Colorado Springs hip-hop group Bullhead*Ded releases new music video “Sorry for the Bad Dancing.” The music video was filmed and edited by Kind Dub at Che Bong’s album release show for Telescope to the Heavens. “Sorry for the Bad Dancing” is the first single off Bullhead*ded’s 3 part EP series which will be released later this May and included on the Boiled Bones EP. Nato produced the beat and clearly hit the mark…because ZETfree laid down some truly horrible dance moves. However, they were choreographed extremely well and the reception from the audience was priceless. The Bullhead*ded crew threw one hell of a show that night and kept the party moving until the wheels fell off! Be on the look out for the official release of Boiled Bones which will be available for download later this spring here.
Maulskull recently released some new visuals for “Martyr” off his upcoming album Unamazing Grace. Anderson Flicks directed the music video for this self-produced track and it will be the last single we hear before his official album release this spring. Over the years Maulskull has surely made his mark in the underground hip-hop community touring nationally alongside acts such as Sadistik, Cage, DJ Abilities and Read More »
TMC recently dropped some fly visuals for his new single “That’s Me” off his upcoming project The 719 LP. This classic boom-bap style beat supplied by AATMA really lays the foundation for some honest, heavy bars. TMC crushed it with that raw, gritty flow that is sure to keep the heads nodding throughout. Whodashoota directed the video in good fashion and the edition of the live performance footage really brought this video together well. Read More »
Babah Fly recently released the music video for “Sol Survive” off his new album Interstate Intersteller. The track features Michelle Rocqet of The Milk Blossoms singing on the hook and Joshua Trinidad of Wheel Chair Sports Camp on the trumpet. This joint definitely has an uplifting, soulful tone that exemplifies Babah Fly’s ability to connect on a spiritual level while also giving praise to the wellness, eco-hop Read More »
Whiskey Blanket will be releasing their new album Thick As Thieves Saturday, December 23rd at The Ogden Theater alongside The Living Legends and Hieroglyphics for the 11th annual How the Grouch Stole Christmas tour. The multi talented-trio has been wrecking sets while incorporating violin, cello and turntablism into their extraordinary theatrical performance for over a decade. Whiskey Blanket is truly a Listen & Read More
Insomniaks (Six O’ Clock x Contact x Jus-1) have been making noise on the underground hip-hop circuit since the mid 90’s. Rob G filmed and edited the new video for “Culture Shock” off their 6th studio album which was produced by Monsta Mike. This joint definitely has a west coast vibe with that G-Funk synth Read More
“Right Now” is the first single from Rebel Historian, the latest solo release by Six O’clock. Cheff Premier produced a mesmerizing boom-bap style beat which truly sets the tone for some dope, reflective rhymes by all parties involved. This video definitely has an old-school, throwback feel that was executed extremely well by director (and person you should know) Jeremy Pape. “If you don’t know, now you know!” – Biggie Smalls voice. On another note, Six O’clock does a great job of reminiscing on his past hardships while staying true to himself in the process. The ultimate message throughout this track is one of perseverance, dedication and the inherent need to keep good friends and family in your circle. Rebel Historian is currently streaming on all major digital platforms. Download “Right Now” here.
Bullhead*ded is a Colorado Springs based underground hip-hop group and long time local favorite consisting of ZETfree, Nato and Che-Bong. From the studio to the stage Bullhead*ded has continued to produce quality, thoughtful music over the years and throw a powerful, engaging live set. “Snuffed” is the first Single from Bullhead*ded’s upcoming album Brazen and surprisingly, the first official music video from the group. The beat was produced by Maulskull and Don Fausto directed video. The production here definitely gives off a wild western, lone ranger kind of vibe which compliments the video’s concept and leaves the listener eager to hear more. Put yourself in the mind of a lost soul trying to make sense of modern day struggles only to ultimately discover the only constant in life: death. My advice to you, enjoy the ride and follow your heart until the day that flame is finally snuffed out. Download the song here.
My name is Josh Warner. I am co-founder of the independent hip-hop collective Travellers Music.
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