AUDIO: Kristofer Klarke’s “Life Goes”
Three weeks ago, Creed Chameleon and Grip H. offered up a new Kristofer Klarke song and it was called “Interlude”, which was not brief but a full and actual song. They’re bringing it back again courtesy of producer Neguim Beats and it’s called “Life Goes” because sometimes, it does and can.

AUDIO: Kristofer Klarke’s “Interlude”

Creed Chameleon and Grip H ar eback to the surface again together as ‚ÄčKristofer Klarke and this time around, they’re offering an “Interlude”. No, not a traditional interlude in the hip-hop sense but a full blooded song that’s just offer four minutes, which means you’ll have to listen to it in full to find out why it’s called an interlude in the first place. Good things come to those who wait.

VIDEO: Kristofer Klarke’s “Sunshine”

After having their song circulate for a few weeks, Kristofer Klarke take it to the visuals for “Sunshine”, directed by someone known as “Sondvision Films 2014”. Kristofer Klarke is the duo of Kristofer Rojas (formerly Creed Chameleon) and Klarke Castellanos, and together they make the kind of music that will weep in anticipation and goodness, both of them rhyming in their own unique style but blending to be the kind of unison that makes you miss the good times. No need to miss it when it’s here.

What’s also here: the song as a free download via Bandcamp below.

FREE DL: Kristofer Klarke’s “Sunrise”

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Klarke Castellanos and Kristofer Rojas are Kristofer Klarke. You may recognize them and may have known them under previous monikers (Grip H. and Creed Chameleon respectively), but it’s “previous” for a reason, thus why they call themselves Kristofer Klarke. Produced by Supa Koopa, you can say “Sunrise” is about a new dawn for the both of them, so you’ll want to put on some sunglasses for the time being. For more about the duo, click to their official Facebook page.

AUDIO: Grip H.’s “Do It For The Cloud”

Grip H is known in some circles as being one half of Kristofer Klarke, but here, we have Grip (or Mr. H to his closest friends) offering everyone a track he did with producer Tall Black Guy called “Do It For The Cloud”, which was not inspired by Twin Hype’s “Do It To The Crowd”. At first, you may think the song was recorded with nothing but a Radio Shack microphone and a Walkman but then things get more in tune and sound better, before you are blessed with a slice of nice.

AUDIO: Jim Hurdle’s “Southern Aloha” (street album)

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Jim Hurdle is representing Hawai’i with his style of hip-hop, and on his album Southern Aloha he brings on a number of guests to help him out, including Prie, Osna, and Dru Singer. You can take a listen to the tracks, or choose to download it. I wasn’t able to embed the player, so head here to take a listen and download the tracks individually or as a whole.