Fresh Off The Boat With Eddie Huang: London (Part 1)

In part one of Fresh Off the Boat – London Eddie heads to Brick Lane, a historic enclave in East London that’s home to Turks, Jews, and now Bengalis, to chow down on some tikka masala with a British twist. He then tries his hand at a game of cricket with a Pakistani cricket league and spits some real shit about the effects of British colonization and institutionalized Islamophobia in London.

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My Top 5 Music Videos of 2013. No 1: Marco Polo feat. Organized Konfusion “3-O-Clock”

This should need no reasons why its my number 1 video. Enjoy. Peace.

Marco Polo “3-O-Clock” f. Organized Konfusion (Pharoahe Monch & Prince Po)
Scratches by DJ Linx
Directed by The Doppelgangaz (@Thedoppelgangaz)
Additional Cinematography by Joshua “Big Josh” McIntyre (@Tropicanajosh)

The lead-single from Marco Polo’s LP, PA2: The Director’s Cut, accomplishes what no one else has been able to pull off in over a decade–reunite Organized Konfusion. Since the duo disbanded in 1997, there has been no new OK material and every few years or so the usual “reunion rumors” emerge and then disappear.

The album features appearances from Talib Kweli, DJ Premier, Posdnuos, Masta Ace, Kardinal Offishall, Styles P, Lil Fame, Alchemist, Oh No, MC Eiht, King Tee, Michael Rapport, Large Professor, Inspectah Deck, Rah Digga, Slaine, Ill Bill, Organized Konfusion, Doppelgangaz & many more.

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My Top 5 Music Videos of 2013. No 2: Blame One & J57 ft: Akie Bermiss – They Don’t Know – ((Official Video))

I love music with a message, always have and always will. This is a fantastic example with a equally wonderful video. Shout out to my brother J57 and the homie Blame One. Together they created one of the albums of the year. The way they mesh is a rare thing in this current hip hop climate. Do the right thing and get the album of iTunes.

Blame One & J57 ft: Akie Bermiss – They Don’t Know (Produced by J57) off the “Walk In The Sun”. LP out August 27th, 2013. Pre-Order now available on itunes. https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/wal…

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Directed/Editing by: Gabe DeJesus
Assistant: Lorenzo R Sanchez of LRS Film Co/ Media Tech
Appearances made by: Marco Polo
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All Scenes with J57 and Marco Polo filmed by Wally Sean

My Top 5 Music Videos of 2013. No 3: Rob Kelly – Jack The Ripper (Official Music Video)

Rob Kelly is golden and this track & classic video prove that yet again. He goes in over a solid track that matches the concept for the video perfectly. 2014 is Rob’s year trust me on that. Enjoy.

Song Produced by Scimon Tist. Cuts by DJ Mayhem. Mixed and mastered by Terawrizt.
Directed by Jonathan Lambert. Video Produced by Alan Newman.

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Additional Credits:

Cast: Nic Furlong; Daniel Newman; Andy Brady, Redzer (Keiron Ryan); Scimon Tist; John Gibbons; Sara Silva; Rosa Elena Parozci; Milene Cris; Ana Cristina Pinto; John Joyce; Mick Clarke and Rob Kelly.

Assistant Director: Jebus
Production Assistant: Andy Brady
Make-Up: Shauna Fowley and Daniel Newman
Stunt Driver: Sean Butler
Location Manager: Stephen Traynor
Photographer: JasonDonMatthew
Sound: Andy Brady
Camera and Editing: Jonathan Lambert

My Top 5 Music Videos of 2013. No 4: NORE aka PAPI feat. Large Professor – Built Pyramids

NORE is one of those dudes who sometimes picks the beats I don’t personally dig but in this case that’s not true. Large Pro and him should a damn EP together. That would be official. Enjoy the video, its some real New York shit. Peace.

My Top 5 Music Videos of 2013. No 5: Large Professor&Yu Mamiya “Back & 4th Scrambler”OFFICIAL M.V.

Nothing beats Extra P over an ill beat. This right here is case in point. Enjoy.

Large Professor&Yu Mamiya “Back & 4th Scrambler”
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MV Director Ed Jansen(Amsterdam&NY)
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Main Source: What You Need.

My bad people I forgot this classic from the Mikey D era of the group from the crazy slept on second album ‘Fuck What You Think’. If you are one of those who slept do the right thing and get on Amazon etc and pick up a copy. Enjoy. Peace.

Little bit of info from Wiki below:

Fuck What You Think is the second and final album by American hip hop group Main Source. It was released by Wild Pitch Records in March 22, 1994, and it was shelved after Main Source broke up later that year. However, the album was re-released as a CD and double LP in 1999. Large Professor, one of the group’s founding members, left the group before the making of this album.
On this album, Sir Scratch and K-Cut combined their talents with Mikey D, an emcee previously signed to Sleeping Bag Records, who demonstrates a raw voice and delivery. The song “Set It Off” includes verses from Jadakiss and Sheek Louch of D-Block before they became successful a few years later. In addition, there is a female emcee named Shaqueen (Kool G Rap’s wife) who contributes to “Set It Off” and “Fuck What You Think.” Only one single was released from the album, “What You Need” in 1993.
Singer Madonna sampled the bass line from “What You Need” in the song “Human Nature,” which appeared on her 1994 album, Bedtime Stories.