You are cordially invited to the advanced screening of the first episode of John O’s new web series “Harlem River Drive”. This event is a fundraiser to raise money to shoot future episodes of “Harlem River Drive”. It is a free event but any and all donations are accepted.
We will also be showing the new video “Sip Chill Light Puff” by H2C2’s own Cigar Boyz, along with the world premiere of a brand new video by Tha Gecko Brothas.
Monday September 30th
7 PM – 10 PM
@ Bar Thalia
2537 Broadway (96th Street)
New York, N.Y. 10030
Doors are at 7:00 PM sharp
Showings will take place at:
Please come out and support as we look forward to seeing you there.
Harlem born and raised rapper/actor John O responds in his own blunt words to the new ‘Harlem Shake’ viral craze. Keeping it real he says “The song sucks, the video sucks and as a person from Harlem I’m a little bit offended by this because people from all around the world think that’s how you do the Harlem Shake, and it’s not.”
I disagree with him on the song I think Baauer’s track is a good electronic, dubstep track that definitely got peoples attention. I also think some of the ‘Harlem Shake 2013′ videos out there are funny (See our previous post – Harlem Shake Tutorial.)
Every day there are more videos popping up on YouTube from all around the globe. There have been a lot of people reacting in Harlem lately as you may have seen in this video Harlem Reacts to ‘Harlem Shake’ Videos where a variety of Harlem locals are interviewed on 125th Street. This video was made by Chris McGuire and went out to all the bloggers and NY media 2 days ago and already has 2,473,925 views and counting.
That being said, John says what most of us and probably everybody in Harlem are thinking in his video response to the Harlem Shake.
keeping it 100 percent with John O, check out his video response here. THE HARLEM SHAKE DOWN CLICK ON THIS LINK
¨Paris In Winter¨ is a new short film meant to capture the idea of two isolated, lonely people, who find each other in a moment in their lives when they most need to feel they are not alone; to feel a connection with another human being; to escape; to belong.
Please click here to view the video and learn more about the film and contribute to the making of ¨Paris In Winter.¨
10% of the proceeds will go to the Breast Cancer Research and Valley Youth House.
HarlemCondoLife (HCL) is pleased to announce that RhythmDB – a frequent contributor to HarlemCondoLife (HCL) and Harlem resident has just released LushTECH – now available on GiantStep.
LushTECH combines down-tempo ethnic grooves, thumpin’ soulful dance tracks, and ethereal vocals in an electronic journey around the globe. RhythmDB was influenced by the ocean waters that are constantly in motion, with currents that flow to breathtaking coastlines and beaches around the world. From tripped-out vibes to dance floor-ready tracks, LushTECH features multi-national vocalists on 12 songs in a variety of languages with a focus on lyrics, melody, and a lush sonic quality that will take you there.
Additionally. check out the moody side of LushTECH in the video for “Paradise,” performed by Laurant Caillet and directed by Kerstin Karlhuber.
Click here to see, hear or buy.
Congratulations RhythmDB! We look forward to your continued podcasts.
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