FREESTYLE DRIVE SEASON 3, EPISODE 1 featuring staHHr [VIDEO]

Check our staHHr cruising the streets of Bed Stuy with Lebanese Ether rhyming, building, freestyling and spreading love the Brooklyn way. This is the season 3 opener.

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staHHr-RESPECT DUE: DWYCK [VIDEO]

Video directed by Nick Burnz.

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Supreme balance.

staHHr: RESPECT DUE: TIME’S UP [VIDEO]

Video directed by Nick Burnz.

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Fuck who that I offend.

 

 

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Gang staHHr

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BTS Times Up video shoot.

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The cast

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A living doll.

staHHr-RESPECT DUE: COME CLEAN (TAKEOVER) [VIDEO]

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IMG_6869staHHr, or as we affectionately refer to her “Barbarella”, hits us with round two of the Respect Due video series. This installment, she attacks the gritty Jeru the Damaja classic “Come Clean”, produced by   DJ Premier. The video was shot on location in Brooklyn, NY by the talented photographer/videographer Corren Conway of F12 Films.

 

 

 

Respect Due: Special Edition- The Notorious B.I.G.

“If I said it, I meant it bite my tongue for no one/call me evil or unbelievable.”
O.G. salute to the King of New York aka Frank White, Brooklyn’s finest. Biggie Smalls will always be the illest.
Model: staHHr
Photographer: Nick Burnz for black algebra multimedia llc
King of NY tee: http://www.classicmaterialny.com
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[VIDEO]Joey Bada$$ – 95 Til Infinity (Official Music Video)”

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I am unapologetically a Joey Bada$$ enthusiast. He reminds of the mcs I grew up listening to. He’s not just babbling or spitting a bunch of nonsense. His lyrics are witty, intellectual and metaphysical. Style, flow, delivery are like that of a seasoned pro. His vocal tone and cadence reminds me of Black Thought and Breezly Brewin (Juggaknots), yet his sound and style are his own. This isn’t the most recent video, but this is my favorite joint of his, so I’m rocking with it tough. Looking forward to seeing him perform this Sunday at the Smoker’s Club Tour show in Atlanta. Salute to the entire Pro Era and Beast Coast.
“We in disguise behind enemy lines…”