VIDEO PREMIERE | Ephelant & Time | Falling Up

VIDEO PREMIERE | Ephelant & Time | Falling Up

Ephelant and Time collaborate for the debut track ‘Falling Up’ from the forthcoming release, How to Sew Wounds With Words.

Denver, CO rapper, Time has been on our radar at The Unheard Nerd for some time now, so we’re hyped to be able to bring you an exclusive premiere of the new video for his collaborative track with Ephelant titled Falling Up.

A talented rapper, Time has worked with Kool Keith, Sole, Budo and Jake One as well as provided production for Common. Not only a talented musician he’s also published articles with Noam Chomsky. Ephelant aka Stephen Vining doesn’t confine himself to musical projects either. As an actor he has featured as one of the more notable walkers in The Walking Dead.

The new release How to Sew Wounds With Words is expected out in late October / Early November, we’ll bring you news of that when it drops. Until then check out more from Time on his tumblr or via twitter.

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