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Watch/share this video myself & Hungrie Ones recorded at Carnaval last weekend. Like I said, that event was the perfect display of Frisco culture & unity and the exact type of vibe I wanna present at Slim’s on June 7th!


Performances by:
Dregs One
Telli Prego, Heat & Big Vic
Legends Live Forever
Plus special surprise guests
Hosted by Equipto
Deejay Sean G & Children of the Funk.

Live art by JOKER ICP.KHY
Community speakers on evictions, police brutality, and community organizing
Proceeds going to POWER (People Organized to Win Employment Rights)

Doors open @ 8pm // show @ 9pm
Cop presale tickets at

New video by White Mic of the legendary SF group Bored Stiff - “Pat U On the Head” - Directed by Equipto & Dregs One. Yep, I get down behind the camera every now and then- what you think?!

Cookie Beats App: Live from the School House with Dregs One (by UpBeet Games)


New video by my homie @WakeSelf outta Albuquerque, New Mexico. I dig this song and the video concept. Check it out!

A-1 (@adamraps) - Retinas Feat. Xiomara

New video by my fellow lightskinned SF native rapper friend, check it out.

Here’s an episode of B*STARR TV which dropped a few weeks ago and features interview footage of myself with the homies Patience and A-1. This video summarizes the 13th Annual Precita Eyes Urban Youth Arts Festival and in the interview we speak on graffiti, the Trayvon Martin verdict, and more. Enjoy!

New video! No World Order (@Dregs_One @PabloFetti @Monkhardtostop) - Ft. @DaVinci415 - “Molotov” | Dir: @Kolepa38

Check the fly shit & get ready for the #NoWorldOrder album dropping soon…

Peep this very dope interview I did. I talk a lot about my music and my community work, and even kick a lil’ freestyle. Filmed and edited entirely on an iPhone by my folks at the Green Scene.

3 minute+ freestyle at Balboa High School during their Youth Solidarity event 11/29/12.

Shoutout to the youth leader Oscar on the beatbox.

For those that missed it, here is the recorded stream of my Hip-Hop & Activism Workshop, presented to the youth of Seattle Young People’s Project last Thursday August 23rd.The workshop is about hip-hop’s relation to the social movements of the 60s and 70s, how the government destroyed those movements and how they’re using those same tactics on hip-hop.

Check it out and let me know what you think!