This is the preview for G-Side’s “How Far” video. This video was shot while touring through NYC, Amsterdam, Norway, Denmark, and Sweden. I think it’s a pretty dope concept brought to you by the great people at Lawrence and Clark.
Archive for June, 2011
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Today is the day that I have officially landed on the island. This wasn’t some type of mishap to where I’m stranded behind some treacherous storm at sea. Instead this is by choice. This is what is needed for the betterment (is that a word?) of this thing we call Slow Motion Soundz. All the key players of SMS are also on their own islands. The Island is a place for revitalization, a place for cleansing, and the reconnection with all the things you may have lost on this journey. In some ways the people around us forced us to this island mind state, in other cases it was from the mistakes we made that we had to distance the true nature of our purpose, to protect it away from thieves who only seek our essence, or to know our next move. Solitude sometimes is looked down upon, but in this case solitude will bring us closer to our true reflection, as the creator looks down at us living the gift. Find your island. Find your place. Find your peace. 11/11/11.
This clip was from the G-Side performance at the Billy Reid and Oxford American Shindig on 6/4/11. This concert was for the Alabama Music Hall of Fame, helping to raise money for the museum. G-Side was the only hip hop group invited out, due to their homegrown approach to the music industry. Unlike many others, G-Side and the Slow Motion Soundz umbrella chooses to stay, and develop their sound amongst the surroundings they speak about, keeping the sound and subject matter as close to real-time as possible. Shout out to Jason Flynn for chopping this up and shooting this over. Enjoy.