The Denver hip-hop scene is feeling the spirit of the giving season …

The Denver hip-hop scene is feeling the spirit of the giving season. Cashing in on the heavy internet traffic during this time of year, local artists have gathered their studio elves and are dropping singles and music videos (and even an EP) all over the place.

Trev Rich – The Way We Love EP

Trev Rich and his Squizzy Gang affiliates have taken over the city, and they continue to impress with every project. Now, Trev is back with a new EP titled The Way We Love. Again, we can see why Trev is so dominant in our state, and why so many people have picked him as the next to blow. This is a must download if you consider yourself a hip-hop head in Colorado. Support Trev and stream (and especially buy) The Way We Love on SoundCloud or Spotify.


Pries – "Return Of No Glue"

Pries had an amazing 2015 and is ending it on a high note with his new video for "Return of No Glue" — the first track off of the impressive No Glue 3 mixtape, dropped earlier this year. The video is shot at Loveland Pass by Verax Creative, which is quickly becoming one the best video go-tos in the state. Pries is full of talent and potential, and we can't wait to see what he plans on doing in 2016.


Tripper Jones – "Majors ft. Decolo"

Two of our favorite local artists, Tripper Jones and Decolo, are back with "Majors" — the last single before the release of Tripper's newest project. These two have linked up so many previous times that their chemistry is impossible to miss. The project is set to release in early 2016, so make sure you keep your eye on the grind that is Tripper Jones.