SHAOLIN JAZZ – Video – Brew Out
This experience producing SHAOLIN JAZZ has allowed me to meet a number of innovators, of various disciplines, and one such person is Tewodross Melchishua – the cat who produced the video above for the SHAOLIN JAZZ track “Brew Out.”
In addition to Tewodross’ video production talents he’s also an educator that teaches an in-demand hip-hop course at Bowie State called Art 408 Visual Culture, what he calls “a visual study of hip-hop and B-Boy culture, urban/contemporary art.” And if that wasn’t enough Tewodross also curates a hip-hop exhibition called M3: MCs, Mics and Metaphors.
I’d actually seen Tewodross’ video work at different events, not knowing who he was, but 2-Tone gave me the proper intro as he thought his Live Video Mixing or as Tewodross calls it “Visual Music” would be a perfect addition to our listening parties in addition to him also creating his brand of videos for tracks from SHAOLIN JAZZ.
Tewodross’ “Visual Music,” (a unique blend of vintage pictures, video, verbiage, sounds, and colors) complemented our PHILA Listening Party like he’d been with the team since day one, so lookout for him at our listening parties and we’ll also be releasing a new SHAOLIN JAZZ video of his every month. Click here to check out more of Tewodross’ video mixes and stay tuned for the iLL.
Posted on October 10, 2011, in Uncategorized and tagged art 408 visual culture, art vs commerce, bowie state, brew out, dj 2-tone jones, gerald c watson II, hip hop, hip hop art, jazz, jazz art, jazz music video, jazzy hip hop, rap music video, shaolin jazz, shaolin jazz the 37th chamber, shaolin jazz video, Tewodross Melchishua, the 37th chamber, video art. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.