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This afternoon, Reflection Eternal and Estelle are shooting their new video, “Midnight Hour” in the Chelsea section of Manhattan. The track’s off their new album Revolutions Per Minute. Briefly, the duo spoke on the concept of the shoot. Below’s a glimpse of Kweli filming his scene.
[vodpod id=Video.3336841&w=425&h=350&fv=] Joell takes it back to the tenements with his new video, “Project Boy.” This definitely makes up for that crap Wyclef put out a couple of years ago. OS Update: Now with audio.
I stand by my earlier tweet but that doesn’t mean that with the right material, Mr. Raymond still isn’t capable of a stellar performance. Last night, at Power 105.1’s P.C. Richard & Son Theater, Ush knocked this Stevie Wonder cover out the park. Guess my invite got lost in the mail. Right, Shondell? Peace: Darren Pfeffer
B.Dot hates all the making of flicks and endless behind the scenes of videos. Especially when they come out after the video’s release. As is, the case here. But how often do you see the Birdman this close to Marshall? Something about this, just doesn’t seem right. Ha. Derick G.
Crack is back, Joey that is and here he lays down a verse over Diddy and Dirty’s Money single. Yup, they keep calling for this beat. Tapemasters Inc.
Well we already seen Diddy’s excerpt of the video, but here are some stills from the rest of the crew to hold us down until the full version finally drops. More after the jump. 57th Ave