40 Glocc – New World Order video
Directed by Marcus Mcdammit
Directed by Marcus Mcdammit
Taken from Hot Rod’s new album “Knight Rider.” Directed by Patrick Bradley. Filmed By Patrick Bradley And Carlos Zarate, Edited By Paulie Gwap
“Pop Something” is a song by rapper Hot Rod, also known as Hot Rod the G-Note. It was released as a single in 2010. Hot Rod was signed to G-Note Records, a subsidiary of 50 Cent’s G-Unit Records. The song features rapper Tila Tequila and is known for its upbeat and club-friendly vibe.
G-Unit is a hip-hop group founded by rapper 50 Cent, and it gained significant popularity in the early to mid-2000s.
G-Unit is known for its members, including 50 Cent (Curtis Jackson), Lloyd Banks (Christopher Lloyd), Young Buck (David Brown), Tony Yayo (Marvin Bernard), and previously The Game (Jayceon Taylor). They released several successful albums and mixtapes, making a significant impact on the rap scene during their prime.
Decon and Cashville Records team up for the release of Young Buck’s documentary DVD release, A Billion Bucks, in stores June 10th.
Double-disk DVD / CD to feature 6 exclusive new songs from Young Buck.
New York, NY – G-Unit member and Nashville, TN native Young Buck gears up for the release of his first feature length DVD release, A Billion Bucks. Documenting the life and times of the rapper, the film takes a look at the day-to-day struggles of life as a rap star.
From father to felon, fisherman to poet, hood-hero to introvert, the feature documentary studies Young Buck as he wears his heart on his sleeve, opening up completely to the camera as recommended by his psychiatrist. He willingly takes the camera with him everywhere, in an effort to gain understanding of self, and ultimately find inner peace.
Come along with Young Buck to the South Side Projects in Tennessee, to Cuba for a quick get away, across the U.S. on tour, through the back woods on a fishing trip, and so much more.
“The greatest aspect of shooting with Buck was the mutual respect and genuine curiosity that developed between us,” said Jason Goldwatch, director of the film. “We are such different people, from such different places, and over the course of our travels and experiences finding actually, we are very much the same. And the camera was there to capture the frankness, the dirt, the openness, and the realness of it all. It was an amazing experience. Buck the world.”
The DOUBLE DISC DVD features:
• 3 new exclusive unreleased music videos
• 6 new tracks featuring Young Buck, C-Bo, Tha Outlawz and 615
• complete photo gallery
The release features never before seen performance and behind-the-scenes footage of this infamous G-Unit member as documented over a year’s worth of time out on the road.
A Billion Bucks was shot and edited by Decon’s Jason Goldwatch who is known for combining abstract experimental film techniques, with street savvy storytelling. Jason’s portfolio includes Ludacris’ “The Red Light District”, Young Jeezy’s “Thug Motivation 101”, and most recently he directed The Damian Marley music video “One Loaf Of Bread” shot in Haiti.
Young Buck will be hitting the road in early June in support of the DVD release. Bear witness as the film flips a G to A BILLION BUCKS!
“Lose My Mind” is a song by American rapper Young Buck, featuring rapper and producer Swizz Beatz. The song is from Young Buck’s second studio album, “The Rehab,” which was released in 2010.
Here are some key details about the “Lose My Mind” music video:
The music video for “Lose My Mind” was released in 2010 to coincide with the release of the single and the album “The Rehab.”
Director: Jessy Terrero.
The music video features a gritty and intense atmosphere that complements the song’s themes. It includes scenes that reflect the street life and showcase the struggles and challenges faced by Young Buck and those around him. The video captures a sense of chaos, emotional turmoil, and the desire to break free from the pressures of life.
The video includes a mix of performance shots, cinematic storytelling, and dynamic editing. It features Young Buck and Swizz Beatz in various urban settings, including the streets and nightclubs. The visual style of the video matches the energy and intensity of the song.
The music video’s storyline revolves around Young Buck dealing with personal and external conflicts. It portrays his internal struggle and frustration, showing moments of tension and confrontations. The video effectively conveys the theme of feeling like you’re losing your mind amidst the challenges of life.
Guest Appearances: Swizz Beatz, who is featured on the track, also makes an appearance in the music video alongside Young Buck.
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