Another chapter in the saga. It was a joy to visually bring together a moment in time that means so much to me. Memphis $hvt chronicles the origins of my foray into rap, and brings the story into present day with the current team.
A special Thank You to my Creative Director, Julia Gorbach. Words can’t describe you as a person, so I won’t even try. Your creative vision is amazing and I’m so happy that I can call you my Creative Director. Mr. Jonathan Chekroune – your cinematography savvy and film expertise are unparalleled. You effortlessly point and shoot the camera, and when you see the playback it’s perfect every time. Your talent is undeniable, and I appreciate you so much for being a part of this project. And last but not least, Dane Benko – without you toiling away in the editing room, these visuals would not have come together. Thank you for going above and beyond the call of duty, and thank you for being involved in this project. Hopefully we can work together again in the future.
And of course, a special shout out to the Dream Team: Evaris Obas, Earl of Oxford, Chris D-Lo & Slick 64. Thank you all for being a part of the video, and just thank you all for just being there. It means more than you know. Things are bright, and I couldn’t be happier about where we are right now.
Now lets see where these moments can take us … #MemphisShvt
My Artistic Director sent this to me, and I’m kinda digging it. Trippy song. Wavey song. Rvre song.
If you’re in that kind of mood, then give it a listen. Sunday Night by Shake070. VeryRvre.
At under 500,000 views, I am breaking this one. 😇 Another one from Young M.A – this one is a summertime banger, and goes hard.
Been bumping this for the last few days. Put it on repeat.
At 5.7 million views, I am in no way breaking this video. It’s been buzzing, and Young M.A is in the midst of glowing up (yes the glow up is real).
For the record however, I did see this video about 3 months ago surfing the web and I loved it as much as I do now – I just wasn’t blogging as much at the time. 😇
Anyway this video is a straight up banger. Brooklyn Stand-Up.
Suicide Squad in theatres as of this past Friday.
I haven’t seen it, but some have said that Jared Leto’s performance was better than Heath Ledger’s.
I don’t know about all that, but I do know that Jared Leto was brilliant in the film Mr. Nobody, which just so happens to be on Netflix right now. Definitely curious to check this film out. 👌