Here’s the music video to Dope Addictz. I asked Dashah for a quote on the video and here’s what he had to say:
This is just a real raw rap video! The song is tough and we wanted to do something simple but also something that people can relate to. You know how many skaters are out there? It was really DJ Pauses’ idea to shoot at a skate park, seeing as he use to be a skater back in the day. We shot it at “Astoria Skate Park” in Queens NY, and Belief Skate Shop shout out to our director Charles A. Lamour and the whole Gold Street Collective, be on the look out for more …
Check out the new joint “Four Finger Ringz” by Fresh Vetz! Taken from the Fresh 2 Def album. When asked about the track, here’s what Dashah had to say, “This is probably one of my favorite joints on the album, it has a real nostalgic feel to it, but its also fresh as hell. It’s just some good old classic NY rap, I think a lot of people will gravitate to this song.”
Here’s Fresh Vetz video for “Move The Crowd.” When I asked Dashah to share some insight to the video, this is what he said:
We chose to film this video in our hometown of Riverhead simply because we really wanted to show people how we do out in LI. The hook in the song made us feel compelled to do that. Big shout out to Spicy’s for letting us shoot in their establishment, we just made history cause no one out there has done anything like that. I live in Brooklyn but it’s Strong Island for life!