I needed to test some new editing plug-ins over the weekend and this is the end result. This was filmed at the Black Girls vinyl release show at Kingdom featuring: White Laces, The Trillions, NO BS! Brass, and of course, Black Girls. S/O to Bucky and the team at Worthless Junk for the hook up. Like the Cheats Movement on Facebook (Click Here)
First and foremost, S/O to MizzUndastood and Black Liquid for organizing, hosting, and promoting such a good cause in RVA. Homelessness is a problem in our city, especially during this holiday season. We all must do our part to help our community. RVA Hip Hop has really presented a strong – positive showing with community events throughout the year. With that said, last night’s Hip Hop For The Hungry went hard with performances by: Artik Phreeze, Black Liquid, Bobby Capri, The Big League, Divine Profitz, Illa Scorsese, Kleph Dollaz, Radio B, Ms Proper, NickelusF (with Conrizzle), Sleaze, and more (If I left you off — my bad –holla at me).
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Talented RVA Hip-Hop tonight at Strange Matter. DJ King James is in the building! If you missed my clip from FMF III – Check this out! Don’t sleep on RVA! It’s going down.
Last night, I stopped by Bogarts to see one of my favorite Richmond bands Beast Wellington. They were celebrating the release of their latest CD with a large number of supporters, family members, and friends. Mark, Samantha, and the BW crew did not disappoint. Check out all of my photos from last night by clicking here. Also, I met some very cool photographers last night and even a few people that are familiar with this blog. Thanks so much for the support. A very fun night indeed.
Trombone Shorty and Orleans Avenue did their thing at Friday Cheers. Listen to Shorty blaze Marvin Gaye’s Let’s Get It On. He also treated the crowd to James Brown and Louis Armstrong. Treme was in RVA last night – Amazing!
The Carolina Chocholate Drops cover of Hit’em up Style is amazing (see for yourself). They are great live and really brought their style to the National. If you can see them in the future…DO IT!
I can honestly say that I had never seen anything l ike what Sleigh Bells did Friday night. It was the most hyped I’d ever seen a concert crowd. The show was short but if it went any longer there would have been serveral heart attacks in the crowd.
The multi-talented [and super beautiful] Rhiannon Giddens lays down the vocal and newest Chocolate Drop Beatboxer Adam Matta kills it at the National.