Posts Tagged ‘Jay Brown’


NYC is the backdrop for the first video off Apollo Brown’s off his latest project Grandeur. The Barrel Brothers supply the verses. The video is directed by Jay Brown.


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The multi-faceted Georgia Anne Muldrow is on a mission to prove her worth an an upper-tier emcee via her new project A Thoughtiverse Unmarred, the first full rap album from the singer/producer. The blues-infused “Arkansas” displays her lyrical prowess with lines full of vivid imagery. The clip is directed by Jay Brown with Chris Keys on production.

[Video] Pete Rock – “Cosmic Slop”

Posted: April 29, 2015 by Ismael AbduSalaam in Music News
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Directed by Jay Brown and Zack Kashkett, “Cosmic Slop” is the first video off Pete Rock’s Petestrumentals 2 (June 23). The clip finds Pete recreating the beat and also traveling the NYC streets.


“Augmentation” is the first video off Rapper Big Pooh and Apollo Brown’s nine track EP Words Paint Pictures. The duo shot the visuals in Detroit with director Jay Brown and FX specialist Paul Mihailoff. In his own words, Pooh breaks down the meaning of the song:

Sometimes you have to destroy and rebuild in order to augment an idea. Augmentation is me destroying the idea that a lot of young cats have about a career in Hip Hop/Rap. We are trained to look at the exceptions and accept them as the standard. I just wanted to share some real game with up and comers, spectators, and those looking to make their mark.



Described as bringing “militant mystics to life,” Black Opera’s “Black Nirvana” is the latest video off their album The Great Year. The video is directed by Jay Brown with special effects via Paul Mihailoff. Production is handled by Arjun Singh.

[Video] The 1978ers – “Without A Clue”

Posted: December 4, 2014 by Ismael AbduSalaam in Music News
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For those living life aimlessly, yU has some words of wisdom to get you back in focus. SlimKat’s production is complimented by some live trumpet and trombone instrumentation. The 1978ers latest album, People of Today, can be purchased HERE.


Shot in Detroit by Jay Brown, the video for “How To Kill God” takes Ras Kass and Apollo Brown among the urban decay of the foreclosed Detroit Masonic Temple, the original Model-T assembly line, and a closed cathedral. You can purchase the duo’s Blasphemy album HERE.