CZARFACE & MF DOOM “Bomb Thrown” Czarface meets Metalface
Dope visual treats from “Bomb Thrown” off the CZARFACE & MF DOOM album “Czarface Meets Metalface. This is HipHop in it’s purest art form both musically and visually! It’s got most of the stuff we love here on Sugar Cayne, art, animation, toys and action!!! NICE!
Directed by Kendra Morris
Concept by Esoteric & Kendra Morris
Photography: Lewis Holiday
Art: El Ultimo Codice
Action Figures: Killer Bootlegs
Visual Dffects: Josh Mac
Effects Supervisor: Jeremy Page
@SareemPoems & Terem “Tic Toc & Stro Elliot remix” Official Video
Sareem Poems and Terem’s “Tic Toc” is an audio and visual HipHop treat for the heads! The soulful boom bap beat is crafted by Terem with Sareem spitting some tight “Grown Man” bars over it.
Sareem Poems and Terem’s “Tic Toc” is an audio and visual HipHop treat for the heads! The soulful boom bap beat is crafted by Terem with Sareem spitting some tight “Grown Man” bars over it. The original track is visually displayed in black & white. For the “remix” 2nd half of the video, a Stro Elliot crafted, uptempo R&B soul style beat is used. This is HipHop dopeness!!
“Tic Toc” is featured on Sareem Poems & Terem collaboration album “A Pond Apart” on Illect Records. Check it out below
Dj low Cut “Ambition Of The Shallows” feat. Napoleon Da Legend & Paloma Pradal (Dirty)
Spittin In Da Wip alumi Napoleon Da Legend linked up with Dj Low Cut and Paloma Pradal for HipHop banger called “Ambition Of The Shallows”. The beat is crafted by Dj Low Cut and the visuals are directed by Eric D.
About Dj Low Cut:
“Stuck in the depths of a dark alley, blocked by yet another breeze, hitting a stone wall, road sign ahead: Dead End.
Hip‐hop. The original, some would say, official music of the late 20th Century Bronx. Some say it has endured it’s fair share of distractions, detractors and defectors. Some say it has murdered itself, having been abandoned by its so‐called best men, those who have gone off in other directions, or who have, simply, just beat‐retired. Yet, there are plenty of Soldier Monks still out there, prepared to sweat it out in the Temple of Machinery and Mics.
Low Cut honored this cause four years ago, with his MPC crafted minimalist version of NY Minute and he’s back to ring the bells and unsheathe the samples!
The starting point of Dead End’s production remains the 90’s boom-bap, but the will to carry it even further brings it to its destination. By decorating it with rich samples flushed out after digging through vinyls pressed several decades ago, it is guided by a compass pointing deposits to the East. With sound quality inherited from a fastidious composition and mix works, using inspiration rather than just being a copycat, Dead End celebrates it without setting it up as a museum piece.”