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Throwback Thursday: Notorious BIG “One More Chance”

Posted in Music, Throwback Thursday with tags , , , , , , , , , , on March 11, 2010 by prolifik1

Kenzo Digital presents City of God’s Son (A Beat Cinematic)

Posted in Art, Entertainment, Music with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on March 10, 2010 by prolifik1

“City of God’s Son” is an experimental hip-hop opera starring Nas, Jay Z, Ghostface, Biggie Smalls, Raekwon, Samuel Jackson, Delroy Lindo, and Laurence Fishburne. It is a crime drama/coming of age tale of three fictitious characters growing up in a crime ridden city in a jungle. This project explores the icon of the gangster in modern media, and weaves musical history and gangster film history into an operatic music based story of brotherhood and survival. An homage to 90’s New York hip-hop, “City of God’s Son” is the redefinition of the remix. Featuring legendary soul singer Joe Bataan. The musical/soundscape portion of the project is available for FREE download on this site, the visual/installation is coming this summer to NY.

COMING THIS SUMMER: City of God’s Son art installation:  This summer I will be creating a new form of Cinema, Theater, and Opera in an outside gallery space in NY’s Chelsea art district. There, the listener will be able to experience COGS in the form it was initially intended, as a psychedelic abstract combination of visual and audio sensory over stimulation and deprivation in a unique outdoor setting. The installation is not a literal interpretation of the narrative, but rather a space that will help drive the listeners own visualization of the story through a mix of color, live action movement and gesture, sound, and space.

The music portion can be downloaded here, Kenzo Digital presents: City of God’s Son featuring Joe Bataan

I’m curious on how this will turn out, I guess we have to wait and see this summer. It seems rather interesting. Practically a big remix with various footage of all the rappers and movies mashed into a storyline. Should be some good shit… Beat Cinematics at its finest.