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Since last fall, I’ve been running around with the camera pretty heavy, shooting music videos for other artists. I’ve shot three music videos for Illogic, one for Supastition, and one for Shrapknel (Curley Castro & Prem Rock). After I shot all of those I decided to shoot one for myself, just to keep my blade sharp and continue to develop my videography skills. The song “A Hero Dies Once” has been mentioned by my fans as one of their favorite songs on my Two-Headed Monster album, so I decided to shoot a video for it. So here it is:
I just dropped a brand new music video for the song “Don’t Look Back” from Two-Headed Monster. Directed by Visual House Media. Check it out and let me know your thoughts in the comments below:
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A brand new music video I directed and edited just dropped today. It is for the song “Awake” by DJ/Producer DJ Criminal and features my guy Illogic on the raps.
The music video for a collaboration I did with DJ Criminal just dropped and it’s dope. The song is called “Leave me Alone” and it’s the first single from his upcoming album, Samples & Marbles. The project is a FREE hip-hop and turntablism album made entirely from samples of the band Phish. You can download the single and get the album from his bandcamp page.
Official Music Video for “Persevere” from my latest album King No Crown. Directed by GRMM for Visual House Media.
Official music video for “King No Crown,” the title track to my new album:
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Check out the track and music video “Just Move” from my upcoming album King No Crown.
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Directed by my guy Varras Tower. Yall know what it is…
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The fourth installment of the Fan Questions series. In this episode I answers questions about what made me good at other genres of music, whether I let people hear my lyrics ahead of time, what I thinks analog recording gear, and what caused inspired me to change my style.
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In this episode of “Fan Questions” I answer fan questions about my first rhyme, the ideal length for an opening set, the diversity of fans at my shows, and whether I writes just to write or if I always write to beats.
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Time for the second weekly installment of my “Fan Questions” video series, where I answer the questions my fans send me. This episode covers the influence of beats vs lyrics, staying down to earth, and violence and ignorance in hip-hop.
Last friday, I got on facebook and twitter to asked my fans to ask me as many questions as possible for a videoblog I wanted to make. They were good sports and responded with a gang of good questions. The result is the first episode of Blueprint presents Fan Questions. This new series will be posted every Friday. If you asked a question at the beginning, tune in for your answers. If you haven’t joined in, hit up my Facebook or Twitter, or leave it in the comments here.
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