Fresh Colorado hip-hop from H*Wood, Myrical and ODawg, Trev Rich and Boozilla and Dae Dai

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Back again here with another fresh batch of homegrown hip-hop. This week we've got a new club anthem from Myrical, a genre-blending gem from Hwood, a new cut from Trev Rich and sweet serenade from Boozilla with some help from Dae Dai. Continue on to see what's good this week.

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Fresh Colorado hip-hop from Musa Bailey, Trev Rich, Kid Vegas and Cool Ray

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Back with another fresh batch of homegrown hip-hop. This week we've got new releases from Musa Bailey, who takes listeners on a musical ride through the West with How to Survive When You're Dead, plus new cuts from Trev Rich, Kid Vegas and newcomer Cool Ray. Continue on to see what's good.

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Fresh Colorado hip-hop from the Soul Pros, Mr. Midas, Spoke In Wordz and Aires Jackson

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Back with another fresh batch of local hip-hop. This week, we've got a little something for everybody; whether you dig the old-school vibe of the Soul Pros, the futuristic sounds of Aires Jackson or something more reflective of this era, we think you'll come away satisfied. Along with cuts from those acts, Mr. Midas brings the attitude to "Ask About Me" and Spoke In Wordz goes HAM on "What I'm After," with help from Detour. Keep reading to see what's good.

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Fresh Colorado hip-hop from Capo Coleone, G-Slick, Lkeys and Yung June

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Back again with a fresh batch of local hip-hop, the first crop of 2014. This installment of That's a Rap is dominated by club anthems set on partying up for the new year: Capo Coleone starts off with a big house party, G-Slick offers interesting production on a new cut featuring Dzo, Lkeys delivers another club banger and Yung June gives the streets a party track. Keep reading to see what's good.

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Fresh Colorado hip-hop from Kevin Pistol, Jahni Denver, Catch Lungs and Foodchain

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We're back with another fresh batch of Colorado hip-hop, all with stimulating videos to bring the tracks to life. First, the often controversial Kevin Pistol returns with a track about his superior mike control, while Jahni Denver drops an inspiration track with help from Krizz Kaliko. Catch Lungs, meanwhile, attempts to change the game with "Nip Tuk," and Foodchain adds visuals to its MMJ anthem "Young Amsterdam." Continue on to see what's good this week.

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Fresh Colorado hip-hop from Spoke In Wordz, Slo Pain, Manifes and Aires Jackson

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Back with another batch of fresh local hip-hop. This week, we've got a new clips from Spoke In Wordz featuring the 17th and Fokis, a cut from Slo Pain for hardcore fans, as well as fresh goodness from Rap League Manifest, assisted by Planet Asia, and Aires Jackson, who just dropped an incredible track and video. Continue on to see what's good.

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Fresh Colorado hip-hop from Logistixx, Myrical, SP Double and High Class

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We're back with another batch of fresh local hip-hop. This week, Logistixx, of the fusion group Drop Switch, has dropped a video for his single, "Dreams," off of his New Paradigm LP, Myrical and labelmate Jasmine Love team up for a real easy listen called "Motivated" from his album of the same name, SP Double's brings fire on his new single "My Crown," and a new group, High Class, consisting of PIKE and Dreem, get alternative with a remix of Danish artist MØ.

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Fresh Colorado hip-hop from Turner Jackson, Mr. Midas, Kruza Kid and Young Doe

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We're back with another batch of fresh local hip-hop. We've got a new tune from Turner Jackson's new project Black Electric Love and a new cut from Mr. Midas's forthcoming project, Red Card and Green Bottles. Kruza Kid, meanwhile, channels his inner Doors, and Young Doe drops a powerful track dealing with the struggles of poverty and pain. Continue on to hear what's good.

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Fresh Colorado hip-hop from Big House and Ace, Lytes Edison, DC Smilez and KooQua

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Back again with more fresh Colorado-grown hip-hop. This week's batch features some classic hip-hop stylings from Big House and Ace, a pleasantly surprising track from newcomer Lytes Edison, a club anthem from Cash Addict's DC Smilez and KooQua shinning on a new cut. Keep reading to see what's good this week.

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Fresh Colorado hip-hop from Richie Rich, Monte Burns, F.Lawless and Tommy Brown

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Richie Rich's street anthem is one of four new tracks this week.

Back again with more fresh Colorado-grown hip-hop. This week's batch features a hustle anthem from Richie Rich, and Monte Burns showing his versatility. F.Lawless, meanwhile, drops a new video from his solo debut, Limbo, and Tommy Brown shows off his ink and moolah. Continue on to see what's good.

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