Spent time on set with Ben helping with this movie Brent and him are a part of. I assisted him with filming, gave some opinions on lighting, stood on some chairs and got really drunk. Mixed in some footage I found from this fall of Brent & Que Cee in Basement Bar. Must have been October/November.
SPECIAL GUESTS including:
Rathet by Nature
Paco & Friends x Low Profile – invade Greenwich Village!
Established in 1961, The Bitter End is the oldest rock and roll club in New York City. The classic red brick stage backdrop and intimate vibe make this historic venue almost as iconic as its headliners. For over 50 years, our audiences have been blown away by legendary artists like Stevie Wonder, Bob Dylan, Lady Gaga, Jackson Browne, Neil Diamond, Gavin DeGraw, Woody Allen, Jon Stewart, Randy Newman, Billy Crystal, Tommy James, Norah Jones, Donnie Hathaway, Curtis Mayfield, and thousands more. The Bitter End is located in the heart of Greenwich Village.
In addition to tonight’s event, Kendrick performed at American Express’ #AmexAccess concert at Art Basel in Miami at the top of this month.
And alongside former NBA baller Shaquille O’Neal, the West Coast wordsmith also appeared in American Express’ #ShopSmall commercial, which made the rounds on social media weeks ago, just in time for the holiday shopping rush.
Crimdella is an old soul, brought back to the future to seek his vengeance.
He’s here to pioneer a movement of honesty, ferocity, fraternity, and monumental truth. Listen to Crimdella! There will be blood.
Bury Me In Gold vol. 1 finds a supremely confident Crimdella delving deeper into a fresh take on hip-hop he has coined #trap-power. For Bury Me In Gold vol. 1, Crimdella, aka #BlackZeusX, partnered exclusively with upstart producer MNDCFT, who takes the ambitious, unhinged rhythms of trap music, marrying them with uncanny melodies. Crimdella fuses these compositions into socially observant, blisteringly personal raps, seasoned with visionary songwriting. Bury Me In Gold vol. 1 is the Harlem emcee’s definitive manifesto.
The #BlackGodPantheon is a collective of New York based, genre-spanning, multidisciplinary artists who are connected by musicality, aesthetic and vision devoted to uplifting Black lives. Their primary method is showing up and throwing down.