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The Seventh SYU Review @monstalung

Hyphen has really grown. As a producer, it was the breath control I noticed the biggest difference in from the Mind's Mixtape days. The retirement theme throughout the album was corny though, I don't believe in cutting something off that brings one so much joy (unless you're a serial killer, lol). My favorite track is "Rewind" produced by Chris Kessell, who actually is my favorite WV producer (someone else on that retirement bullshit, lol). Overall, I hear growth in him, but I just don't think he is done growing. Honestly, I think he was just "beginning to grow".

Justin Umstead (@Defmc4Life) Interviewed Me

Originally posted: http://tricycleoffense.wordpress.com/2014/05/01/everyday-people-an-effort-to-understand-kelen-b-hyphen-conley/ & http://www.partymonstas.com/2014/05/01/interview-kelen-b-hyphen-conley

Today, I have the pleasure of bringing you a first-class interview with a successful podcaster, talented hip-hop artist, and editor and co-owner of Partymonstas’ sister site, Tricycle Offense. My interview with B Hyphen (Not to be spelled “B-Hyphen” – that’s just redundant) has been a long time coming, and a lot has changed for him both personally and professionally since we decided to undertake this interview a little over a year ago.

The Coaster Series (All 11 Episodes)

Nocturne Travel Agency Podcast - Episode #4: JT Krul

In this episode of the Nocturne Travel Agency Podcast, Thomas sits down with comic book writer JT Krul!

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Nocturne Travel Agency Podcast – Episode #4: JT Krul

Soon You'll Understand (Review) by Johnathan McCumber

Kelen “B Hyphen” Conley is many things: writer, thinker, wrestling fanatic, nerd, and artist just to name a few. Add to this list of descriptors: father, as Hyphen has just become one, not just of a baby girl, but of an album.

Soon You’ll Understand is a project that was oft spoken about by Hyphen, mentioned many times in the same breath as claims of retirement, but it kept getting pushed back. Nearing in on the birth of his daughter, it was only fitting, you’d think, that B Hyphen’s “labor of love” finally had the opportunity to see the light of day.