Hopefully you haven’t been sleeping on BOB and Playboy Tre’s recent video output. First up is their collab with Philly’s own Meek Mill and the next joint has Tre returning to familiar subject matter– alkeehol. Check the videos and grab the downloads below as well. Shout out to The Motion Family who handled both of the vids.
And now for more THINGS WE LIKE! Honestly, I don’t know crap about Hip-Hop photorgraphy and photographers. The only reason I’m up on Jonathan Mannion is because I stumbled across some random post on Hypebeast about a show in Paris several weeks ago. He’s done some really amazing photography and captured some really iconic moments as the Vimeo videoclips below will quickly remind you. I’ve posted a couple of my favorites from his website above but I just thought I’d shout dude out on the blog real quick… because he’s ill! Anyway, go check his blog and follow the man on twitter after you watch the clips below.
This is my first music video, directed by an old friend of mine Chris and his partner Bill, who produce videos and many other things under the name Walter Robot. The video stars Chris’ brother Den, as he goes on a wild drug filled adventure through town, ending up in another stereotypical music video club scene. Den is often the muse in all of Chris’ work through the years, but he really gets to shine here. Chris has worked helping raise awareness for people with down syndrome throughout his life with various video projects such as this, and I’m glad to be a part in this strange and awesome experiment.
This is the kind of stuff that makes me proud of my hometown, Indianapolis. PROPS! is a former Indy resident now living in Seattle. I had never heard of dude until last week when I saw this video directed by my up and coming (NH) young homie Jace. Filmed in Naptown, Jace has been killing the music video game as of late. Peep his YouTube page for proof. First-rate production is provided by fellow Seatown native (and Jake One ally), Vitamin D.
Each week, DJCity.com hosts the MikiDz show where people from all over the world can tune in and see some of the best DJ’s that the country has to offer. This past week, a good friend of mine and Philly native (now residing in Los Angeles), DJ Excel was the special guest. I’ll let the video above do the talking.
You can check the video as well as interview from the show – here.
Next Tuesday, November 24th marks the release date of my newest release *THE MOST HIGH EP* featuring Roundhead on the vocals and excellent remixes by Top Billin, So Shifty, Federation Sound, and Mike 2600. The release also contains the previously vinyl-only cut “We Gon Make It” from the MCBU EP on Flamin Hotz as well as a brand spanking new joint called “Don’t Stop” all of which are previewed in the snippet above. Click after the jump for full youtube videos of each song/remix from the EP.
I’m really excited for this release and appreciate the support for Crossfaded Bacon! Don’t forget to follow CFB on Twitter!