We Stole The Show artist Rhyson Hall teams up with director Nathan Catucci to shoot a Twilight Zone inspired video for the single “I Want You”, which will be featured on We Stole The Show’s upcoming mixtape. This is the first music video Catucci has shot . Rhyson selected Catucci to shoot the visual for “I Want You” after viewing his short film Crusher, which premiered at the 2008 Los Angeles Short Film Festival.
Blue, one of the most talented-yet-underrated emcees in the game, got his hands on Theophilus London’s Life of a Lover instrumental but that wasn’t enough so he went ahead and provided a nice little visual for it too. Now all we need is for Blu to drop some more gems.
Did y’all hear about the Brooklyn Twister, err Bwister?! Well as soon as I heard about that I found out about this new song from Cee-Lo’s upcoming solo album, Lady Killer. Cee-Lo’s new album seems like it’s going to be a mix of pop and funk, with a sincere desire for a lady friend. Which reminds me of this guy on Hoarders who collected a bunch of figurines and oriental dolls to fill the void in his heart. I hope Cee-Lo finds someone to love and to hold so in times of extreme weather he can be comforted by a human and not some sort of crazy collection of hats or something. Love the song Cee-Lo! [Stream Via We All Want Someone]
Pardon the grainy view at the beginning of the video, apparently the fog machines periodically blasting off from the balcony of Webster Hall did their job. But having said that, so did Theophilus London. I thought the few tracks I’d heard from his second release, This Charming Mixtape and his latest, I Want You were pretty cool but I didn’t get it. 20 minutes into his set, it was slapping me in the face in the form of a steady procession of bass heavy dance tracks smoothed out by synths that demanded, at the very least, a two step, and, at the most, me to turn my camera off and jam with the girl in front of me. Besides the structure of the set, …