Video: Get to Know P.Casso

Time Out New York catches up with P.So (bka P.Casso) of the AOK Collective.

While out partying with DJ Get Live at the weekly HomeBase NYC bash at bOb’s, TONY ran into AOK Collective member P. Casso. Gearing up for a show down the block, the Earthtone King caught us up on his latest mixtape release, Earthtones, speaking about the concept behind the record and what he’s trying to bring to his eclectic crew and New York hip-hop in general. P.So also spoke about how “Mr. Hollywood,” the lead single off his first major release, For Your Consideration, helped him secure his deal with High Water Music.

Previously: P.Casso ft. Homeboy Sandman & Von Pea – Best In Show (Video)


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33 Responses to “Video: Get to Know P.Casso”

  1. D_block_4_life Says:

    Dave Chapelle is washed up too…

  2. cOLD Says:

    *breaks new artist*

    *is nahright*

  3. eskay Says:

    >>alot of trash has been getting posted. I hope eskay listened to this shit

    I listened and that song was dope.

  4. Farouq (ya thats my government) aka Nah’s Ving Rames in Baby Boy Says:

    Get to Know P.Casso
    ^^^^
    Nah I will pass.

  5. SNORT_SNORTCRAZY88SINCE88 Says:

    PUSSYHole

  6. S.S.BlockBurner Says:

    maino sells 5k first week. nothing more, maybe less.

  7. Farouq (ya thats my government) aka Nah’s Ving Rames in Baby Boy Says:

    I listened and that song was dope.

    ^^
    ok thats all I ask.

    I listened and it was underwhelming to say the Most

  8. D_block_4_life Says:

    White comedic actors lately > black comedic actors lately

    Get over it..

  9. The Shot Clock aka Guns is me Says:

    @ ( o )( o )

    i see you got MJ’s “Who is It” up on your site…u seen the youtube of him beatboxin that shit?

    its fuckin crazy

    …tinyurl.com/olpykr @ 1:00 mark

  10. Mac Brown Says:

    D_block_4_life Says:

    July 1st, 2009 at 1:00 pm
    White comedic actors lately > black comedic actors lately

    Get over it..

    ^^damn……. I have to agree with this though!

  11. Big_seth Says:

    # D_block_4_life Says:
    July 1st, 2009 at 12:58 pm

    Dave Chapelle is washed up too…
    ^^

    BLASPHEMY.

    Just because Chappelle hasn’t done much in a while does not mean he isn’t funny.

  12. D_block_4_life Says:

    I loathe Maino’s music but he will definitely sell more then 5k…Word to Beezy and Ty being the first online at their local Best Buy’s…

  13. D_block_4_life Says:

    I loathe Maino’s music but he will definitely sell more then 5k…Word to Beezy and Ty being the first online at their local Best Buy’s…

  14. Farouq (ya thats my government) aka Nah’s Ving Rames in Baby Boy Says:

    aint no Funny Niggas anymore?????

    1st Richard Prior Die

    then next thing you know Bernie Mac dead. Then Eddie fucked a trannie. Eddie’s brother Charlie kind of wack too.

    Paul Mooney is the last Funny Nigga ALive

    He should name his next stand up

    THE LAST OF FUNNY NIGGA ON EARTH

    Rappers funnier than comedians these days

  15. The Shot Clock aka Guns is me Says:

    Eddie was a monster and he is Michael Jackson territory as far as his comedic reach/influence

    ^^

    Guns!

    >>White comedic actors lately > black comedic actors lately

    ^^

    its true cos all them niggaz- Cedric, DL HUghley, Eddie, even Bernie when he was alive- they got so much fuckin cake they stopped carin about the art form

  16. D_block_4_life Says:

    Truth be told, Dave Chapelle has never been Laugh Out Loud funny to me, to each his own…

  17. S.S.BlockBurner Says:

    zach galifinakis (The Hangover) >>>>>>>

  18. Mac Brown Says:

    THE LAST OF FUNNY NIGGA ON EARTH

    ^^pure genius…

    *hopes paul mooney reads NR

  19. Farouq (ya thats my government) aka Nah’s Ving Rames in Baby Boy Says:

    Fat White Boys who do drugs are Funnier >

  20. D_block_4_life Says:

    Fat White Boys who do drugs are Funnier >
    ^
    Word..

  21. Farouq (ya thats my government) aka Nah’s Ving Rames in Baby Boy Says:

    GHostface funnier than Dave Chappelle

  22. The Shot Clock aka Guns is me Says:

    Paul Mooney is the last Funny Nigga ALive

    ^^

    cos Paul is the only legend still doin shows and keepin it 100.

