Jeff Campbell's one-man show, Who Killed Jigaboo Jones?, premieres tonight at work | space. Our Show & Tell blog spoke with Campbell about the show, and that piece focuses primarily on the production. We also caught up with Campbell, who's been a stalwart of the Colorado hip-hop scene for the better ... More >>
In the fall of 2006, A.P.O.S.T.L.E. - aka Jeff Campbell -- left Denver for San Francisco with his crew, Heavyweight Dub Champion, with hopes of making a bigger splash outside the Mile High City. Fast forward to spring 2008, Apostle is no longer working with Heavyweight Dub Champion and released his ... More >>
Locals Only: It’s been about a year since former executive director of the Colorado Hip-Hop Coalition, Apostle, aka Jeff Campbell, left Colorado to focus solely on his music career with his group Heavyweight Dub Champions. But the impact the Colorado Hip-Hop Coalition had in the late '90’s and e ... More >>
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Hard work and lots of play make Bedz a very busy DJ.
Denver's plummet from the summit.
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Russell's next jam may not be as def as expected.
A long-awaited Hip-Hop Summit looks like the real deal.
KRS-One brings the lowdown to church
Yo, yo: The Hip-Hop Summit is coming to town. We hope.
Rappers rally to stir the political pot in Denver.
Skyjack Radio briefly took over Denver radio -- and its pilots are eager to hit the airwaves again.
Jeff Campbell's hip-hop classes are about reading, writing and rapping.
Get 2 Da Point takes hip-hop to the classroom.
Slim Cessna has seen the light.