Nadya e DJ KND, 'Chi Vuol Capire', feat. DJ Double S.
Un street video ideato da Shanti in collaborazione con la Torino City Records. Testi originali di Shanti e Fratello Rici, I Original Latin Coste, scritti su riddim di Clappas. Con la figurazione speciale della ballerina-cantante Felina Wood.
Principe che viene a registrare al ThreeTonesStudio di Simone Sandretti per The Italian Album di Torino City Records.
La Canzone si chiama "Pagheremo Sulla Nostra Pelle" prodotta da Fratello Rici.
Showcase D'Artisti 2008: Nadya e DJ KND
Esibizione live di Dario Lombardo che ci fa percorrere i pezzi più leggendari del blues americano.
Maracash Live allo Chalet, Torino
Showcase D'Artisti 2008 alla Casa dell'Ippopotamo in associazione con la associazione culturale Interseco Michelangelo, beatmaker hip hop con influnze molto funky-afro anni 70 di Torino, e rapper Rickaz di Treviso, assieme sono i Magic Click, conosciuti tramite myspace hanno unito le loro forze per diventare i Magic Click. Album in Uscita 2009.
Alla Showcase D'Artisti 2008 presentata da Tamara Brazzi e Piero Passatore, Dario Lombardo, top bluesman italiano, e noto DJ hip hop, DJ KND, hanno unite le forze per fare questo sperimento blues/hip, che é stato del tutto improvisato.
Qui Fratello Rici ha deciso di filmare il suo socio Piero Passatore, senza nessun tipo di preavviso, e fargli due domande sull’hip hop e il loro progetto 'The Italian Album'.
Una canzone per i bambini. Vincenzo Torelli e Don Vito per la Fondazione Sales. Testimonials d'eccezione: Arturo Brachetti e Marco Berry.
Intervista e montaggio effettuati da Piero Passatore
Una canzone per i bambini. Vincenzo Torelli e Don Vito per la Fondazione Sales. Testimonials d'eccezzione: Arturo Brachetti e Marco Berry.
Intervista: Piero Passatore
Prodotto da Piero Passatore e Giorgio Caprioglio presso WinterGecko Studios
Riprese Live effettuate al Retrò Club, Torino.
this is a scene from the first short film I ever acted in back in 2002 at Hofstra Uni in Long Island. I played the part of Max, an American Football player who thinks he's hot shit. I weigh like 20 pounds less now so keep that in mind if you are a casting director or director. But I am always down to lose or gain weight for a role. Anywayz, I spend the entire film trying to find out who the guy that my girlfriend left me for is so I can beat their ass. This is the scene in which I find out. Enjoy.
The first ever Italian Blues music video and short film, two in one.
Just making something out of nothing, well nothing much anyway. Paolo Cirio and I went to visit good friend and collaborator DJ Mesta at nearby club with our small videocamera and ended up producing this videoclip for RTL Television here in Italy. All the music comes from an official Mesta Mixtape so I do not think it presents copyright issues. Enjoy, and if you have criticism, that's cool, just keep it constructive. I am sure after writing that I will open myself to all types of insults. Anyway if you like this video and have an event you would like produced like this then feel free to hire us.
Fire in His Eyes: is in English, performed by Piero P. and Judianny Comprés, and composed by DJ Ludovich Perret.
Part 2: Fuoco, Amore, e Rivoluzione: is in Italian, peformed by Gabri Novarese (E.G.O), and composed by DJ Ludovich Perret.
We did this video, which took a good through months of constant work, for an art exhibition in Settimo Torinese this past Oct.-Nov.
It was a hit, even though the president of the organization who invited us, Stefano Grego of Arte Totale, had made a video himself, and was convinced his would have been the centerpiece of the exhibition, and being retired and frustrated, like most of the artists apart from myself that were present, tried his best to boycott my video, by giving me a 14inch screen to display it (after having promised a proper projection system), and leaving the specific directions of turning on the lights and opening the doors on opening night right after his video and before mine, which succeeded in emptying out the screening room and killing any direct comparison. But after all, isn't this why the internet is so great? If you act like a real ass and get away with it someone can always call you out for what you really are and then send the link to all of your friends.
We were just told to make an 8 minute video on the subject of 'Fire, as an element'. And this is what we came up with.