New Video: Hezekiah – Hologram Dreams

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The homie Hezekiah is a multi-talented, genre-spanning artist that can do pretty much anything well that he puts his mind to. But for me, when Hez is in straight Hip Hop mode, he’s at his best. He has a new Hip Hop album coming soon and this little jewel is from it. The track called “Hologram Dreams” features Range Da Messenga and has a great balance of straight up knocking drums with a soulful smoothness that Hezekiah has become known for. Peep the video below and let me know what you think.

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New Video: E Major – Slow It Down


This video was actually the first one I made after moving to Los Angeles. Visually and sonically I was exploring my new surroundings. The track has a woozier, more mellowed out feel that was influenced by the laid back feeling I get being in LA and I wanted to represent that feeling visually as well so we went all the way from Joshua Tree to the beach shooting images.

Also, make sure to check out my most recent interview with Death Chambers music blog.

Leave me a comment below and let me know what you think of the latest video.

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New Video: E Major – “Outrageous”

Baltimore-bred, Los Angeles-based emcee E Major presents the self-directed music video to “Outrageous”, the 3rd leak from his upcoming album Baltimore Bruin. Coming on the heels of his videos for  “Feature Presentation”  (watch here) and  “Zodiac Freestyle”  (watch here), “Outrageous” utilizes “Movie Finale,” a beat by California producer Madlib which appeared on his Beat Konducta In India project and was also used by Mos Def for his song “Auditorium.” “My wife’s family is from India and I’ve been there three times,” says E of the video. “It was just the perfect thing to shoot while on one of my trips there. I was able to rope a bunch of family members into helping me out and we hired the auto rickshaw driver and we went guerrilla style around the city of Cochin. The video is more about the feeling of the track than any of the content. I was trying to capture what it’s like to be in a totally different world like India.”

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