I know I keep telling you this, but it's true. Mark my words: Colorado hip-hop is on the verge of breaking through. And when it does, it will be on the sheer will of its principals. Cats are constantly on the grind and representing -- even when they change zip codes. Case in point: SP Double. Although he's now hanging his hat in south Florida, the CO is clearly still on his mind.
Remember a few weeks ago, when we posted the link to the live Ustream of he and FOE holed up in the studio creating new tracks on the fly (or working on their CO/LAb album, as they put it, with beats by NaeH One from Los Angeles)? The track we watched them build from the ground up was called "Rescue Rangers." Not only has the track been finished, but SP has already wrapped a video to go with it -- after taking a trip to NYC. Yeah. Told you dude's are grinding. Take a look at their handiwork above.
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