Jamie Lidell: "Daddy's Car" Video
Jamie Lidell takes time out of a shave to expound on urban living in this video directed by Fredric D. This video and many other mind-blowing selections are compiled on the "WarpVision: The Videos 1989 - 2004" DVD.
A boundary-breaking, British soul vocalist beyond your wildest expectations, Jamie Lidell is set to affirm his long-simmering musical ascendancy with his new album Multiply. With it, he has evolved into a prodigious performer, fusing elements that evoke several giants of the music world without ever appearing derivative. Jamie Lidell has been shocking audiences for the past three years with his extraordinary live shows; which careen from glitzy Funkadelic extravaganza to hard electronic avant-garde showpieces. He was top draw at Sonar (Barcelona) and Ether Festivals (London) of recent years, performing at Ether juxtaposed with the London Sinfonietta, a bill that has toured to sold out coliseums and major performance houses across Europe. A peerless vocal performer; his largely improvised shows have won him thousands of fans from Belfast to Tokyo. Reviewers have likened him to ?a 21st century reincarnation of Little Richard? with ?a soul voice fried in honey like Sly Stone or Prince, and a beatboxing talent to make Muhammad Ali quake in his Everlast?, delivering time and again ?a thrilling, visceral performance?, ?pure, visceral power: a scintillating display of demented musical and physical energy?, both ?exhilarating? and ?astounding?. Jamie Lidell is British music?s best kept secret, about to be unleashed. His genre-blending live experience is both captivating and passionate ? building tracks by expertly sampling and layering loops of his voice and shifting effortlessly from deranged beat boxing to soulful funk.
So who is Gnarls Barkley? Diligent pen pal to Bangs, soul giant Isaac Hayes, and Violent Femmes ringleader Gordon Gano? Well-kept romantic consort to pop stars Mariah Carey and Janet Jackson English teacher to synth-rock legends Kraftwerk? Croupier at a mysterious annual gathering in the Bay Area that allegedly draws members of the Wu-Tang Clan and Britian's Stuckist art collective? It seems that, in the music world, Gnarls Barkley is always nearby yet impossible to find. The membership rolls of both the Atlanta hip hop collective Dungeon Family and Athens, Georgia's psychedelic enclave Elephant Six list Barkley as an affiliate, but mention him to either group and they'll shoot each other frightened looks and start talking basketball. The rumors fly hard in every direction and remain defiantly unverifiable.
This music video was made "4 da South." Thanks Everybody for all y'all support. I got some big thangs planned 4 2006. Messege From Lil Daddy. The Hustler - First of all, I wanna thank everybody who buys my music, whether you buy it outta my trunk, from Itunes, Yahoo, from Sam Goody, or wherever. When you get it this way, you get it raw and uncensored, straight From the hood, straight from my streets. I don't RAP about nothing that I don't know about so when you hear it from me, you gettin' the real from MY BLOCK, from Lil' Daddy aka "The Hustler."
Performed by Brian Tong, Produced by Stephen Beacham, Cinematography by Charlie Wagner, Directed by Jamie Yee. 2012 CNET TV.
Sexy zombies get down and dirty in this video for Naked Ape's "Fashion Freak," which was directed by Eric Althin.
All the way from the deepest of the "Dirty South" town of Fitzgerald, Georgia, Lil' Daddy (aka "The Hustler") has taken his rap skills and his real life stories and the HOT beats of Tedd Flash & Bill Dolla, and has put the hottest album of clubbangers' cuts like "G.T.H.", "4 Da South" and "Dime A Dozen" together. This album also contains hot underground street cuts like "Annie Belle", "25th Psalms" and "Felonies". Lil' Daddy (aka "The Hustler") is the realest, and one of the best rappers in the South because he'll give you the hustler's story STRAIGHT FROM THA STREETS. Now here is a special version made for download.com of the song "DIME A DOZEN". For more info, go to ww.lildaddymusic.com
From CES 2007: CNET New.com's Neha Tiwari speaks with Jamie Odell, vice president of product marketing at Sling Media, about the release of Sling for the Palm OS. Also, find out what to expect from Sling when Vista is launched, including full remote control and moveable gadgets.
"Way Out" is the hypnotizing electro-beat hit from Ellen Allien & Apparat's album "Orchestra of Bubbles" (Marco Testoni).
Based on a true story, this melancholic rock-ballad is about the problems between a father and child. And finally there's not really a happy end.