NEW VIDEO: Style Exercise #1 - Crowd Control

Basically just doin’ me in my natural habitat. Filmed in about 1 hour on about 3 blocks. If ya like it, comment and share. If ya don’t like it, hey, that’s ok.

Parental advisory: This music video contains explicit raps, graffiti, pigeons, and Korean food.

Peace y’all, it’s been a minute since I shared some of my solo work so I wanted to upload this joint off “the STYLE tape.” As of right now, the only way to hear that mixtape in its entirety is to cop the CD, but I wanted folks to check out this track.

I wrote this song last year in 2012 a few months after I moved from San Francisco to Oakland. This song is basically about my new life across the Bay, but it also deals with the concept of getting older and how the world keeps on changing. In our lives we are always caught up thinking about time; worrying about the future, regretting the past, and trying to make use of the present. This song is about me letting go of all that, accepting everything that’s happened to me and everything that’s presently happening; and being open to wherever life takes me. I brought my raps to Hella Records, recorded them in just a few minutes with TD Camp, lit up a chop and dipped home on 580 with a PYT in the passenger seat and the new song on full blast. It has definitely been part of the soundtrack to my life, hope you enjoy. 

Come get the first listen of the No World Order album at our free listening party, September 7th in SF. We will have copies of the album on deck as well as a limited-edition snapback collaboration with Urban Era. Come through and build with us!
For those who still haven’t peeped our first video with the homie DaVinci, check it out:

Come get the first listen of the No World Order album at our free listening party, September 7th in SF. We will have copies of the album on deck as well as a limited-edition snapback collaboration with Urban Era. Come through and build with us!

For those who still haven’t peeped our first video with the homie DaVinci, check it out: