"If there were ever a moment for a queer, disabled rapper with a love for pot, jokes, and revolution to be a star, the moment is now" - Village Voice

Denver's biggest smallest band.

Combining humor, playfulness, middle fingers, and an undeniable love for the groove, Wheelchair Sports Camp is certainly not your average hip-hop act. 

 Fronted by Kalyn Rose Heffernan - a wheelchair using, profanely queer and tiny rapper, with a very distinctly high pitched sense of humor. The noisey experiment was birthed by the DIY, combining beats with shredding face live. Playing shows in every place they could, the band has since stretched into theatre, performance art, public television, politics, prison tours, permanent installations, film, and who knows what's next....

"You can't really pin Kalyn's beats and collaborators to a specific era or subgenre of hip-hop, and she always switches up her configuration and presentation and methodology while making the music happen in consistently fascinating ways." - Tom Murphy from the Westword


Tiny Happy Mayor of Denver - 2019

Civil Rights Award - 2019

Denver's Best Activist Musician - 2018

Independent Voice of the Year - 2017

Best Album Cover of the Year - NO BIG DEAL - 2017

Denver's Best Hip-Hop Group - 2017, 2014, 2013, 2012

Denver's Best Dressed Musician - 2016

Denver's Best Musician on Social Media - 2013