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BWGH Presents “Stonehaven”


I was floating around Vimeo tonight, and came across this video. The Parisian duo used Scotland as inspiration for their Fall/Winter campaign. The BWGH (Brooklyn We Go Hard) brand reached outside the box with this electrifying promo video.

Music courtesy of Blackbird Blackbird, as they cover Modest Mouse’s “Float On” (Download Here)

Drake – “Hold On, We’re Going Home” (Official Video)


To celebrate the release of Nothing Was The Same today, Drake dropped the visuals for “Hold On, We’re Going Home.” What I was expecting to be a fairly basic love fest in the form of a music video, turned out to be quite the cinematic experience.

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Ryan Leslie presents “Black Mozart”

Ryan Leslie

You know by now AHM has lots of love for Ryan Leslie, and on the cusp of his upcoming album, the mastermind dropped a 25-minute documentary. The behind the scenes of the music industry always has my eyes peeled to the screen, so sit back and watch the genius at work as he travels to Austria with his crew and pieces together Black Mozart.

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Jay Z “Picasso Baby: A Performance Art Film”

Jay Z

We all know by now that Hov has a love for art and all that surrounds it. So why not perform inside the MoMA and shoot it as your video? That’s exactly what Mr. Carter did. Incorporating actors, art dealers, writers, street dancers, 9th graders and legends only adds to the allure. From the ever so powerful Marina Abramović, to the comical Judd Apatow, to youthful blackbelt Toby Kinberg, Jay-Z brings extraordinary energy to whomever is in his presence.

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Broken Social Scene & Feist – Live on Jimmy Fallon

Perform On Jimmy Fallon

Jimmy Fallon received an extraordinary musical guest appearance tonight in my books, the people of Arts & Crafts Records. Along with the usual cohorts, Feist showed her beautiful face and lent her one-of-a-kind pipes to assist the full bodied classic “7/4 Shoreline” from the 2005 self-titled record. Something about this track never seems to get old for me, the instrumentation is comparable to a Basquiat painting, busy, colourful and synergetic. Before they stormed the shoreline, they played the fast paced “Almost Crimes” from You Forgot It In People.

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J. Cole – “Power Trip (feat. Miguel)”


“Power Trip” is the first official taste of Cole’s sophomore album, and tonight the visuals surfaced. I’m happy to say, the video was not what I was expecting. Jermaine throws in a heavy storyline with a twist. Born Sinner drops June 25.

If you’re looking for a little background information, give “Dreams” a listen off The Warm Up