For many of us casanova’s it’s not unusual to forget the name of someone we may have ‘had relations with’ at one point or another. For New Jeru’s ABGOHARD of The Inner City Kids (Aaron Cohen et al.), his problem is a bit more broad (no pun intended), as he often struggles with remembering the race of his inamorato. In this one minute plus clip, we learn three things about ABGOHARD 1) his need for Ginko Biloba (get that memory problem sorted homey) 2) that his most profound thoughts occur to him at the urinal.. and 3) that he may remind you of someone else. But don’t take my word for it, hit the jump and go see for yourself..
The unorthodox, ginger-bearded rhyme beast returns with a new video today, accompanied by two of his ICK (Inner City Kids) cronies Spaceman and ABGOHARD. The bass driven, stringy cut was produced by NDLDRP which can also be found off Aaron Cohen’s new “MURK” mixtape that dropped a few weeks back. You’ll find he and his team strolling around Brooklyn with a several guest appearances from Mishka’s own Michael Cohn and esteemed NYC photographer Brook Bobbins who also directed this video.
The ubiquitous Kosha Dillz (who starred in one of this year’s BET Warm-Up cyphers alongside DJ Premier, Core Masson and ODB’s son, Boy Jones) details his own dreams and nightmares on “It Was All a Dream,” produced by Tunisia’s Balti (Baltiroshima). Both Inspired by and borrowing the classic quotable from the Notorious B.I.G.’s “Juicy” (for both the hook and the title), the song also concludes with similarly themed audio footage taken from an interview with the late Biggie. You can catch Kosha performing this Friday (11/16) at Brooklyn’s Littlefield NYC, at The Rich + The Ratchet artist showcase featuring Kool AD, The Under Achievers, Aaron Cohen and more. If you’re feeling lucky, head over to Prefix, where you can win a free pair of tickets (view flyer after the jump). The winner will be contacted via email no later than this Wednesday (11/14) and will be advised how to redeem tickets. In the event you’re not feeling so lucky, click here to purchase a ticket.
Two weeks ago, Aaron Cohen released the music video for his ASAP Ty Beats debut called, “Feminist.” After a very well-received reaction, he now unleashes the followup audio visual inspired by “Helen Keller” produced by Infinite Jeanius . Watch the vivid visuals directed by Nicolas Heller of Ricky Shabazz and The Boom Bap Boys. Be on the lookout for “Helen Keller” and “Feminist” on Aaron’s upcoming mixtape “MURK,” which releases online September, 25 2012.