From Talk Radio to Top 40, Skurban to Network, Mixtapes to Blues Harps, Colin Kelly’s music transcends. Eminem meets Wierd Al. The Hip-Hop Bob Dylan.
CK’s flow on the infamous “Flat Buns” ads led to a ridiculous Ryan Seacrest diss version & a theme song for The Tom Leykis Show that he rocked live from Hugh’s house.
“We’ve had many bands come to The Playboy Mansion, play their biggest hit,” Leykis declared. “That was as good as anything. Absolutely. Amazing.”
Nasty Breeze, Colin(aka Breeze)’s collab with Chi-to-LA producer Greasy GC & Denver Bronco Nate Jackson (aka Jack Nasty), scored a Willy Santos skate video and tracks for surf flick Second To None plus spins on NBC, ABC & MTV.
Pushing his Studio C Mixtape out of LA’s legendary KDAY led to a deal under superhero pseudonym ClarKent and a single with Sarah Michelle Gellar’s pornstar alter-ego for the bizarre film Southland Tales.
The ClarKent :: Double Identity LP & a harmonica-heavy Songs in the Key of G are both slated for 2008 release, with a world tour to follow.