Babah gets spiritual and explores the way sound changes our bodies

Babah Fly has been a staple in the Denver Hip-Hop scene since 1998. With conscious lyrics and an energetic high pitched delivery over his uniquely crafted beats, he started making a name for himself performing in underground graffiti art venues around Denver. Babah Fly studied under Jazz trumpeter Ron Miles for a number of years while attending college at UCD majoring in music production and engineering.

In his CreativeMorning’s talk Babah describes how sound and rhythm define our communication, affect our health, and determine our person-hood.

About the speaker

Babah Fly has been a staple in the Denver Hip-Hop scene since 1998. With conscious lyrics and an energetic high pitched delivery over his uniquely crafted beats, he started making a name for himself performing in underground graffiti art venues around Denver. Babah Fly studied under Jazz trumpeter Ron Miles for a number of years while attending college at UCD majoring in music production and engineering.

Known for his classic, true school and progressive Hip-Hop style, Babah Fly was called a Denver Hip-Hop Icon by The Westword in 2009.

The Emcee/Producer has put out multiple projects under such names as: The High-Tops, BabahWird, The Denver Avengerz, Bugaboo and FLY4WIRD. He has shared the stage with a number of Hip-Hop’s pioneers including: KRS-One, Slick Rick, De La Soul, Kool Keith, Living Legends Crew, Zion I and many more.

Listen to Babah’s work on his Youth on Record page, which we used for this bio.

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