Denver, CO, August 25, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Hip-Hop collective, Forgotten Culture, unexpectedly dropped a full length LP titled Blue Sky Blues on July 11th, 2014. The Colorado hip-hop group once riddled by drug addiction and personal conflict, finally defeated their demons and successfully recorded their most compelling project after a mysterious 3-year hiatus. Blue Sky Blues will undoubtedly be a top contender for Westword’s Best Hip-Hop Album 2014 and is a must have for any hip-hop fan; especially those hailing from the Mile High City. While Forgotten Culture is traditionally known for their dark, early 90’s horrorcore influence, Blue Sky Blues is noticeably more mature in content without compromising too much of their signature sound. Best Track Records produced the 14-track landscape, which MC duo Paperthin and Addverse complement seamlessly. Physical copies of Forgotten Culture’s newest album can be purchased directly from the group at http://forgottenculture.bigcartel.com/. Digital versions are available online at Amazon, iTunes, and Spotify.
Since the collective’s inception in 2007, Forgotten Culture quickly became one of the most respected and well-known local groups in Aurora, CO. “They carry an air about them, which was and still is very raw and very underground. There is something uniquely relatable and laymen about their approach. You won’t find elaborate music videos online, they aren’t flooding social media, and professional photos of the group have yet to be found. While they come off as your “rapper next door” type, together Paperthin and Addverse are arguably the most refined and well-practiced hip-hop duo in the Box State;” according to Organeyes Rhyme CEO, Markus Evans.
Forgotten Culture is back and apparently here to stay. They have already started working on a follow up project and you can expect to see them performing regularly soon. Be sure to check out Blue Sky Blues and keep up with the latest shenanigans on their Twitter @4gottenculture or on Facebook.