Published an article on the Newhouse School website about “The Man Who Saw Too Much,” an independent Mexican film about crime photographer Enrique Metinides, who has gained a cult following in his 50 year career. The screening came as part of the 14th annual Syracuse University Human Rights Film Festival, which is organized by multiple schools throughout the university.
The song has been out for a bit, but “Candyland” is continuing to make internet waves. A few blogs including HipHopDX have picked it up and the feedback has definitely been positive. Music is the air so stay tuned for another drop as well as the upcoming “Chronicles” project.
After a year of collaboration and exploration, it’s time to start rolling out the new material. ‘Blvd Knights’ is the first single off the upcoming ‘Chronicles’ project, due out early 2016. The track features DMV emcee $avoy and production from Milwaukee standout originalvision. Just a taste of things to come, enjoy.
Too SLIC: Degeneration is now available for download. At times cynical and delinquent at others poignant and critical, “Too SLIC” addresses the concerns and realities of living in a state of Degeneration. Bask in the soundscape and rage in the decay–this is the soundtrack to the end of days.
Black Friday 2013, is the date. Cantaloupe & Rum is ready to service earlobes with psychoactive audio magic.
“Cold Vision,” is the convergence of emcee/deadbeat Cold Medina and young super producer Original Vision. Their full length project, “Cantaloupe & Rum” is a sonically lush affair, chronicling the journey of two displaced Latinos attempting to balance pleasure and pain, while navigating the heartlands of America. Diverse in both sound and subject matter, the project is sure engage listeners with dynamic lyricism and spacey, boom-bap inspired production. Features from Sean Smart, Jermaine Event, CRASHprez, Airo and si dako’ta of The Arkiologists.