Trailer inside of post…
“Miami Graffiti” opens July 11, 7pm – 9pm and will be on view through July 26th.
Cope2 brings us an international graffiti magazine with footage from his personal collection. I read some of the youtube comments stating that he’s selling out, but I completely disagree. I feel there is nothing wrong with bringing the underground to the masses as long as it remains authentic.
I have very few memories as a child but this one stands out the most. I remember watching this when I was 5 yrs. old. Looking back at it now, this movie pretty much shaped who I am today *tear*
Bananaz is a documentary about the animated group, The Gorillaz. It starts in the late 90’s when the band was first conceived by Damon Albarn and Jamie Hewlett. The film reveals the first drawings/ideas behind the group’s band members. Guest appearances include: De La Soul, Ike Turner, Dennis Hopper, Ibrahim Ferrer, Neneh Cherry, Bootie Brown, Dangermouse, and D12. DVD Release date: June1, 2009
Ok, I know I’m late on this one (about 5 years), but it’s dope so I’m posting it anyways. An in depth look at the art of freestyling as well as the TRUE definition of a freestyle. Rappers pay attention please…
So….I’m a bit speechless on this one. This is a next level, outside of the box project that will be the beginning of a new genre. City of God’s Son is a “beat cinematic”….yea, let me say it again “beat cinematic”. The project consists of a 60-minute audio adventure created entirely out of samples. This is one of the reasons Fresh Nerd exists…to seek and find artists that are on […]
Dope movie or another hip hop cliche? I’m hoping it will be dope. We’ll see….
I miss the days when almost everything that came out was good music….or maybe that’s just how I remember it. Either way, here is a documentary on the rise and fall of the Wu. Although it has been out for a year now, it has recently made some noise at The Urbanworld Film Festival in NYC. Definitely a must see…