Video: Scarface Pretty Tony: A Health Reform Love Story by Kenzo Digital

Tuesday, March 16th, 2010

Kenzo Digital, who brought us City of God’s Son, joins in the fight against absurd Health Care Reform rumors, by countering them with more absurdity.

Says Kenzo:

Whether you are for health care reform or not, one thing remains clear: the American public simply does not know enough about the legislation. As concerned citizens, our goal is simple, to raise awareness and create a dialogue. As the debate on health care reform continues to evolve, we feel that it is more important than ever to be aware of the issues and facts at hand. We are not taking a particular stance on health care reform. Rather we seek to inspire debate using satire and absurdity to re-frame the ongoing health care discussion. The following is a spoof movie trailer that explores the outlandish nature of the ongoing myth that illegal immigrants will receive free health care.

Previously: City of God’s Son Deleted Scene: The Eulogy | City of God’s Son Deleted Scene: Verbal Intercourse 2

City of God’s Son Deleted Scene: The Eulogy

Tuesday, March 9th, 2010


Here’s another deleted scene from Kenzo Digital’s audio film City of God’s Son.

Kenzo explains:

This song was created to celebrate and commemorate the life of the late, great Notorious BIG. As the 2nd “Deleted Scene” from the “City of God’s Son” project, I wanted to show my respects by creating this song, and create a parallel world where Biggie still lives. For more information please visit

The Eulogy (Notorious BIG feat. Jay-Z & Nas)

Previously: City of God’s Son Deleted Scene: Verbal Intercourse 2

City of God’s Son Deleted Scene: Verbal Intercourse 2

Thursday, September 10th, 2009


Don’t mean to burst your bubble, but no, this is not an actual sequel to “Verbal Intercourse”. This is a “deleted scene” from Kenzo Digital”s “Beat Cinematic” audio film, City of God’s Son, which you really should check out if you haven’t already.

Says him:

This is the first “Deleted Scene” from the beat cinematic “City of Gods Son”. As an homage to Raekwons “Only Built For Cuban Linx”, this track was created to fill the void of a Nas collaboration that was not on the latest release.  Link below, enjoy.

Verbal Intercourse 2 (ft. Ghostface, Raekwon & Nas

Shout out to Nas for making this possible by failing to show up for an OB4CL2 verse.

Previously: City of God’s Son: Cinema for the Blind