Rap-Up: Top 5 2008 Colorado Hip-Hop YouTube videos

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Along with having a MySpace page, some photos and MP3s, it's become a necessity for Colorado hip-hop artists to have a YouTube account and a camcorder nearby.Many artists are now taking the responsibility of recording their own videos and events in order to promote their latest projects, as well as documenting their work or just giving the fans something to chew on for a while. After the jump, check out my five favorite YouTube videos created by Colorado hip-hop artists in 2008.

"Hands Up" - The Reminders

BreakEFX at Colorado's Best Dance Crew

"Fire Escape" - Distrakt

Infinite Mindz practice session #3

"The Avenue" - UmConscious

Honorable Mention:

"Mi Pueblo" - Illfluent 
"Slap Music/Top Back" - Nyke Nitti 

DJ Vajra spinning with DJ Q-Bert and DJ Phase

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