I'm sure the Internets will be bludgeoned with more of the typical, impersonal, shit-level quality Flip Cam clips of the event (I see some are floating around already), I wanted to try to bring a different perspective of the 2010 rendition of the Brooklyn Hip Hop Festival. With this being my first trip to the concert, I thought it would be better to try a more personal approach to the prototypical "exclusive concert footage" that most of us usually don't watch anyways. Guest shots by Torae, Fashawn, De La Soul, a reunited Group Home and Pete Rock & CL Smooth, DJ Premier, some incredibly cute children and more. Enjoy.
You know what this is about...
The Miami-based group examines race relations -- or the lack of --in America.
Documentaries, legal troubles, and near-brushes with death are on the menu.
The power of the Internet helped create a powerful song on the duo's LP released Tuesday.
Sadly, Beanie Sigel and JAY Z aren't present.
As if "Charged Up" wasn't enough.