This great looking documentary about Breez Evahfowin is coming out soon? This is a 20 minute look at it and it looks dope as fuck. Akrobatik and Premo in the cut among others. RIP Pumpkinhead
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This is a foreign documentary dating back to the golden era of hiphop, although it’s foreign it’s done in America so they talking is just subtitled, vintage interviews with Grandmaster Flash (among others) and showing and explaining his DJ sets and why the MC/rappin’ was necessary. Vintage freestyles, Dougie Fresh and Biz Markie beatboxing, a young LL Cool J talkin bout loving ladies and just straight up hiphop culture at its finest. And then you have the Ice-T documentary on top of it by the same team. I suggest everyone should watch this.
Good stuff right here.
There’s no denying that the Beat Junkies are one of the most influential DJ crews ever assembled. With collaborations with some of the most defining acts and individuals in a variety of genres, it’s only right to celebrate the twenty-years since the crew emerged from the Los Angeles and Bay Area underground. LRG is pleased to announce For the Record -a short-form documentary that places a needed spotlight on the Beat Junkie’s influence and progression lent towards hip-hop and DJ culture. In addition, an LRG x World Famous Beat Junkies Tee and Limited New Era Snapback will be available when the Beat Junkies kick off their world tour which gets started Saturday, June 30 at the Echoplex in Los Angeles. For now, let the teaser trailer serve as a warmup for the July 2 release date of For the Record.
Behind the Music with Nasir Jones, check it out.