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Transforming Lives Through Community: Falcons Youth Football Aaron Grimes and Damien Williams of Falcons Youth Football are making a profound impact on Denver’s Park Hill Community. As former athletes turned coaches, they bring diverse talents, such as Aaron’s skills with cameras and Damien’s passion for cooking, to support the youth. They focus on more than […]

Still a Good Job: Discovering Larry June Larry June is an American rapper with a West Coast sound that exudes a breezy, mellow vibe that is perfect for the summer season. June’s warm vocal timbre is meticulously blended with smooth instrumentals and chill beats. His music conveys a certain ease that makes a listener feel […]

Looking for some Buddy? If so, you may hear us playing his tunes here at THE DROP, where a few in particular are front-runners with our hosts and listeners – “Move On” “Should’ve Known” and “Trouble On Central.” And today we are giving the spotlight to this well-rounded artist. 

Yasmine’s music is more than just melodies and lyrics; it’s a powerful tool for healing and transformation. With a voice that feels as natural as breathing to her, she has a unique ability to open up minds and hearts, using her sound to inspire and heal.

Having won a Grammy in 2021 for her songwriting and vocals on Anderson .Paak’s “Lockdown,” Khalil is a rising star destined to dazzle. Signed to APESHIT, the label launched by .Paak, Khalil is ready to open herself up to vulnerability in her new music. “Is It Worth It” is a taste of her upcoming album CRYBABY, which will be a self-reflection on her personal journey. 

Thomas always knew she wanted to write for young people, and writes so that everyone can see themselves reflected in the stories they read.

The artist’s electrifying performance united generations through the power of hip-hop, showcasing its timeless appeal and cultural significance to a diverse crowd.

Governor Polis Signs Racial Equity Study Bill (SB 53)


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