Village Voice Best of 2005

Before I serve up my dissertation on Debt Consolidation, I'd like to inform you about yet another wonderful piece of press to add to my artist resume.

I'm proud to say that I had the privilege of being a part of a video that made it into this year's Village Voice Best Of 2005.

If you've been paying any attention at all you'd know that I act and do improv. Well earlier in the year I did a cameo in NYC's hiphop group The Blue Room's video 'Show Me The Money'.

Best One-Camera, Low-Budget Video Shot on the Subway - SHOW ME THE MONEY

In the post—­9-11 terror-alert-orange Big Brother-searching-our-bags era, this one-camera underground gem, shot on the subway in the wee hours of the morn, may be the last of its kind. SHOW ME THE MONEY is a fun, tongue-in-cheek premise. Jor-El as hobo-rapper (complete with raggedy boarding school T-shirt) deliciously captures the essence of kids selling candy—not for no basketball team or nothing, just for themselves. "You do it for the love?" "Nah, show me the money!" True indeed. -Patrice Evans

Check out the video on the Conscious Podcasting Systems video page.

1 comment:

Mahogany L. Browne said...

thats whassup. congrats!