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Photo Essay: Denver Hip-Hop Comes Together for 3hree Project Soundstage

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Some of the most prominent members of the Denver hip-hop scene came together at the Bluebird Theater last night for a spotlight performance of the 3hree Project. Spearhead by Denver Promoter Francois Baptiste and born out of KMG studios, the 3hree Project vision started in late 2013.

Over a year later, there is now an album and performances (like last night’s) to go with that vision. This was more of a celebration then a concert: a celebration of hard work, city pride, and unity. With nearly two dozen musicians from the 3hree Project on hand, the vibe was relaxed. This was a also part of DJ Ktone’s now-legendary birthday celebration, which for eight years has celebrated Denver and the music scene here. Meet a few performers and fans: 

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