Check out my exclusive behind the scenes footage from Frenchie’s “Shake Clap” video shoot at Petra Nightclub in Queens, New York. The shoot took place last Friday, June 8th. First you can check out a dope video compilation I edited and put together, containing some great footage I captured from the shoot. After that you can check out a bunch of pictures from the video shoot.
S/O Brick Squad Monopoly, Protekted Records and of course Frenchie. Enjoy and feel free to share!
Be sure to look out for the video directed by Masar on BET and MTV soon…
Gotta say, I don’t think I’ve ever seen a movie trailer for an album…then again we aint all Bosses like Rick Ross…ugghhhh. Check out his trailer below where he takes us from the beginning of his career up until now. MMMMMMMMMaybach Music. This is feelin like a takeover.
So we heard rumors of a Drake and Rick Ross collaboration album called “YOLO” a while back. Now, Drizzy is perhaps reconsidering the title if the project goes down. Hope so, Drake is in his prime right now and Ross, is well, Rick Ross…ugghhhh. Check out Drake’s interview with Sway below.
So we don’t get to hear what Nicki and Drizzy sound like as mammoths, but we do get a sneak peak of what they will look like. Not to mention, this movie looks pretty funny. Hopefully it’s better than the last one.
Check out this hilarious video of Team Mad Men vs Team Nerdist in All Star Bowling. Team Mad Men consists of Jon Hamm (Don Draper), Vincent Kartheiser (Pete Campbell), Rich Sommer (Harry Crane) and series creator Matt Weiner. Team Nerdist consists of comedian Chris Harwick, Weird Al Yankovic, Jonah Ray (podcaster) and Pete Holmes (podcaster).
It gets really funny as both teams try to get into each others heads and heckle each other throughout the whole “competition”. Jon Hamm even tried the old banana peel trick, didn’t quite work. Really funny. Watch below.
Justin Bieber won another trophy, but it’s for a wrong reason. Instead of being lauded for his talent, the Canadian teen idol was awarded for being Villain of the Year. He saved Simon Cowell, Ronnie Radke of Falling in Reverse, Lou Reed and One Direction from taking home the title.
Elvis Presley is getting the hologram treatment like fellow deceased musician Tupac Shakur at Coachella. The same company that was behind Tupac’s hologram, Digital Media (owned by James Cameron), is now getting ready to reveal an authentic and unique hologram version of The King. Apparently they will be putting on an all original concert starring Presley as well as placing him in a few movies and television shows. Not so sure about the movies and television, but I guess it will be cool. The concert is where it’s at though. That should definitely be something. Article after the jump courtesy of Ace Showbiz.
The Apple marketing machine has always thrived on organic media buzz. Devices like the iPad launch to such massive anticipation that whole TV news segments turn into commercials for the product, then hand off to on-the-scene reporters covering the line outside the Apple store, without the company paying a dime. Unfortunately, it seems like Apple didn’t account for two things: the cold, cold heart of the Wolfram Alpha computational knowledge engine, and the dutiful messenger that is Siri.