Been following this guy and his team for quite sometime now. Although I can barely understand anything he is saying in this video, I absolutely love the sounds and visuals.
Key Master, the story of Korey Kidler. An average teenager who suddenly receives keys to a mysterious mansion. So far the editing process is going quite well. Since I’ve improved in my drawing skills during the time, I decided to redo some of the pages to keep the artwork consistent with where I’m at now. The first book story is completely done, It’s just implementing certain scenes and updating some of the lead characters. Right now Korey and miss Nancy are exploring the mansion when they start to notice a few strange occurrences taking place. This project is definitely not easy but I’m glad that I’m finally in the last stages of completion. I think I even found a good track that helps describe the sense of accomplishment I’m feeling right now.
I’ll definitely have some more previews and updates very soon. Stay tuned!
The hommie Negashi Armada a.k.a Blunt Fang (who was a part of my favorite indie group Supreeme Supreeme) has always been one of my favorite indie artist in the game. When the group decided to separate, Armada now Blut Fang, continued his poetry touring the states on a solo path. This is my throwback jam of the day, Lesbianic Blunt featuring Fat Tony. I enjoy the laid back humor yet seriousness in these rhymes… very V.illionaire steezy.
Flowers… need I say more?
The Chief that Chiefs! My fellow A.L.I.E.N. brother & extra-terrestrial, Chief Encore has been going in on the producing tip and has a massive space ship hovering over Staten Island right now with this new collabo project NEW SHAOLIN. Chief teams ups with Squeegie O and other exclusive Staten Island rappers to reinvent, redefined and reemerge the Island’s presence with their Album titled Kumetay which drops on May 31st. This project is exactly what Shaolin needs right now because a lot of talented MC’s are being slept on, on the island. Here’s a preview of two of the featured tracks:
The hommies Old Money previews their latest music project titled Fire In The Dark in collaboration with Dutty Artz Records & A.L.I.E.N. NYC with contributing arts from Mega Dope Pope. Old Money, also known for their DJing and contribution to the lower east side jam C’est Noir at Happy Endings, will be releasing their full Mix Tape on May 28th but until then check out this wicked tune, Swahili and Dough.
Jeff Donna of KOG/World’s Fair performs live at The Gotham Kafé circa 2011.
The hommie VESA doing his thing live. Really enjoyed this, shout out to Zooted Nation
This post is dedicated to the Gotham sista’s who have been showing love. Shout out to all the ladies who have been doing their thang and stopping by the Kafé . Some tunes from the OG girl groups that I was jamming to while working on this piece.
My hommie, friend, fellow artist and street legend Tigga Calore. Now you know I had to throw this video up when I seen it, Tigga is giving it to them live in a bat suit. Almost made me gag sipping on my Kafé Kup. You’re right Tigga, they can’t take it. Tigga is someone who I have no shame saying inspired me in so many ways and if people only knew that she’s been giving it to the scene for years. We’ve worked on numerous projects including, art, fashion, and events. No matter how many times people try to imitate her presence they’ll never be able to represent the way she does.