Fresh Colorado hip-hop from Mr. Midas, Myke Charles, Smoke G & 2MX2 and Int'l Petey

Categories: Hip-Hop

Justin Rodriguez

The Colorado hip-hop scene is starting off strong in the new year. Here we are less than a month in, and already we've been treated to a number of choice cuts. This week, we've got a fresh batch of local hip-hop, including a new track from Mr. Midas, featuring L.A.M.A. Squad, Foodchain and SP Double, plus new music from Myke Charles, 2MX2 and Int'l Petey. Keep reading to see what's good this week.

See also:
- Fresh local hip-hop from Man Mantis, Fly 4 Ward, ILL Silla, DGirl the Bombshell
- Fresh local hip-hop from Pries, SP Double, Myke Charles, Molina Speaks, AG Flux
- Fresh local hip-hop: A Broncos anthem, plus new cuts from Billy Lipz, Young Doe

Mr Midas - "Whammy" feat Sp Double, Namm and F. Lawless
In preparation for his new project Red Cards and Green Bottles, Mr. Midas delivers an unconventional track featuring SP Double, Namm from L.A.M.A. Squad and F. Lawless from the Foodchain. The MCs spit fiery rhymes over a grimy beat for a song that delivers a great mix of hard-hitting hip-hop and street savvy.

Myke Charles - "Time to Kill" feat Emilio Rojas
Myke Charles displays his verbal dexterity on this track with Emilio Rojas. Charles describes his late night flirtations as his way of killing time. Smooth melancholy synths set the tone for this introspective, new-age, Drake-style track. The song is about the love life of an artist and his interactions with the ladies, but the focus is on career over love: "I put money over these dimes/Every time," raps Charles.

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