Fresh Colorado hip-hop from Young Tenner, Killa Keezy, 2MX2 and Panama Soweto
Late Night Entertainment
Back again with another fresh batch of homegrown hip-hop. This week, we've got new cuts from newcomers Young Tenner and Killa Keezy, while scene veterans 2MX2 deliver a song about the mischievousness of certain women and Panama Soweto works to uplift the voices of the unheard.
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Young Tenner - "Sexy Smoker"
"Sexy Smoker" is dedicated to the pretty ladies who enjoy Denver's other favorite pastime. The beat is sexy and seductive, with a pulsing soft piano intro that leads into layers of complementary sounds during the chorus, keeping the joint low-key. Young Tenner's rhymes are relaxed as he sends out an invite, with a vocal inflection similar to Wiz Khalifa's, to those ladies who need to relax after a hard day at work.
Killa Keezy - "Always Ride"
Killa Keezy drops a heartfelt song about the struggles of life over a beat produced by MF Two. The track, which is sample-driven and reminiscent of something you might catch Dipset on, serves as a good backdrop for the song's introspective angle. The soulful nature of the production is balanced well with Keezy's inviting delivery and makes for very easy listening.