“Selektion: Staten Island” Jojo Pellegrino

Directed by Frank The Butcher
Director of Photography: Nick Cangello
Audio Technician: Paul Mighty

Filmed in Jojo Pellegrino’s hometown of Staten Island, NY and featured on the “Concepts: Selektions” mixtape

Frank The Butcher & Statik Selektah Present “Concepts: Selektions” Mixtape

Frank The Butcher & Statik Selektah have joined forces on “Concepts: Selektions”. This mixtape is inspired by seminal classic 90′s mixtapes like DJ Doo Wop’s “Live 95″ & Tony Touch’s “50 MCs”. Frank The Butcher worked with Statik on “selecting” some of his most classic beats and revisiting them with new emcees and new lyrics. The tape features veterans like DJ Doo Wop, Dj Clark Kent, Freeway, and Consequence– underground favorites like Detroit’s Black Milk and La Coka Nostra’s Ill Bill– while also featuring lyricists like Curt@!n$, Willie The Kid, Termanology and Ro Spit — and more– all featured over Statik Selektah production.

Frank The Butcher & Statik Selektah Present “Concepts: Selektions” Mixtape is available now:

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“I’ve Arrived” Ro Spit

Frank The Butcher & Statik Selektah Present “Concepts: Selektions” Mixtape

Newest video from the highly anticipated “Concepts: Selektions” mixtape is from Detroit phenom Ro Spit. Ro has been a staple in the motor city scene working with the likes of Guilty Simpson, Black Milk, Elzhi, Dwele, Freeway, Monica Blair and One.Be.Low.

Mixtape info:

Frank The Butcher & Statik Selektah have joined forces on “Concepts: Selektions”. This mixtape is inspired by seminal classic 90′s mixtapes like DJ Doo Wop’s “Live 95″ & Tony Touch’s “50 MCs”. Frank The Butcher worked with Statik on “selecting” some of his most classic beats and revisiting them with new emcees and new lyrics. The tape features veterans like DJ Doo Wop, Dj Clark Kent, Freeway, and Consequence– underground favorites like Detroit’s Black Milk and La Coka Nostra’s Ill Bill– while also featuring lyricists like Curt@!n$, Willie The Kid, Termanology, Maffew Ragazino Sr., Ro Spit — and more– all featured over Statik Selektah production.

Frank The Butcher & Statik Selektah Present “Concepts: Selektions” Mixtape will be released in 2 WEEKS and features 26 tracks.

“It’s Chace” Chace Infinite

Directed by Frank The Butcher
Director of Photography: Nick Cangello
Audio Technician: Paul Mighty

Frank The Butcher & Statik Selektah Present “Concepts: Selektions” Mixtape

Frank The Butcher & Statik Selektah have joined forces on “Concepts: Selektions”. This mixtape is inspired by seminal classic 90′s mixtapes like DJ Doo Wop’s “Live 95″ & Tony Touch’s “50 MCs”. Frank The Butcher worked with Statik on “selecting” some of his most classic beats and revisiting them with new emcees and new lyrics. The tape features veterans like DJ Doo Wop, Dj Clark Kent, Freeway, and Consequence– underground favorites like Detroit’s Black Milk and La Coka Nostra’s Ill Bill– while also featuring lyricists like Curt@!n$, Willie The Kid, Termanology and Ro Spit — and more– all featured over Statik Selektah production.

Chace Infinite of Self Scientific / Soul Assassins is the first song to be release. The video was directed by Frank The Butcher and filmed in the L.E.S.N.Y.C. at the Prohibit Boutique on Allen street.

Frank The Butcher & Statik Selektah Present “Concepts: Selektions” Mixtape will be released in January and features 26 tracks.

The Butcher’s Block TV videos are created by the TBB team which consists of Frank the Butcher, Nick Cangello and Paul Mighty.



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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

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The Butcher’s Block TV Ep. 18 | Greg Lucci of Gourmet Footwear

Episode 18 comes to you from Las Vegas where Frank The Butcher sits with the owner and designer of Gourmet Footwear Greg Lucci. Tune in as they discuss Gourmet’s early days, Lucci’s long history in the fashion industry and the design risks that are necessary to ensure your brand has an identity.

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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. 15 | Roc Marciano

TBBTV episode 15 features the ever elusive Roc Marciano. Tune in as Frank and Roc discuss his new album ‘Reloaded’, his production style, and working with Just Blaze and the legendary Q-Tip.

Get the rose peddles ready!

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The Butcher’s Block EP. 14 | Sean Price

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Episode 14 of The Butcher’s Block features veteran Brooklyn rapper Sean Price. Tune in as host Frank The Butcher & Sean P discuss his new album Mic Tyson, a childhood run in with the real Mike Tyson, his relationship with Ruck and status of Heltah Skeltah. P!

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The Butcher’s Block EP. 13 | Krondon of SAS

Frank The Butcher continues his Los Angeles run linking with L.A. rap vet Krondon of Strong Arm Steady. Tune in as they discuss West Coast hip-hop stereotypes, his new album “Everything Is Nothing”, his relationship with Dj Khahil and how his perceived “hurdles” are ultimately where his strengths are drawn from.

Another banger!

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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.

TBB!

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