Why would I want to crack this open? Well, time will eventually snitch me out, as always.
Posts Tagged ‘Aristadoe’
Tags: Aristadoe, ink, MULT-SURFACE, TAKE A LOOK AT THE FLICKS
Tags: Album art work, Aristadoe, Photographer, Photographer Aristadoe, Star 6ix, Testing the Waters
Tags: Aristadoe, Frado, Gleams, Grify, Hecdosage, Highbridge Park, Jonathan Pagan., Miguel Chandon Sanchez, Ra Vegas, The Microphone Cancelled, Washington Heights Rappers
A sequel to ‘The Microphone’ music video was in the works; a semi script/concepts was nearly completed. The project, directed, edited and filmed by Aristadoe, was to include the previous ensemble cast: Jonathan Pagan, Miguel Chandon Sánchez, Grify, Frado, Hecdosage, Gleams, Ra Vegas, Aristadoe among others. Although the entire cast came off in terms of performances, I decided to go in a different direction instead, due to complications. Thus, the sequel to ‘The Microphone’ video has been officially cancelled. But rest assure, I still have some interesting projects in store, so stay tuned.
Thanks to all who participated, and the viewers as well.
Tags: Aristadoe, Aristadoe & Brace, Brace, Brace Yourself, Nemo 174th street, Washington Heights
Music collaborations in hip hop are mostly based on several reasons: skills, chemistry, talents and money being the prime source. Yet, for this joint ‘Brace Yourself’ produced by ADP, Brace and Aristadoe joined forces to disperse what they about, pure talent, and the video captivates that. The video was filmed in Washington Heights, New York City, directed, shot and edited by Aristadoe.
Tags: Aristadoe, Ra Vegas, St. John's Lane and 6th Avenue south of Canal Street., tribeca new york city
A SNEAK PREVIEW OF ARISTADOE WARMING UP @ TRIBECA NYC VIDEO SHOOT FOR ‘STAY SCHEMIN’.
THE FOOTAGE WAS FILMED BY RA VEGAS.
Tags: Aristadoe, Aristadoe & Ra Vegas Double Impact, Canal Street, Frado, Ra Vegas, Rick Ross, Stay Schemin
Ra Vegas & Aristadoe team up on the ‘Stay Schemin’ remix, which was originally recorded by Rick Ross. Although the beat remains the same, it was slightly formatted which complements their lyrical style.The chorus takes a twist with an overlapped approach, which not only shows creativity but authenticity as well. The music video was filmed by Aristadoe along with Amandy exchange, on the grimy streets of Canal street in NYC. You can watch the trailer of the Double Impact Duo by clicking the picture below.
Tags: Aristadoe, Crooked I, entertainment, Frado the beat man, Gleams, Grify, Hecdosage, High Bridge Park, Joe Budden, Joel Ortiz, Jonathan Pagan., Latin Rappers, Miguel Chandon Sanchez, Ra, Royce da 5'9, Slaughterhouse, Slaughterhouse vs 2.6.S Empire Video, Washington Heights Finest, youtube