Kendrick Lamar came to Syracuse last Friday. Safe to say it was an incredible experience seeing him live. Big Thank You to the kind people of Interscope and Dave Free, his manager, for making this possible. Stay posted for more, including full post and more pictures.
So the past couple weeks, I have neglected bits of life to work on prepping/my actual transfer to the strange state of NY. I started my adventure in New York, NY after a bit of rain, 4 hour flight delays, and some misdirection with driving. So excuse, the tardiness and the lack of attention and enjoy!
That’s all for now. Tomorrow things start getting serious. I move in. Syracuse be good to me.
Last night I met up with my good homies DJ GNO and DJ Zap and Leanne to help out and support their gig at Boardner’s Club in Hollywood. Aside from all of the confusion that ensued in the beginning, it was a damn good time and the two are ridiculous at what they do. Look them up!
Yesterday I caught up with the Chemistree team and discussed a lot of exciting things to look forward to in the future, but with all good things that are made, there is a better meal that helped fuel the creatives.
Since we were on Melrose, Tomato Pie seemed as the only logical place to eat at instead. A cool, small little joint amongst all the streetwear commotion. The slice pictured above is the Syracuse, aka my future school!
Also decided to take a small business trip down to De La Barracuda and walked in on the beginning work of the pop up shop that’s being built there! Make sure to stay posted with these guys.
Finally ended the excursion at Boba Bear, where the real business is just beginning to go down. Everyone excited about the Chemistree Line is barely ready for what’s to come, not to mention with the good man of The Red Eye Flight. Check them all out and “like” the page too!
Last Wednesday, me and my wonderful friends, Summer, Daniel, and Tony went to go out to the Libertine to support our good homies of The Rhythm Section. Click the link for the facebook and like it!
Keep the Rhythm Section on tab for great live jazz music and a fun environment!
The past couple days and the incoming ones have/will be super busy! If you haven’t already check out all my recent coverage on Warm Brew’s music video, or find it on my tumblr! This week is very promising holding 2 new videos from the good people of 3Below Clothing and Archive Collective, both very promising brands on the come up. Also keep looking for typical day posts with pictures to come. Didn’t have anyone to capture behind the scenes tonight, but there will be photos tomorrow! For now, I have work in 6 hours so it’s finally time for me to sleep! Goodnight.
Once again, if this is your first visit it may be best if you were caught up to speed with everything thats been happening with the fine people of Warm Brew and video with 18mm Productions with posts on Day 1 and Day 2. Today marked the final day of shooting with a call time of 3:00 PM and the beautiful location of a beach house in Malibu, it was much more relaxed than the past. The Set
But just cause the video ended doesn’t mean this is the last encounter with the group. Stay Tuned.
Please visit Day 1 on all the madness you’ve been missing out on if this is your first experience to the blog. Day 2 called on a bit more normal call time of 10 A.M., however not all that normal after most of the crew getting what some would barely call “sleep.” Regardless, it’s always a fun time, especially when there are even more new people who came out today. Location: Malibu/PCH Theme: What the fuck?
And while on location BJ and Bomby decided to have a friendly, competitive race. I’ll let the pictures do the talking.
P.S. Big thank you to the great support from Richard at Those Folks, as well as all the other support I’ve been getting! The blog reached 500 total hits today!
Today… or should I say this morning, marked the first day-or night-of filming for the homies of Warm Brew‘s song Doin It Right. Location: Gilbert’s off of Pico & 26th. Call Time: 11:00 P.M. Theme: Humor. Marcus unloading the van.
The master behind the camera. Kenny Vanilly from 18milly–aka 18mm Productions.
Stay tuned for more… much more. Call Time at 9 AM. It’s 3:35. Fuck.