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Video: Reflection Eternal Interview w/ OKP

Wednesday, May 5th, 2010

Okayplayer went behind the scenes at Reflection Eternal’s shoot for “Midnight Hour” featuring Estelle. Revolutions Per Minute drops May 18th.

Previously: Reflection Eternal – 16 Bars (Video)

Video: U-N-I Interview w/ OKPTV @ SXSW 2010

Monday, April 19th, 2010

Previously: U-N-I – Desha Dayana (Video)

Video: Nas & Damian Marley on OKPTV (Pt. 1)

Monday, April 5th, 2010

Okayplayer caught up with Nas first then Damian Marley in Austin, TX during SxSW.

Here is part 1 where the guys talk about how the Distant Relatives collaboration (in stores May 18th) came to be, the overall aesthetic of the album, health care, and Barack Obama after completing one year in office.

Part 2 coming later this week. Props to Okayplayer.

Previously: Nas & Damian Marley – Distant Relatives (Trailer) (Video)

Video: Brother Ali on Late Night on Jimmy Fallon

Monday, December 21st, 2009

The Presence of Greatness.

Last week I flew out to New York to sit in with The Legendary Roots Crew on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon. I’m a huge fan of these dudes. Questlove is one of the greatest producers/band leaders of all time, Black Thought is among the greatest MC’s and The Roots are in my top 10 most influential Hip Hop groups. -Look for an article on my top 10 later this week.- We played “The Preacher” and “Tight Rope” along with a few freestyle pieces. It’s a shame that most of what we did was during the commercial breaks but here’s the entire episode from last Tuesday.

Poppin’ bottles with Jimmy and The Roots.

Hit the jump for footage of Brother Ali at OKP’s ’09 Holiday Jammy.

Read more about that night on his blog.

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Video: Okayplayer’s 2009 Holiday Jammy

Thursday, December 17th, 2009

Join KarmaloopTV at Okayplayer’s 2009 Holiday Jammy with The Roots,the cast of Fela, Blitz Ambassador, Bajah + the Dry Eye Crew and special appearances from Mos Def, Brother Ali and Jay Electronica!

Previously: The Cast of Fela! @ The Roots Holiday Jam (Video)

The Noisettes feat. Wale & Estelle – Don’t Upset the Rhythm (Tricky Remix)

Wednesday, November 18th, 2009

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In case you’ve never heard of The Noisettes, check out this project they did with Mick Boogie, Terry Urban and Okayplayer.

The Noisettes feat. Wale & Estelle – Don’t Upset the Rhythm (Tricky Remix) | Mediafire

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Shouts to homeboy InfNYC.

Video: Zion I Interview w/ Act Live Rochester

Monday, May 25th, 2009

Props to OKP

Video: The Roots Present The Jam ft. Talib Kweli & John Forte

Friday, March 20th, 2009

Says Gingerlynn:

Since everyone can’t live in New York City, OKP took our camera crews into “The Roots present The Jam” @ The Highline Ballroom to bring you a virtual video taste of the new weekly jam session. The jump off last week was a crazy first show, with Talib Kweli, Pharoahe Monch and John Forté Jr. trading verses side by side, along with Black Thought and Dice Raw.

Overall it was an incredible evening. Check out these two webisodes for the live experience brought directly to your ‘puter. After the jump is the 2nd video in this series, and it fully captures one of Capn’ Kirk’s amazing guitar solos. Look at those fingers!

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Video: Tabi Bonney – Rich Kids

Thursday, March 19th, 2009

This premiered over at Okayplayer.

Today we have the OKP world premiere of D.C. emcee Tabi Bonney‘s new video (Dir. Tabi & E. Decena) for “Rich Kids.” The track (prod. Ski & Apple Juice Kid) is the first single off of Tabi’s recently released EP, Dope. This EP is the first of a 3 part series, all to be released this year. Tabi has been on his indy grind reppin’ the DMV for a minute now, show some support and get that Dope EP.

Spotted @ Please Don’t Stare. Shouts to Big Homie.

Aceyalone feat. Bionik – The Way It Was

Tuesday, February 3rd, 2009

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Straight off the heels of 2007’s Lightning Strikes, Aceyalone’s ode to his love for Caribbean music, comes the second installment in this OkayArtist’s creative series of genre-specific tributes. Aceyalone & The Lonely Ones (street date March 31) boasts a full big-band sound that authentically draws from Doo-Wop, Blues and Funk inspired by Phil Spector’s “Wall Of Sound,” 60s girl groups, and the J.B.s. As with Lightning Strikes, the Freestyle Fellowship veteran once again teamed up with producer/singer/songwriter Bionik to painstakingly re-create the sound and feel of a long-gone era and augmented with modern flourishes. The result is an album that simultaneously looks forward and back for inspiration.

Aceyalone feat. Bionik – The Way It Was

Props to OKP