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I'm at my family reunion and posting my weekly joints at the same damn time, so it’s only right this week brings Future’s "Same Damn Time (remix)" video. Also this week brings visuals from the likes of Fabolous, Ace Hood, and 1982 (Statik Selektah & Termanology)— Tarik "The Video Freak" Sykes

Future featuring Diddy & Ludacris - “Same Damn Time (Remix)” - Dir: Alex Nazari

Future Ft. Diddy x Ludacris - “Same Damn Time (Remix)” - Dir: Alex Nazari

This video has 3 great things going for it. First, is the lighting. The use of lighting here is dope! The bouncing in and out of the spot light for performance shots came out dope. Second, is Diddy dancing! Seeing Diddy popping takes it back to the classic Bad Boy videos. Third, who talks better shit than Diddy? NO ONE!

Fabolous Ft. Paul Cain - "Death in the Family" - Dir: Aristotle

Fabolous featuring Paul Cain - "Death in the Family" - Dir: Aristotle

Fabolous | "Death in the Family" feat. Paul Cain (Visualized by Aristotle) from By Any Means T.V. on Vimeo.

Aristole chose to give this Fab song the Goodfellas treatment. Paul Cain plays Joe Pesci’s "Tommy DeVito" character in this video. Do your research and peep the movie out if you haven't. Really digging this video. It came out nice and crispy!

Ace Hood “B.L.A.B.” / “Piss Em Off” - Dir: Dayo

Ace Hood “B.L.A.B.” / “Piss Em Off” - Dir: Dayo


A good old fashion “Stuntastic” music video. Money, girls, cars and rapper cameos make up Ace Hood’s video for "B.L.A.B" (Ballin Like a Bitch). I dig the energy on both tracks they used for the video! The second is more of a performance style video. I like both tracks actually, but kind of feel I would have preferred for each of them to have their own videos.

1982 (Statik Selektah & Termanology) ft. Lil Fame & Anjuli Stars - "Live It Up" - Dir:

1982 (Statik Selektah & Termanology) ft. Lil Fame & Anjuli Stars - "Live It Up" - Dir:

Always dope to see Lil Fame killing it! One of my favorite Brooklyn rappers! The beat pulls you in – very smooth. It's simple and has Brooklyn Summers written all over it. I can dig it!