always packed, and always so much.
Over the last few years, Kendrick Lamar has become one of the biggest names in music. He has gone from underground hip - hop leader to festival headliner. At Coachella in 2012 , Dr. Dre brought him onstage (as well as a 2Pac hologram!) for a passing of.
The last of the events , dishearteningly, Living Legends did not address significantly — the group kept it largely positive — but they did dedicate the last song of their regular set, "Never Falling Down," to the victims and survivors. ... To the.
Seattle-based hip hop star Macklemore is interviewed by music journalist Elliott Wilson at the Upstream Summit on Friday in Seattle. ... The Seattle native, who still lives in Capitol Hill just a few miles away from where he grew up, detailed his.
Denver Underground – 5 Local Musicians to Check Out in April. Drew Boulos ... From hip - hop to pop, alt-rock and more – we've got you covered. Have a ... Tang, along with her three-piece band, is crushing the music scene with a steady stream of concerts.
The five men have taken the live experience to new depths, transforming jazz, hip - hop , rock and anything else that can be imagined on stage into a whirlwind of past and present musical accomplishment. 303 Magazine was given the opportunity to discuss.
Brother Ali came up through the underground , briefly grabbing a bit of mainstream success before stepping out of the spotlight. Now the ... 1998: He meets Slug, Ant and other Minneapolis hip - hop artists who would create Rhymesayers Entertainment, which.