***Exclusive Footage from the "Spit Therapy" instore at Fat Beats in NYC!!!
"MC on the MPC"
"The Cipher" feat. Homeboy Sandman
Freestyle Intro to set off the instore!!!
***Exclusive Footage from the "Spit Therapy" release party!!!
*Mr. Beatz debut video for "Plain and Simple", produced by The Avid Record Collector.
*This is a little montage I created for my song, "The MC on the MPC". ***IT IS NOT AN OFFICIAL VIDEO!!!
*A classic, exclusive performance at the world famous Nuyorican in NYC of "MC on the MPC" in which Mr. Beatz is spitting live while programming the MPC on stage!!!
*Mr. Beatz was part of an historical event this year when he took part in the 3rd Annual Rapathon held at the Hip Hop Cultural Center in Harlem, NYC. The event was a 26-hour on stage rhyme cipher that set a record in the Guiness Book of World Records!
***Exclusive rough cut video clip for Omin Child's "B-Boy Soul" video.
*This rough cut clip includes the Mr. Beatz cameo that was cut from the final version of the video due to time restraints. Shout out to Omin Child!
I've been showing my face in a few videos by other artists I roll with so I figured I should add a little "cameo" section on here to let others know about these artists and about other little projects I took part in.
***This is a really dope video from my homie Oxygen. If you know about my "Spit Therapy" album then you heard him on "Underground's Finest". He shot a lot of this footage at the Big City Records store in NYC on their final day of operation. It was such a dope and sad day for those who dig for vinyl in NYC. The song and video are dope so I'm glad to have been a part of it!
***Here's a dope video from my homie Jay Love. This joint was produced by my brutha The Avid Record Collector so it was dope to be a part of this video with the both of them. I've recorded a couple of joints with Avid (for the "Spit Therapy" album) and it was cool for both of us to be in a video together since he wasn't able to make it for my "Plain and Simple" video. Another dope thing about this particular video is that we're all originally from Westchester, NY so it's always dope to rep where I'm from. Since I've been living in the NYC boroughs for years a lotta peeps don't realize it. Born Talent is another MC/homie of mine who is in the video as well. Big shout to all of them!
***Here's a really dope video from my brutha from anutha, Homeboy Sandman. He's really killin' it right now on Stonesthrow records and this joint is just another example of the dopeness he's been bringing. It's really dope how this video came out considering that it started raining and we were all forced to make it work in one take! Big shout to him of course and Pace who directed the video!
***Here's a dope video from my homie Diabolic!!! I did a dope show out in Long Island recently (although I was supposed to be on a break from shows lol) along with Nightwalker, the Day Laborers, Diabolic and a few other cats and the footage with us in the background is from this show. Diabolic decided to get some footage during the event and this is how it all came together. Big shout to Diabolic!
***Here's another video from my brother M-Tri!!! I know, I know...I'm always in his videos lol. But this video is mad creative and I literally just came back from Philly just minutes before the shoot started.
***Here's a really dope video from my brothers the Brown Bag All Stars!!! This is some straight, raw, hard, New York, boom-bap shit!!!
***Here's another Brown Bag video from my homie Soul Khan. This video is dope (I know I say that about all of them, but they are lol) and was mad fun just whilin' out during the hook of the song with a bunch of goons lol!!! Big shout to him and of course the rest of the Brown Bag All Stars.
***Big shout out to my homie Hasan Salaam for this one! This cameo is mad different from the rest. If you go to about 45 seconds into the video you'll see my quick cameo and why it's different lol. It was definitely a lotta fun to shoot it!
***Here's a video put together by the Hip Hop Cultural Center in Harlem, NYC and the legendary Ralph McDaniels! This video features a few of my peeps from the annual Rapathon that's put together by the Hip Hop Cultural Center. It was also dope to be a part of this since Ralph McDaniels featured my video on the legendary Video Music Box show. Shout out to him and the Hip Hop Cultural Center.
***Here's a video from my homie Warren Brit featuring YC the Cynic and J Monopoly.
***This video was very different in a lot of ways. First of all, we were rocking with a live band. Also, I was a hype man. This is not normal for me because usually I never like holding a mic on stage unless I'm actually gonna spit lolol, but this is my homie Solomon Jazz so I was definitely down to do whatever to be a part of this cuz that's my dude! We had MAD fun shooting this, which I'm sure is very evident from watching.
***Dope video by my brother from another mother, M-Tri!!!
***Check out this video from my partner in rhyme, Homeboy Sandman!!! Funny shit!!! LOL
***Check out this video from my homie, P.Casso!!! This video makes it kinda hard for anyone to be able to point me out lol, but it's dope!
***This was Solomon Jazz's first official music video and I'm glad that I was able to be a part of it.
***Here's a dope video from the Juggaknots. The funny thing about this one is that I was a part of their video, but was pretty much edited out of it. You never know what parts of the video footage are gonna be used during video shoots. At about 1:03 in the video you'll see part of a dude in a red shirt standing off to the right side for a couple seconds and that ends up being my whole part lol. I'm far from selfish so as long as the video came out dope for my peeps that's all that matters! Big shout to my homie Breeze Brewin!
***This is my very FIRST official cameo in a Hip Hop video. I'm pretty sure everyone already knows about this one by Dead Prez for "Hip Hop". Shout out to them and also shout out to my homie Chaz who suggested that I post this. This is where it all started in my cameo career lolol.
"Keep Rockin", produced by Mr. Beatz
"The MC on the MPC", produced by Mr. Beatz
"Above Water", produced by Skammadix
"The Incredible", by Mr. Beatz and K.I.N.E.T.I.K. and produced by J57 of the Brown Bag Allstars