Alaska of Hangar 18 updated fans on the group’s blog at MySpace (@hangareighteen) on Monday (February 23), revealing that the hip hop trio are calling it a day. Alaska writes:
You may or may not know this by now, but Hangar 18 is now defunct. We decided a few months back to put a halt to the Hangar. We are all on good terms, we all still see each other all the time. It wasn’t on bad terms. We just sort of ran out of creative juice and there was nowhere else to go with Hangar. Sure we could have kept on and made music that was uninspired and that we weren’t fully into but we felt that it wasn’t fair to you guys or to us.
So here is the update. Wind and his fiance have started their own business and they are doing very well.
Paul is still directing and writing commercials, spending time with his wife and daughter.
I have started a new group with my boy Kojo called Alaska and Kojo are The Crack Epidemic. We have just finished our first EP called ‘Woke Up This Morning’ and we are working on a full length album.