Collaborative effort between graffiti artist Brusk and motion designer ice©ream in support of the Turntablists band, Scratch Bandits Crew .
An original choice in the way of crossing these two disciplines has been experienced:
The graphic work of Brusk is processed here by mapping techniques to create a skin that wraps the urban landscape modeled by ice©ream.
The track is reminiscent of an earlier PL style, a classic soulful hip-hop style.
The music video was created by Derek Vincent Smith (Pretty Lights) and his girlfriend Krystle Blackburn (PLM’s creative Director).
A great mystery of modern music literature was bestowed upon the un-impaired hearers of hip hop nineteen years ago!
A stocky fellow called O´Shea Jackson from Compton Los Angeles let millions know his disbelief at what a good day he was having in an otherwise topsy turvy world. Continue Reading →
After limited time familiarizing themselves with each others’ music, the four of them had scraped together money to share a studio session. Upon learning that Motor City rap staple Royce Da 5’9” was recording at the same facility, they excitedly asked him to listen to their rhymes. What commenced was a rhyme session that lasted from 10 P.M. to 6 A.M., in which the four of them spit their hearts out for him.