Self Jupiter (Freestyle Fellowship) and producer, Kenny Segal, present their music video for the song “Nasty” for their collaborative group, The Kleenrz. “Nasty” is from their self titled album and the video features a home filmmaking feel full of strippers, spiders and other randomness.
Self Jupiter (Freestyle Fellowship) and Kenny Segal are…the Kleenrz! “Mr. Sandman” takes a look inside a world of make-believe. A world built on white lies told to help us sleep at night…to keep fear from destroying our children’s innocence. They’ll have to grow up one day, that day will be today if Mr. Sandman has a say in it.
Animation by: Jason & Aya Brown of Overture (http://www.opertura.org)
the Kleenrz EP out now via Hellfyre Club!! Guest features include MURS, Volume 10, Subtitle, Nocando, Alpha MC and others.
Self Jupiter (Freestyle Fellowship) & Kenny Segal are…the Kleenrz!! “Altered States” is their badass, indie rap, all-star posse cut featuring MURS, Volume 10, Subtitle, Gajah and Alpha MC. Their self titled EP drops July 31st via Nocando’s Hellfyre Club.
the Kleenrz’s album listening party is this Friday July 27th in Los Angeles featuring Nocando, DJ Nobody, Taurus Scott, Subtitle, Falcons and Pistol McFly!
Self Jupiter of Freestyle Fellowship and Kenny Segal are the Kleenrz. Their self titled EP will be released on July 31st via Nocando’s Hellfyre Club imprint and features Self Jupiter on the raps and Kenny Segal on production. The EP also features guest appearances from MURS, Volume 10, Abstract Rude, Subtitle, and others.
Today, enjoy the first music video from the EP for the song “Filthy” which delivers fans into the seedy world of crime-scene sanitation that is the backdrop for the overall EP. The video was created by James Reitano, the man who brought you videos from Madvillian, Cut Chemst and Kool Keith.
Half way through his set at Paid Dues, Kurupt paused to say, “They say the West Coast doesn’t have lyrics.” It was a statement that made you realize that if there was any show, any festival that would refute that claim, it would be this year’s West Coast heavy installment of Paid Dues. Consider the common misconceptions of West Coast music: violent, misogynistic, and gang affiliated. While this may describe a portion of West Coast music, it in no way depicts the incredible diversity that the Golden State has to offer.