Colorado Bright Vibes - Hosted by New Profession ft. Zach G. & Mr. Ronins, You, Soul J. Debonair and Aidan Kernan
2637 Welton St.,
Denver, CO, 80205
Doors 8:00 PM / Show 9:00 PM (event ends at 2:00 AM)
This event is 16 and over
New Profession is an upcoming artist out of Denver, Colorado, trending to create a different perception of hip hop through imagery, personal experiences, and topics never really used before in the hip hop genre. He just dropped his first mixtape “Ideas Above the Clouds” and an album “A New Era of Hip Hop and is now working on a second album. His first two projects showcase his unique rhyming skills, metaphors, ideas, and wordplay and will be building on this. As he looks into the faces of the crowd at his live show, you feel his passion as he pours his soul out to the audience. He just put out a music video that takes on a subject that not many hip hop artists have really ventured into about death, waking up in a coffin, and not taking advantage of your life to the fullest.
“I am trying to create something different, something that no one has ever heard before.”
You could compare New Profession to many different artists from Rhymesayers, but New Profession is making a name for himself through his personality and connection to fans.
New Profession has a hunger that will never disappear. He explains,
“I have this motivation that tells me to get up every morning early and go to bed late just to perfect my craft.”
Whenever he isn’t working his day job or studying for college, he tries to make something better of his career as a hip hop artist, whether it be promoting, writing, or thinking about what ideas to do next. He has defined success in only five months by playing many shows, putting out an album two music video, & and mixtape, and has started to host his own shows. He is becoming well known on the Internet and through his city from the beginning of 2012. This has been done by cutting out any distractions in his life:
“I sleep as little as possible, only party once in a while, and put all my money into my art.”
His influences range from Mac Miller’s success, to any artist that has started a movement in hip hop and changed the game, including Atmosphere, Notorious B.I.G, and Jay-Z.
“Lately I have been studying every successful hip hop artist’s story and their music.”
New Profession continues to progress each day, rehearsing his songs during four-hour shifts at work and often writing and promoting into the late hours of the night.
“I have made so many goals, I don’t know where to start counting. Every time I meet a goal, I make a new one.”
Look out for his next Album dropping in the beginning of 2013 and his EP dropping early next year as well as a couple more music videos. This style of hip hop has never been done before, and he welcomes anyone with an open mind to follow his inspiring journey to brighten both his future and yours.
Mr. Ronins takes listeners into another trance with heavy bass wobbles and unique soundscapes. He combines fast paced techno sounds with deep hip hop bass lines to bring out a completely new sounding type of electronic. Throwing in piano and violins throughout to capture the uniqueness of all types of genres cramming it all into one song for your ears to bang to.
Soul J. Debonair
From the 90's era, Soul j debonair's music is the complete blend of hip hop, mixed with the influence of classic soul, & ,modern day R&B. The intense fusion brings about an entirely different listening experience and revels a truth of inspiration.
" I feel my music is constantly at a cross when it comes to matters of Genre. Due to my wide array of music influences i felt i was always having to choose between hip hop & R&B. So instead of picking & choosing it was easier for me to blend them."
( Where did your name come from?)
"My name simply defines the characteristics of myself & music, I like to think of my music as being soulful pleasing to the spirit. I am also very spiritual. J not only being the first letter of my name but also stands for jubilant I want the music i make to create joy. And finally debonair i want to bring a more sophisticated and classy form of music that speaks truth and dosn't shy away from the issues but isn't overly vulgar."
Young rapper from Denver, Colorado
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