Sean C & LV – On Producing vs. Making a Beat | The Butcher’s Block TV Ep. 20

The Butcher’s Block is back with episode 20 featuring the legendary production team Sean C & LV. Tune is as they discuss the new project “Loud Dreams”, the difference between making “beats” & “producing” and what happens when you put veterans on songs with newer artists.

Download “Loud Dream Vol 1″ HERE

The Butcher’s Block TV Ep. 17 | En Noir (Rob Garcia & Curtains)

Tune in as Frank The Butcher speaks with Rob Garcia and Curtains of the brand En-Noir about turning basics into high fashion, the dangers of celebrity co-signs, the infamous “leather sweatpants” and what their plans are for the future.

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The Butcher’s Block EP. 16 | Pusha T

Tune is as Frank The Butcher talks to Pusha T, the Clipse veteran & G.O.O.D. music emcee, about his interests in fashion, his brand Play Cloths, his boutique Cream, his feelings on the Rick Ross lyric controversy and how raps can be taken too seriously.

The Butcher’s Block EP. 12 | Brock of Diamond Supply Co.

This episode, host Frank The Butcher continues the second season of TBBTV from Los Angeles speaking with Brock Korsan of Diamond Supply Co from their DTLA HQ. Tune in as they talk about Diamonds relationships in the music industry, connecting cultural dots and the brand’s influence on Rihanna’s single artwork.


Complex Best of 2011: New Balance 999 “Kennedy” #8

I got alot of love from my peers in this video.

Shouts to Complex for the support.

BTC Presents Action Bronson ‘Action on Fashion’

Put this piece together with the homie Action Bronson for BTC.

“Boylston Trading Co sits with Queens rapper Action Bronson to discuss his wardrobe as a youth, fashion likes, dislikes and what happened when he met American style royalty Ralph Lauren.”

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Time for some Action.

Action Bronson is clearly a gifted lyricist, ex career chef and a curator of fine facial hair – but Bronson has a passion for fashion.

I directed a piece for Boylston Trading Co called ‘Action on Fashion’ that will premier next week.

Funny stuff.

Low End Professionals.

Chicago is known for producing some of hip-hop’s most popular acts. From the obvious Chi-Town ambassadors Kanye, Common, and Lupe Fiasco, to the Windy City’s most infamous Crucial Conflict, Do or Die and of course the fastest gun out the Midwest — Twista, all with different stories to tell. The new Gotham’s low end is also home to Chicago’s newest voice– The L.E.P. Bogus Boys. Count and Moonie have moved over 80,000 mixtapes in their ten year rise to prominence and show no signs of slowing down. With colabs in the bag with Rick Ross, Jim Jones, Ski Beatz and Mobb Deep– the “low end professionals” move as effortlessly through other rappers cities as they do their own.

Had to chance to connect with the guys and interview them for Karmaloop TV.

PS– Moonie made it clear that he needs a slot on my seeding list. Got you homie.

Peep the video for Lookin’ at Me featuring L.E.P. and Terri Walker off of Ski Beatz’ 24 Hour Karate School II


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