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Houston, Texas Graff

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Houston, Texas Graff

Posted on 01 May 2012 by admin


Grave CBS IN Houston, Texas off Henderson at Weah’s Warehouse Yard!

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Mistah FAB – Letter to My Daughter

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Mistah FAB – Letter to My Daughter

Posted on 29 April 2012 by admin

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Longmont, CO

Posted on 15 April 2012 by admin

Heres an alley way in Longmont thats steady with dope shit!






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San Diego Graffiti

Posted on 04 April 2012 by admin

Heres some graff recently captured in San Diego.









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East at Community Service

Posted on 22 February 2012 by admin

New piece out back Community Service Hip Hop Shop 3356 S Broadway done 2/22/12

Aste by East


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Freight caught Denver

Posted on 30 January 2012 by admin




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Miami Graff

Posted on 19 May 2011 by breez




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Freights Denver

Posted on 01 May 2011 by breez

Some dope freights encountered by the Denver Coliseum




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Colorado Casuals Car Club

Posted on 16 April 2011 by breez


The CasualS originated back in 1966 when 4 primos and one close homie formed what began as a band. The Original CasualS were Gary Howell, Adolph and Mack Jaramillo, and Manuel and David Apodaca. Their love for music went hand in hand with their love for cars. David Apodaca, the original President, started their annual cruise called “the Annual Manuel” (named after his brother) to reflect both the love of cruising and more importantly, the love of Family. This is known today as CasualS Love! Sadly, on 9/14/03 David Apodaca passed away but he instilled in all that he knew, that CasualS love is the most important thing to carry with you no matter what you are doing. Today the CasualS are run by David’s son-in-law and President Robert “OldSkool” Gonzales, and Vice President Isaac “Smiley” Cabrera. Today OldSkool is trying to carry on the tradition that David started back in day: The CasualS can not be categorized in any one class, they have members from all over the car culture as well as members who don’t even own a car, but carry that unique personality that is required of all Crew Members.

In 2010 crew members range from band members, rap artists, music producers, dancers, community activist, moms, dads, sons, and daughters. Over the years the Colorado CasualS have had multiple performances, everywhere from Arvada to Downtown Denver. Their latest performance was on Saturday June 12th at the 1st annual CasualS car show “Dreaming on Chrome.” Despite the rain and gloomy weather the show was still a success. All the CasualS were out in full force including those from other local car clubs.   Everyone involved was impressed with the show and the turn out (especially considering the weather) and earned the label of “ Die Hards” as they have proven that what they do is their lifestyle and not just a hobby. The plan is to have this show be an annual event, held at the same place and weekend for years to come. So next year The Colorado CasualS “Dreaming on Chrome” car show promises to be bigger and better, so mark your calendar…  “We are not only a Crew ~ We are Family”  The Colorado CasualS







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Mile High Madness Volume 2

Mile High Madness

Posted on 16 April 2011 by breez

Freestyle DVD

If you’ve been anywhere in the streets of Denver, you’ve no doubt run into Joe Thunder.  This considerable and extremely recognizable man can be seen at almost every Hip Hop event, usually with his humble camera in hand to document it all. Joe is the proprietor of popular blog, but he always has many projects going on at a given time.  His latest baby, Mile High Madness is a DVD series that highlights all the elements of Hip Hop and how they’re celebrated in Denver, and Colorado, in general.

Joey T recently got the ball rolling by releasing the first two installments of Mile High Madness at a release party last month. Volume One features many live performances by Colorado favorites such as F.O.E., Karma, Big Wheel , Haven, Fresh Breath Committee and Diamond Boiz (just to name a few).

Volume Two has a slightly different format than the pilot, but showcases the same caliber of talent.  Performances by The ReMINDers, Turner Jackson and many more keep the energy high, while interviews with Jher, Mr. Midas, and Lazy Eyez inform the viewer that there’s intelligence and pride in this community.

Beyond highlighting the musicians, both volumes embrace the other aspects of the culture as well. Mile High Madness features many of Colorado’s Kings of graffiti too.  With nearly impossible footage of cats getting up all city, from trains to billboards to unfathomable ledges; all the way to the  massive two block or more productions, we get a look at the art being created.  All footage is mindful to keep identities under wraps to respect and protect all the artists involved.

Joe has a knack for making people feel at home; it could be his laid back personality, or the free-flowing chronic, but regardless of the reason, Joe always has the exclusive performances, interviews and tracks that no one else has heard.  This can be found in MHM in the footage of a TKO cat bombing all of Denver in the cover of night, to blunt rolling lessons with F.O.E. or Turner Jackson acting a fool.  Joe flexes his filming skills in an unforgettable scene from behind the turntables with DJ Cysko Rokwel, where the viewer gets an almost forbidden look at life on the other side of the tables. Though not edited in any professional manner, or with expensive equipment, the outcome is honest and downright, fucking beautiful.

Mile High Madness series is an insider’s perspective to all the talent, grime and drama that makes the Colorado Hip Hop Community what it is, and who can’t respect that?

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