Friday, 11 March 2011

Music Video: Lioness - All Black Winterness

OMG... I had to add this too my blog IMMEDIATELY!!

Lioness completely kills this track! The punchlines are disgusting - I absolutely love it haha! Really liking the video as well - although its very simple, it allows Lioness to carry a lot of character and the entire focus stays on her as well as the shots being quite eye capturing.

This is a big thumbs up for me! Take a look...

Saturday, 5 March 2011

Music Video: B Live Frisco & Demolition Man - Food To Eat

Looks like the old skool lot have come out to play. Never thought I'ld hear a current track from B Live, who stems from the UK Garage scene of the 90's and also Demolition Man (aka Demo) - also a big ting back in the day with his sick ragga vibes.

Frisco as per usual goes in, the beat is sick - yea man, its a banger, I like it! Let me know your thoughts peeps...

Saturday, 26 February 2011

4real TV Behind the Scenes of LETHAL The Movie

LETHAL is a feature-length film shot in London - Set to define the genre of URBAN HORROR!

LETHAL follows the story of Mikey, a young man seeking to fit in with his peers having moved to this new area, the notorious Highfield Estate. Highfield has become a hot bed of criminal activity, a no go area for the police. With incidents of gang related knife crime at an all-time high the government and local council were left with very little alternative than to propose an extensive redevelopment of the entire area. Mikey’s new found friends have all experienced ‘Highfield Estate’ first hand, having grown up there, the constant police and crime scene tape has become an everyday occurrence. With practically all flats now boarded up, a challenge is set to Mikey to stay in Highfield Estate for a whole night.... alone. An initiation into the crew. He willingly accepts, but neither his friends or Mikey could be prepared for what then lies in store...

LETHAL is set to become Britain’s biggest, goriest, most original slasher movies of the decade. Written as the first part of a trilogy, with a second instalment picking up the story following the bloody aftermath of events of LETHAL! And the third instalment LETHAL- ‘The Beginning’ going back to trace the origins of this trail of bloody violence!!

Pure Film Productions (VICTIM, TERRY), the wholly owned production arm of Pure Music, one of the country’s most successful independent recording and management companies, now defines the URBAN HORROR sub-genre with LETHAL and incorporates its powerful position within the music industry to provide one of the most dynamic soundtracks ever created. The movies music soundtrack will be scored by the renowned production team Drumsound & Bassline Smith, having defined Drum & Bass and Dubstep production for over a decade this will make for a powerful visual and audio combination!

Writer Danny Donnelly takes on the Producer role fresh from recently producing the feature film VICTIM, Danny is also a multi award winning music producer. LETHAL also includes in its impressive team the highly acclaimed director Darcia Martin, having spent 16 years directing primetime BBC drama including Judge John Deed, Casualty, Holby etc she is well placed to execute the special effects required for a feature length Horror spectacle. In addition LETHAL has attracted an outstanding professional crew – the acclaimed cinematographer Allen Della-Valle and experienced Line Producer John Adams (‘Band of Brothers’) and STAR WARS light saber scenes choreographer Nick Gillard as stunt advisor for LETHAL movies samurai sword scenes!!! LETHAL is set for release in 2011.

Red Madrell (Adulthood, Kidulthood)
Kathryn Prescott (Skins)
Jay Brown (The Hunters, Outlaw, Baseline)
Michael Obiora (Misfits, Hotel Babylon)
Michael Wildman (The Bourne Ultimatum, Harry Potter)
Fredi 'Kruga' Nwaka (Dead Man Running)
Alan Ford (Snatch, Long Good Friday)
Don Klass (Adulthood)

Check out 4real TV behind the scenes...

For more LETHAL The Movie behind the scenes footage, click HERE to visit the official Youtube channel.

Music Video: Diddy Dirty Money - I Hate That You Love Me

I just have one question... Can P Diddy actually play the piano, or is he just stunting? I'm liking this video still - loving the colour variation of red, black & white. Simple studio shots but extremely effective. I'm really enjoing the Dirty Money vibe. If you aint copped the album 'Last Train to Paris' yet... what you waiting for? High ratings from me... I'm just pissed I didnt cop the deluxe version, cause now im missing some banging tracks :(

Music Video: Dr. Dre - I Need A Doctor ft. Eminem & Skylar Grey