Archive for Colin Munroe

Skillz & Colin Munroe Remake De La’s “Baby Phat”

Posted in Audio, Downloads with tags , , , , , on Wednesday, September 2, 2009 by Tim Althaus


Your favorite rappers favorite ghostwriter, and the R&B prodigy from Canada linked up to remake De La Soul’s classic track “Baby Phat“. Your boy Skillz & Colin Munroe do a great job of remaking an already great song. To be honest, I totally agree with the message that is being displayed on this track. All you ladies out there should definitely give this track a listen.You can catch this track with many other De La remakes on Mick Boogie’s newest project with Terry Urban, Le Da Soul: 20 Years of De La Soul.

Download: Skillz, “Baby Phat ’09” (Feat. Colin Munroe)

Spotted @ 2DopeBoyz


Beatnick & K-Salaam – “Don’t Die” feat. Bun B, Talib Kweli, and Colin Munroe

Posted in News with tags , , , , , on Monday, July 20, 2009 by Nolan Levenson


The production duo Beatnick & K-Salaam released Whose World Is This? last summer and are releasing a new FREE project via illRoots next week (7/28). This track, “Don’t Die” features Bun B, Talib Kweli, and Colin Munroe. The new album will feature the likes of Lil Wayne, Young Buck, K’naan, and many more!

you can download it here

shout out to Okayplayer.

Colin Munroe on HipHop Dx’s DX NEXT

Posted in News with tags , , , , on Wednesday, February 11, 2009 by Tim Althaus

colinmunroe I have already made a post about this extraordinary artist and prodigy Colin Munroe. This guy is absoutely captivating and is one of the most talented singers and musicians that I’ve heard in awhile. I normally am not a big fan of singers usually but this guy is a completely different story. I first heard this guy on Black Milk’s new album Tronic on the track “Without U” and was blown away by his talent. Some of you might have also heard of him from the “Flashing Lights (Remix)” and chances are if you haven’t heard of him yet you will very soon.

HipHop DX just did a feature on Colin Munroe in their DX Next feature. Apparently Colin is a huge fan of Detroit Hip-Hop and I’m guessing that’s how he got linked with Black Milk. Check out the article because it’s a great read on the future of music, because this kid is it.

HipHop DX’s Next Features Colin Munroe

Video: Colin Munroe “Will I Stay (remix)” feat. Wale [Rehearsal Footage]

Posted in Video with tags , , , , on Thursday, January 29, 2009 by Tim Althaus

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I want to tell you all that I am not posting this video because of Wale (because I think he is average, he’s good, but not that good) but because of Colin Munroe. I first heard Colin on Black Milk’s latest release Tronic on the track “Without U“. I had a chance to read about Colin Munroe, and I must admit that this guy can do pretty much anything, he is the complete package when it comes to a musician. When it comes to fresh voices and background vocals you are going to be hearing a ton of this guy in the next year. Check out this video and realize how amazing Colin Munroe is. Not to mention he produces most of his own music.

Also check out:

Colin Munroe is: The Unsung Hero




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Video spotted at OKP