Video: Looking4Galt (Full Documentary)

Thursday, December 20th, 2012

Here is the full hour long documentary on Gasface’s search for composer Galt McDermot.

Previously: Looking4Galt (Documentary Teaser) | Think B.I.G. w/ Matty C & Schott Free (Gasface)

Video: Think B.I.G. w/ Alchemist (Gasface)

Friday, November 23rd, 2012

Episode 2 of Gasface’s Think B.I.G. series with Alc.

Previously: Think B.I.G. w/ Chi Modu (Gasface)

Video: Just Blaze x Gasface

Friday, June 8th, 2012


Just Blaze x Gasface by Gasface

Follow Gasface and Just Blaze as they crawl through Lyons woods…

The best things in life are free,
the multi-adamantium artist celebrated our birthday by dedicating randoms cars in the streets.

Blaze a car in honor of Justin ? We did it.
Blaze two clubs in one night ? Just did it.

Previously: 1500 or Nothin’ & Just Blaze Make a Beat

Video: A Night in Alphabet City (Epilogue)

Monday, May 9th, 2011

As a wrap up to last week’s A Night in Alphabet City series from Gasface, Buck breaks down in live performance philosophy.

A Night in Alphabet City: Part 1Part 2Part 3Part 4 | Part 5

Video: A Night in Alphabet City (w/ Buckshot)

Monday, May 2nd, 2011

In celebration of the launch of their new web home, Media Gasface drops some crisp Buckshot performance footage. Look out for more goodness throughout the week.

gasface.net is on … and we want to celebrate by inviting ya’ll to A Night In Alphabet City.
Most Live performances sound terrible on the Internet that’s why we put our definition of raw deluxe sound should be.
The place is Alphabet City and the God Mc is Buckshot Shorty
5 souvenirs, 5 days in a row… we on some real live shit!

In about two minutes, you’ll remember why you love Hip Hop more than any other music. Enjoy.

Previously: The Story Behind T La Rock’s Jacket on the Lyrical King Cover

Media Gasface – New York Minute Ep. 6 (Fast Life ft. The Ruff Ryders & Mysonne)

Wednesday, November 24th, 2010

For the 6th and final installment in Media Gasface’s New York Minute documentary mini-series, they travel up the Bronx and connect with some of the soldiers from the Ruff Ryders crew, former state prisoner and respected MC Mysonne and Terrence Dean, Swizz’s pops. What a great series, I’d like to have this on DVD with some bonus footage and director’s commentary or something.

Previously: New York Minute Ep. 5 (Lost Generation) | Raekwon on Park Hill | The Day Big Pun Became Immortal | New York Minute Ep. 4 (Night Nurse ft. G. Dep) | Sadat X Talks About The Crack Era | New York Minute Ep. 3 (Land of Dream) | The Verse That Killed DJ Evil Dee’s Rap Career | New York Minute Ep. 2 (The Magic Number ft. Joell Ortiz) | How Torae Met Dipset |New York Minute Ep. 1 (Midnight Marauder)

Video: Media Gasface – New York Minute Ep. 5 (Lost Generation)

Wednesday, November 17th, 2010

For episode 5 of the New York Minute documentary series, we travel across the Verrazano to meet the Liberian refugees of Staten Island.

Staten Island, home of 8,000 Liberian immigrants,
might have the largest concentration of child soldiers in North America. US citizens used to see these kids on CNN -carrying a Teddy bear in one hand and an AK-47 in the other- during the Liberian civil war.
Ten years later, they observe this lost generation out their window.
This story has no heroes, only survivors.

Previously: Media Gasface – New York Minute Ep. 4 (Night Nurse ft. G. Dep) | The Day Big Pun Became Immortal

Video: Media Gasface – New York Minute Ep. 4 (Night Nurse ft. G. Dep)

Wednesday, November 10th, 2010

For part 4 of Media Gasface’s New York Minute mini-series, they head up to Spanish Harlem and The Bronx with G. Dep, once a prince of the city under King Puff, he’s now back to being a Child of the Ghetto. For real, son got that look in his eyes. You know the look I’m talking about. But yo, how crazy is the production value on these segments? Props to Gasface for putting this together and putting it together right.

What goes up must come down.
Everyone knows that, especially if you are from
Uptown, Harlem. G Dep was the talk of the town when he joined Puff Daddy in 1999. But he felt in love with the Night Nurse… 8 years after his meeting with the Hip Hop mogul, he was arrested for breaking a display model mobile phone and spent a year on Rikers Island, without anyone showing up with his $750 bail.
Sometimes the night seems endless on Allerton Ave.

Previously: Media Gasface – New York Minute Ep. 3 (Land of Dream) | Sadat X Talks About The Crack Era

Video: Sadat X Talks About The Crack Era

Friday, November 5th, 2010

So every Friday, Gasface is dropping these thisismyNYMinute supplements to their New York Minute mini-series. Last week it was Buckshot breaking down the end of Evil Dee’s rap career, and this week Sadat X regales us with tales from the days when crack cocaine ruled the streets of NYC (“yo when crack first came out? that was the greatest thing ever!”). He also speaks on Boy George, a hustler from the Bronx (Cormega name-checked him on “Glory Days”) who let Calvin Klein shoot a perfume commercial at his crib.

Previously: Media Gasface – New York Minute Ep. 3 (Land of Dream)

Video: Media Gasface – New York Minute Ep. 3 (Land of Dream)

Wednesday, November 3rd, 2010

Part 3 of Media Gasface’s New York Minute documentary series takes us to my former, temporary home, the borough of Queens, NY. With DJ Mista Sinista as a guide we visit Roosevelt Avenue, the undocumented “ghost workers” of Willets Point, Citi Field, Hollis and Flushing Meadows Park.

New York is an universal magnet.
And Queens, with its two airports, is the American Dream’s waiting room. Next to Flushing Meadow Park’s Unisphere, at the end of Roosevelt Avenue –the most cosmopolitan thoroughfare of the city-, there’s Willets Point, a place where the World meets with hundreds of ghostworkers from the Junkyard.
An inspirational blend for Deejay Mista Sinista.

Previously: Media Gasface – New York Minute Ep. 2 (The Magic Number ft. Joell Ortiz)