Archive for November, 2012

Dyme A Duzin: New Brooklyn

Posted by Dante Ross on November 26th, 2012 filed in Uncategorized

Young Dymez takes you on a journey through the New Brooklyn. Musically inspired by the spirit of Masta Ace and Marley Marl, put together by me. Video directed by the great R.B Umali and produced by yours truly for a shoestring and a pack of newports.
Pretty cool no?
Enjoy

Read More..>>

RAMMELLZEE BREAKS IT DOWN

Posted by Dante Ross on November 11th, 2012 filed in Uncategorized

This video is brilliant. Check out Rammellzee as he breaks it all down, with a cameo by the one and only Futura2000. If you haven’t seen the show at The Children’s Museum you can still check it out till Feb 2013. Highly recommended viewing.
http://www.cmany.org/event/therammellzeegalaxseum/

Read More..>>

Like Father, Like Son: Eriberto Oriol and Estevan Oriol @ Carmichael Gallery NYC

Posted by Dante Ross on November 9th, 2012 filed in Uncategorized

This should be groovy. Estevan is the OG homey from back in the day and is a Soul Assassin for life.He also took some pretty iconic photos and pioneered a very cholo centric type of photography. Always great to see my friends doing cool stuff like this. His dad’s a really nice dude and the [...]

Read More..>>

MIKE MILLER X SUPRA NYC

Posted by Dante Ross on November 8th, 2012 filed in Uncategorized

This Saturday Mike Miller will be signing books and prints of his awesome work at Supra NYC from 3-5. Music will be provided by the legendary Prince Paul who will be playing a rare classic West Coast inspired set!
For more on Mike Miller: http://www.mikemillerphoto.com/index.php?/projects/gallery-/

Read More..>>

CHRIS ROCKS: A MESSAGE FOR WHITE VOTERS

Posted by Dante Ross on November 6th, 2012 filed in Uncategorized

Mr.Rock has some pretty valid points. Pretty funny as well. I will be thinking about this today when I vote…..and you know who I am voting for duh!
Enjoy

Read More..>>

VIVA LOISIDA 1978

Posted by Dante Ross on November 5th, 2012 filed in Uncategorized

This is amazing, a glimpse at one of NY’s most culturally relevant and creative neighberhoods pre gentrification. I grew up here during this time period I lived on Ave B with my mom in 78, this brings back a lot of memories both good and bad. Watch and you might just learn something.

Read More..>>