Monthly Archives: July 2012
AUDIO: Rick Ross ft. Jay-Z & Dr. Dre – 3 Kings
VIDEO: Jet Life Chronicles Series Episode 1
CJ Wallis, videographer and editor, brings us the Jet Life Chronicles series. Here is episode 1 with Spitta and company chillin’ and shooting a video for “Hammers & Vogues” with Maybach Music Group member Stalley.
VIDEO: Shooter James Holmes and UN Small Arms Conspiracy?
An exploration of the huge questions behind the James Holmes Batman movie theater massacre. Questions include:
* Where did James get his bomb-making training?
* How did James acquire his military-style weapons and gear?
* Why were his actions such a departure from his known personality?
* Why did he calmly surrender to police without a fight?
* Why did he tip off the cops to the bomb booby traps at his apartment?
* Was this part of an agenda related to the UN small arms treaty?
I ran across an interesting article and this video was posted along with it so I thought I’d share. This is via Natural News.
VIDEO: Gangrene Ft. Roc Marciano – Drink Up
Off Vodka & Ayahuasca. It’s cool to finally see some visuals for this. Check out the album if you haven’t already.
And since I still can’t seem to figure out how to post some embedded codes on this forsaken blog I’ll provide you with the link. Why does YouTube’s embedded code post so easily and other sites that provide their embedded code WordPress can’t recognize?
Any who, featured by Red Bull “Drink Up”.
VIDEO: Curren$y – My Favorite Verse
In this clip Spitta sits down with Soul Culture to talk about his favorite verse from “Breakfast”. It’s interesting to hear the background story about how the track came together organically with Mos Def. Or should I say Yasiin Bey?
If you haven’t heard “Breakfast” check out the video below. I remember when they dropped this like it was only yesterday. It would be cool to see Spitta get back in the mix with Dame and Ski and more Creative Control videos. Enjoy.
G.O.O.D. Music Sits Down With Complex Magazine
Here we get to see a behind the scenes look into what the artists behind the movement feel about the brand. Though Kanye is M.I.A. it’s still pretty cool to see Q-Tip and Common in the mix.
I wonder how GLC, Really Doe, and Cons feel when they see things like this? And where’s CyHi The Prynce?
Via the good folks over at complex.com