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    Nas “The Season” (Video Snippet) | @nas

    Mr. Nasir Jones was in attendance last night at a special Q&A with El-P and Killer Mike, which was about their new RTJ2 album. In so, he felt that it would be appropriate to drop some new sound since he was really feeling what the boys were putting out. Check out Nas and the new track, The Season. Dig the J-Dilla production.

    Update: The full version of Nas’ “The Season” is now available to listen to. Check out the track below.

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  • Chuuwee “Friends” Video | @El_Ch3z

    The very talented Chuuwee has returned again this week with yet another video from his The Chuuwee Channel, which is out now. Walk with him as he discusses the different levels of friendship. You can purchase the release now from iTunes.

    Directed by: Daniel Phoenix
    Edited by: Ryan Calavano for Less is More Visuals
    Produced by: Jessie Frank
    Cinematography by: Ilgar Burdani
    Location Manager: Frank Terrazas
    Lighting by: Luis Gonzales
    Make Up Artist: Leslie Mendoza
    Wood Works Media presents a Vinyl Villains Production

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    Bambu “Party Worker” Release & “Minimum Wage” Video | @BambuDePistola

    Bambu just dropped his new Party Worker album last week, and this new video for “Minimum Wage” dropped today. Free listens below and you can cop the album for about ten bucks. Shot by Kevin Vea and directed by Paco Raterta.

    Party Worker is the latest album from Los Angeles emcee, Bambu. The people-powered, full-length LP is a conceptual work – taking place in a grassroots organizational meeting with an emcee’s twist. It’s pro-worker and pro-people approach was masterfully crafted by Bambu and DJ Phatrick in a span of 4-days. The two locked themselves into a few rooms at the Line Hotel in Los Angeles’ Koreatown and emerged with a 15-track body of work that highlights Bambu’s skill as an emcee and his ability to speak on social issues without rhetoric or the ‘corniness’ that typically comes with socially conscious Hip Hop.

    Minimum Wage is the second featured single off the album. The video was directed, edited and animated by one of the most talented film makers in Manila, Paco Raterta and shot by Welcome To The Party director/editor, Kevin Vea. The video is a moving photograph of everyday life in the Philippines, while traveling with some interesting workers… Or possibly aliens who’ve come to see how we treat our poor and working class.

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