    Chappelle has basically refused the crown.

  23. eskay Says:

    >>I listened and it was underwhelming to say the Most

    that Illmind beat was dopeness.

  24. soapy Says:

    AmpGeez a.k.a. Michael J. Coxxx Says:

    July 1st, 2009 at 12:54 pm
    alot of trash has been getting posted. I hope eskay listened to this shit

    D_block_4_life Says:

    July 1st, 2009 at 12:48 pm
    And that certain charisma that Maino has is his Street Cred,
    =======================================
    But it’s more then nthat. There’s an authenticity to Maino and his story is the classic rags to riches tale that we can all either relate to or at least admire his come up. There’s something about Maino’s story and persona that rings true and you can’t manufacture that (i.e Rick Rawse). I’ve watched dude come from the mixtapes, to being Lil’ Kim’s hype man, to beefing with Gravy to getting down with T.I. and coming from a local artist to a having a national hit with “All The Above”. You gotta respect his grind, if nothing else.

    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

    Co-sign. Maino ain’t Hov but he seems like a genuine dude, he’s happy to be in the game reaping the benefits of his hard work. He’s selfmade and that’s refreshing in a game where cookie cutter artists (see: Drake, anything out the South) are what’s popping. On the strength I’m buying three copies of his album (don’t know if I’ll ever listen) and going to see him Cam’ron and Styles P next weekend at the Congress Theatre.

  25. Mr. Papagiorgio Says:

    zach galifinakis (The Hangover) >>>>>>>

    ^^

    i co-sign this.

  26. Hoskins Says:

    nahright needs more Ron Artest Music. His Mike Jackson tribute>>>>>>>>>>

  27. Farouq (ya thats my government) aka Nah’s Ving Rames in Baby Boy Says:

    that Nigga Ghost should have toured the Comedy circuit doing his Material from the Book THE WORLD ACCORDING TO PRETTY TONEY. Cot damn

  28. D_block_4_life Says:

    But it’s more then nthat. There’s an authenticity to Maino and his story is the classic rags to riches tale that we can all either relate to or at least admire his come up. There’s something about Maino’s story and persona that rings true and you can’t manufacture that (i.e Rick Rawse). I’ve watched dude come from the mixtapes, to being Lil’ Kim’s hype man, to beefing with Gravy to getting down with T.I. and coming from a local artist to a having a national hit with “All The Above”. You gotta respect his grind, if nothing else.
    ^
    I do respect his grind, but i have never been the type of listener to get open or listen harder because the things being rapped are actually true.

    I don’t admire anything Maino’s come up, FTR.

    I acknowledge he knows how to make a hit record and that’s wassup, but as an MC i think he is below mediocre and i could give a shit about his music.

  29. S.S.BlockBurner Says:

    anybody (nigga, honkey, spic) on drugs who pays attention to detail >>>>

  30. Farouq (ya thats my government) aka Nah’s Ving Rames in Baby Boy Says:

    Three workers at a waste transfer station in Queens were overcome by toxic fumes Monday afternoon and died, apparently falling one after another into the Stygian gloom of a putrid, manhole-size, 18-foot-deep well they were trying to vacuum, fire officials said.

    3 Workers Dead at Waste Plant in Queens

    Post a Comment on City Room

    The New York Times
    The accidents occurred at a waste transfer station in Jamaica, Queens.
    A rope and ladder dangling into the hole, which was filled with deadly concentrations of hydrogen sulfide gas, and the accounts of witnesses at the scene suggested to the authorities that one victim had fallen first to his death and that the other two had followed in successive, futile rescue efforts.

    Firefighters found the bodies — including those of a father and son — floating face down in four feet of murky water at the bottom of the hole at the Regal Recycling Company at 172-06 Douglas Avenue in Jamaica, an ugly street of waste plants, garbage scows and sheds enclosed by chain-link fences and topped by fluttering American flags.

  31. D_block_4_life Says:

    Tell me what do you seeeee

  32. Big_seth Says:

    Them white boys are funny, but there aren’t any smart comedians like Chappelle anymore.

    Mooney don’t even say nigga anymore.

    Its cool to laugh at a fatty falling or getting hit in the face or other white shenanigans, but the world is worse off without a black dude dressing in white face & acting subliminally racist.

  33. Seth Gueko Says:

    maino 10K first week : maybe more, nothing less !

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