What a sexy woman.

    • 10 months ago

    Enter: Suicide….the story of a young girl who gets caught up in the allure of “fame” and “super-stardom” and who subsequently ends up paying the ultimate price for it all in the end. The video follows the young girl (Kiara Black) through her slow transition from dancer to model (Brianna King), and her fall from grace leading to her…suicide. Shot on location in Hollywood, CA, the video for Suicide has a very polished, clean but dark and ominous look and feel to it, which was exactly what we envisioned.. More short film than music video, and with no performance shots or even a small cameo from Sahtyre, the video depended solely on the dark aesthetic and the gripping story to pull the viewer into the world in which we created. Working with Sahtyre, Adam Stanzak, and Michael Paredes made directing a breeze. Our pre-production work definitely made all of the difference in the world, and the fact that all of the actors were all on point made filming this video the smoothest process it’s ever been for me. Shot in just two days, the music video for Suicide is arguably my best work yet as a director and has only got me anxious for the next one.

    #LSD

    • 10 months ago

    sahtyre:

    SUICIDE

    Yee!

    • 10 months ago
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    October 30.

    • 10 months ago

    Meanwhile on Crenshaw…..

    • 11 months ago

    Amadeuz Christ x C Plus x Basquiat x Dogon = 25 (Music Video Coming Soon)

    • 11 months ago

    This is the type of racism/bigotry that is celebrated in corporate America. Wonder why you are overqualified for the job but dont get hired? Its because behind our backs…they are really just laughing at us. #racismstillalive

    • 12 months ago

    New Sigma for #HeiroDay.

    • 1 year ago

    Quality time.

    • 1 year ago

    Coming soon. #COH

    • 1 year ago

    Saw this on my blog stats. The homie got em goin crazy already. #LSD

    • 1 year ago

    I’m not sure where I am….somewhere in Sacramento. All I know is the show is about to start…and I have this. Yee.

    • 1 year ago

    There are so many parallels between Hip Hop and Africa/Egypt/Kemit. This “golden era” in hip hop can be compared to Africa’s third Golden Age, when the Moors drove the Romans out of Africa and back into Europe. Before the North African Moors had re-civilized Europe for the 2nd time, Europe had entered its “dark ages” while Africa, free of Roman oppression, entered into its 3rd Golden Age with the emergence of Mali, Ghana, and Songhai Empires.

    Similarly, in hip hop today, the old-heads and veteran emcees have been pushed back, with New York in its “dark ages” making way for the new emcees (w/new empires) to emerge to the forefront, free of the music industry’s “oppression, domination, and control.” These new independent label movements/artists (like TDE and such) represent those newly emerging African states in Africa’s third Golden Age. Let’s see how long this one lasts. Exciting times. #kendricklamar #narmer

    • 1 year ago
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    "The ancient Egyptians were Negroes. The moral fruit of their civilization is to be counted among the assets of the black world. Instead of presenting itself to history as an insolvent debtor, the Black world is the very initiator of the "western" civilization flaunted before our eyes today." - Cheikh Anta Diop

    • 1 year ago

    Behind the scenes -The Gatlin “What They Used To Be.” On 3rd with the young Kirkwood homies. Hunter’s Point, SF. #youngniggaz

    • 1 year ago