Jay-Z’s performance art video for “Picasso Baby”, featuring lots of famous faces and, even better, lots of not so famous faces. This is an interesting perspective of how the energy around performed music differs from that of when it’s just heard/experienced by the listener.
Maybe I just love old Hollywood…or maybe I just like Faye Dunaway’s tam (inside joke). At any rate…this is back when movie stars were really movie stars and most of the mythology was still alive…before the “over coverage” of today. It’s just Faye and Warren just doing what classic movie stars do: Stunt for the camera in Paris. Why not?
Faye Dunaway and Warren Beatty at the premiere of Bonnie and Clyde.Paris, 1968.
What’s so intriguing about this video is not the artists/actors/athletes who are in it, but the amount of likes/dislikes on YouTube. At the time of this post there are 5.2 Million views with over 35K likes and over 22K dislikes…roughly a 61/39 split. That’s a lot of people who chose to express their opinion on this video. Where do you fall on this issue, the approach, or the video itself?
A friend from London asked, “Why do Americans love the 2nd Amendment so much?”
S/O to @HighImpactDsgns! Several months ago High Impact Multimedia gave us “Underexposed: Indie Hip-Hop in Atlanta”, which highlighted a cadre of hip-hop artists, DJs, and producers in the local Atlanta area. (In this particular clip we get to meet the artists involved in the documentary.)
Fast forward to NOW….
High Impact Multimedia in association with Wonderroot, Atlanta Film Festival and A3C Hip-Hop Festival presents an encore screening of its new documentary, “Change In The Game” with a panel afterwards featuring Boog Brown, Sha Stimuli, YaNi, Focus…, Soul Wallace and Phene! Panel moderated by The G Cafe (That’s Us!). More Info Here…