Ty Harper | Music,Video | Thursday, January 5th, 2012
Looking forward to this project.
A sneak preview teaser of Notes to Self’s video, “All of the Above [BBRC]” – the third visual from their new project & video series, Used to be Dark [RECOIL].
Live Cut Session by DJ Dopey of Notes to Self (for DopeMuzik)
Live footage Shot by Jason Janarious
“All of the Above [BBRC]” Video excerpts Directed & Edited by Benjamin Young Hart for greenwoodyard.com
“All of the Above [BBRC]” Cinematography shot by Eric Boucher
Teaser Edits & Online by Motioneer.ca
Concept by Benjamin & Matthew
Produced by Bronze One (of Notes to Self) for Course of Study & Book (of Beatface) for Jigsaaw
AKA BOOK & BRONZE for Heart on Sleeve
Ty Harper | Music,Video | Wednesday, January 4th, 2012
The SARS Network was very busy in 2011 with classics like TRA’s “The Realness & Puzzle’s “Like Yo” Singles, But This Year S.A.R.S is starting 2012 with a BANG! The SARS Cypher is the first of many to come from The SARS Network, but let’s just say that this one is to kick down the door and solidify their intentions.
In this video, The SARS Network Formed a Cypher set up in an underground parking lot with the help of DJ Law with Da Beatminerz Radio (www.dabeatminerz.com). The SARS Network thought that ONLY a DJ Premier beat would be suitable by choosing Pitch Black’s “Nice” Featuring Styles P, with Powerful Punch-lines from Paradox, William Blanks, Caution Da Don, Episode Ace Holla, Puzzle, Tekman, TRA & Talksick. This is 9 minutes of “No – Mercy – Lyricism” with its own ‘Spin’ thanks to the creative visuals brought to you by Lyme Lyte Video Productions.
Say hello to Beck Motley & Bon Voyage – collectively known as The Airplane Boys. The duo, hailing from Toronto (yeah, that place in the north that apparently has talent infused water) may not necessarily be newcomers to the scene but their second mixtape, due out any day now will surely let folks know that these two are a force to be reckoned with. So, sit back, relax and find out more about your (soon to be favorite) new favorite group, The Airplane Boys!
Here’s some more info about Beck and Bon – The Airplane Boys have been making a huge buzz online with their recent mixtape release of Where’ve You Been (executively produced by Illangelo – the main producer for The Weeknd) featuring breakout singles “Ice Age” (which samples Radiohead’s famous “Idioteque”), “Gold Ribbons” and “Born To Be”. They also just got off a tour with J.Cole for the Cole World Tour, as well as a UK tour with Snoop Dogg.