Fairly standard, co-branded regurgitating of all of Mr Carter’s key messaging around the release of the album. It’s all about storytelling.
Pun’s legacy isn’t as celebrated as much as Tupac and Biggie’s. It was less gruesome, and less controversial (until the ugly wife beating footage emerged, which I cannot forgive Pun, or anyone who knew about it, for). However, like Big L, his abilities were outstanding. Looks like 10 years later, we’ll be sent a free reminder when ‘Big Pun: The Legacy (The Lost Files)’ drops Feb 7th 2010.
Following them around Europe, great to see this format in existence again, and NERD back on the screen. Props to JumpOff.
Had a similar feeling before I saw Fade to Black, but it’s not as easy to see the happy ending on this one.
A must for a Jay-Z fan. The irony is… the exact same amount of people who love Jay-Z, probably hate the Canadian accent for being the least engaging (most coma inducing) sound ever (not you Kardi). Much Music’s ‘On Set’ is like MTV’s ‘Making The Video’ being handed over to a high school media course (ref 1:56 min).
Anyways, it’s a reasonable high…
Ara and Harry took it there. So far this is the best example of original content – JumpOff bring you TV broadcast quality visuals over youtube, and help the culture along the way. Get that youtube cheque guys… you even made me create a ‘Documentary’ tag!
Part Two – The Launch Party