The Infectious Charm of Coleman Hell's '2 Heads'
    • MONDAY, JULY 20, 2015

    • Posted by: Patrick Pilch

    Today is the first day I've heard of Coleman Hell, and for the past hour or so I've been wondering why I haven't heard their entrancing pop tunes seizing national radio waves. Originally one half of the Burnz N Hell hip hop duo, Coleman Hell has quickly gained attention for his banjo-laden dance track "2 Heads", acquiring over 24 million plays on Spotify. The singer/songwriter/producer has been responsible for churning out an EP and multiple singles, quickly gaining him Internet fame and attention from blogs like EarMilk and Neon Gold. Check out our interview with Coleman Hell here.

    Coleman Hell's latest video for their summer smash
    2 Heads" features a booze-fueled, redneck wedding with a runaway bride who manages to escape the clutches of her philandering groom, who seems to have no problem with checking out other women at his own dive bar reception. Amidst the debauchery of the tawdry wedding, the bride makes a run for it with Coleman himself, aka the wedding singer at the reception. The setting and ambiance of the video perfectly matches the layered banjo riff occupying the incredibly catchy track.

    Check out the video for "2 Heads" below:

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