‘Listening to Me’ from Unbuttoned’s LP ‘Planes’.
Available now on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/ca/album/pla…
Director/Producer – Jamie Miller
Director Of Photography – Ryan Haas
1st AC – Ryan McIntyre
Electrics – Rodrigo Michelangeli, Josh McLean, John Palanca
Art Director – Thaddeus Eng
Art Assistants – Andy Kloske, Kristina Mileska, Oliver Whitfield-Smith
Makeup – Bedour Alagraa, Alyssa Manuel
The SARS Network’s TeMan is BACK!!! Tekman has been very busy since he was last seen working on his album ‘Familia Sobre Todo”, and its almost complete.
TekMan thought is was only right to give you a visual of his lead single “Success” as he celebrates that by bring you with him to Grenada! In this video, TekMan travels his homeland celebrating the success of the completion of his album.
TekMan “Success” is produced by Lyve and this video was filmed and edited by Lyme Lyte Video.
Twitter: @therollmodel @thesarsnetwork
“I don’t regret the stupid things that I’ve done. I regret the selfish things that I’ve done. I regret the cowardly things that I’ve done.”
Smart on the page, smart on the screen. Featuring original documentaries based on The Walrus magazine stories, the Walrus Talks speaker series, interviews, and more, as seen in high definition in Canada on Smithsonian Channel.
Previous: NEW VIDEO: SHAD (INTERVIEW W/ KUBE 93)
Directed by Alex Howard.
One of the best writers in hip-hop, Shad, visited KUBE 93’s Sunday Night Sound Session in Seattle on 6/11/14 to speak with DJ Hyphen and J. Moore. They discussed a variety of topics, exploring what it’s like coming up in Canada making his style of music, winning the Rap Juno Award (Canadian Grammy) over his countryman Drake, and how he chooses to promote himself in the US market. He also spoke about his last album, “Flying Colours,” and his plans to take the follow up project in a new direction, before running through a lightning round of questions covering 90’s sit-coms, left handed basketball players, his favorite sneakers, and more.
For more information on Sound Session, go here:
For all things dope, check Hyphen’s blog:
Shot & Edited by The First Ladies
Directed by Tristan C-M.
Would love to know the background on the Tona reference tho… cuz from my vantage point it’s kinda like a BK artist doing a song called Uncle Jeru.
Produced by Omito Beats.
Another new one from Minty Mint.
Directed by Chris Wong
Produced by Clams Casino
Directed by Fred E. Fame.
NEW VIDEO: Dan-e-o – Lil Elijah Say
Directed by Fred E Fame and produced by The 5th, “Lil Elijah Say” is the
fourth video from Dan-e-o’s third album, “Inevitable”, which is out now on
They say that the youth of today don’t respect lyricism in hip-hop.
Dan-e-o, along with G-Spot on the 1s and 2s, disprove that notion by
throwing a party in the park and featuring the six year-old son of
producer Charisma a.k.a. Skizzz, Elijah Dias on the hook of this
punchline-riddled banger! Note: This is the kid-friendly clean version.
Buy Dan-e-o’s new album “Inevitable”!
BANDCAMP | http://urbnet.bandcamp.com/album/inevitable
ITUNES | https://itunes.apple.com/album/inevitable/id733658982
Produced by Charisma a.k.a. Skizzz for Urban Bounce Productions
Š 2014 Daniel Faraldo. Distributed by URBNET Communications Inc.
WEBSITE | http://www.dan-e-o.com
TWITTER | http://www.twitter.com/Daneo10
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Directed by Tony Caferro.
DTR proudly presents Mad Dukez and Fresh Kils – hot off their globe trotting Repeat Offenders Tour – in the appropriately timed visual for their latest single, World Wide. Take a journey with Dukez and Kils to Vienna, Amsterdam, Prague, Paris and even a little bit of Texas as they rock crowds the globe over.
Editor Tim Cielinski asked Mad Dukez and Fresh Kils how it felt to play so many stages all over the planet:
Dukez: “Being on tour in both Europe and across the United States was an experience of a lifetime. All of the people we met were extremely respectful to us and our music. It was an amazing feeling because we were able to tell that they cared about us. We felt welcomed, we gained a ton of new fans and supporters of our music.”
Kils: “The video is essentially us manifesting our destiny, taking our art to the world. Even though we conceived that song while we were in the studio back in America, we were sure that it was gonna take us somewhere, and the video is a real testament to that.”