Ellen Kim (whose style ranges from sexy to straight buck in many of her concept videos) joins with Chachi Gonzales of I.aM.mE (America's Best Dance Crew season 6 winner), Winnie Chang, Megan Batoon, and Massa Ishihara to show how strong female hip hop dancers can be. In the past I've posted a majority of guy dancers, so I thought this would be a great change of pace. From the artist (Lil Kim) to the choreographer, these two Kims together with Mobb Deep make magic. Personal favorite moment of the video: at about 0:25 secs, the "I'm ten steps ahead of ya" lyric she goes off. I've also posted a little something below of a previous video with a completely different feel that contrasts Ellen Kim's hard style to her softer contemporary like side.
In promotion of the upcoming debut album from Reela, Takeflyht presents a classic Hip-Hop Mixtape of the Sacramento Emcee showcasing his lyrical talents on some of hip hop's most prolific instrumentals.
Gateway Drugs is sure to impress as Reela takes you through a portal to his Universe. Step through that Gateway and GitHigh!
It's always dope having good conversations with good people, especially when it's Queensbridge very own Prodigy and Havoc of Mobb Deep. I've been bumping Mobb for a very long time. What questions do you ask legendary rap royalty? Just have a seat and don't move for awhile. Be on the lookout for exclusive "Day In The Life" footage with Mobb Deep coming soon.
Big shouts to my UK bros over at R&R for the crispy digital shots and much love to Jay for helping set up the logistics and what not. Groove!