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Bakers Club’s own Brisk IN THE HOUSE, brings us some new visuals for his track ViolettSmoke. Having great visuals to go along with a great song always just makes the overall experience that much better, and the directors, Owen Captures and SoTeeOh did just that. They made the whole video,

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with the intro and the intricate cuts through out the video are crazy. So check out the new video from Briskinthehouse, and judge for yourself, cause we approve. Take in Brisk’s Thght Process Interview below as well.
Enjoy.

UTW-Who are you?
Brisk-Rahsol Allah EL, BriskInTheHouse but you can call me Brisk for short.

UTW-What is your passion?
Brisk-Knowledge of self, The Original Man, God

UTW-What is your biggest accomplishment to date?
Brisk-Being alive and healthly with a little bit of knowledge to share with the people and get me through the day. Life.

UTW-Perseverance is key in proving to yourself AND any detractors out there. We tell em’ “You thought wrong” what else would you like to say to any doubters right now?
Brisk-Come to me with Love and I’ll show you more Love than you can fathom, Come to me with Doubt and I’ll give you every reason to Doubt me.

UTW-Thanks for everything, where can people find your work and get in contact with you?
Brisk-You can find my Samurai Champloo Tape Here: www.zshare.net/download/972619416635da1f/ you can see all my new releases at the Bakers Club blog bakersclub.wordpress.com/2011/12/26/briskinthehouse-rhinestone-cowboy-music-video-dir-by-raz-fresco/
Follow @BriskInTheHouse
PEACE

Jahte Le is a man of many talents, from directing to dancing to acting. Jahte is always working on many projects at a time, helping with many different aspect within one project depending on what it is.He is currently acting in a TV series called Paranormal Witness, has been acting for many years. He has just recently finished directing a video for Classified called Anything Goes, video to be out soon.
He is currently producing a short film called One night a stranger, being shot late this October, which he will also be acting in it. You can get some more info on the film and learn how you can possibly be help if you like the whole idea behind the film. www.facebook.com/OneNightAStranger
Please take some time to read Jahte’s Thght Process Interview. A very insightful interview, and it was a pleasure to have Jahte take his time for UThghtWng.
www.jahteproductions.com
Enjoy.

UTW-Who are you?
Jahte Le-I am Jahte Le. I am a multi talented entertainer based out here in toronto.

UTW-What is your passion?
Jahte Le-My passion is entertainment, and i mean entertainment on a whole.
Everything about it fills me with excitement. From piecing together a simple art exhibit, to the most elaborate presentation in any art form. To be able to to entertain is something that has always been a part of who i am. Entertainers have the power to shape and change the world, we can quell an angry crowd who could have just been on the verge of over throwing a king, or rile an uneasy crowd into a fury of emotions with nothing more than our talent. I know entertainment is viewed in many different ways, but to me its the greatest way to connect with people everywhere. I get asked often out of my many skills which do i prefer or feel greater joy from, and i can never choose. Be it directing, producing, standup comedy, acting etc., each and everyone one puts me in a world that i create and i control. So again, all i can say is that, entertainment is my passion.

UTW-What’s your biggest accomplishment to date?
Jahte Le-In my eyes the biggest an far most important accomplishment i have workout pokies ever Pokies made was to acknowledge that no man stands alone. In order to accomplish my dreams, i needed help. I will stand at the top with my friends and colleagues who have helped me grow and learn to become the man i am, and someday will be. I am very grateful for the people who have stuck by me thus far and continue to do so.

UTW-Perseverance is key in proving to yourself AND any detractors out there. We tell em’ “You thought wrong” what else would you like to say to any doubters right now?
Jahte Le-to doubters, nay sayers, haters, pessimists and the whole lot.
To be honest, there are days where i just laugh and shake my head the negativity that you try to enforce onto myself as well as anyone else trying to climb. Then there are days where someone can bring your whole world crashing down. I strive past this and continue to stay positive regardless of what is said about me, or who says it. There is a saying that will never leave me ( it does change depending on context and how i think about it ) the jist of it goes like this ” I live a life that nobody will, so that i will live a life that no one ever can “. To me this means, with all the negativity, struggle and pain i have to go through now, i will eventually reach a place far beyond anyone who has never been through the same journey ever will. Thats enough for me to look a hater in the face smile and just walk away.

UTW-Thanks for everything, where can people find your work and get in contact with you?
Jahte Le- Right now i am growing. I like to say just like my city, im under construction. So i am not at the level that i would like to be with my online media content, none the less i do have a few links that display some of my released work, also a website that is being redesigned to depict the new and improved Jahte Le. Please check out my page ( click like ) and follow me on twitter to show some support and love .
@jahte_le
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Jahte-Le/190695237838
www.jahteproductions.com

“Where every waking moment is an expression of my self through a tool that is an extension of my self. Next is to ensure that when it’s heard, what is heard is nothing, can be nothing, and will never be anything other then Goldstripes. Integrity intact.”

Twitter: @Goldstripes
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/GoldstripesMusic

We want to give Creations of LA some love for the videography on this video. They are always bringing light to amazing artist through what they do and this video is a display of that.
Check out the ill video the Creations of LA have done, and check out their Thght Process Interview below.
enjoy.

UTW-Who are you?
LA-I am just a kid following my dream.

UTW-What is your passion?
LA-Dancing, Filmography, Photography, Styling

UTW-What’s your biggest accomplishment to date?
LA-A video I shot that was featured at the NY fashion week.

UTW-Perseverance is key in proving to yourself AND any detractors out there. We tell em’ “You thought wrong” what else would you like to say to any doubters right now?
LA-Instead of doubting others, that time doubting, do something productive.

UTW-Thanks for everything, where can people find your work and get in contact with you?
LA-You are very welcome , more videos will be found on my channel, youtube.com/CreationsOfLA Thank you for watching. Please Subscribe if you like what you see. #UnicornSwag

Neil Austen brings us up close and personal with this dope video of the Toronto holiday edition of The Cypher. The way this video is shot makes you feel part of the whole night, even making you feel as you were there the whole night as well. He incorporate’s everything from beginning to end. Check out the ill artist Neil got yo film at the last Cypher.

UTW-Who are you?
Neil Austen-Neil Austen.
A 22 year old cinematographer from Toronto, Ont.
Used to be a frontman for a metal band. I moved to Toronto and was introduced to ‘Atmosphere’. That’s where the journey into Hip Hop began.

UTW-What is your passion?
Neil Austen-Life: uncut, unabridged in living colour.
We all want to remembered, but I just want to remember. I’m passionate about documenting what happens in the world. Journalism would be a close second to cinematography. It’s the ability to tell a personal narrative, a written account of life-changing events.
Music: Digging in the crates, all day, every day. The golden era of beats, breaks, and rhymes.

UTW-What’s your biggest accomplishment to date?
Neil Austen-Joining up with the H3 Crew and The Cypher.
The holiday edition of the Cypher. Shot and edited entirely by my own hands. I feel it truly represents the raw essence of hip hop.

UTW-Perseverance is key in proving to yourself AND any detractors out there. We tell em’ “You thought wrong” what else would you like to say to any doubters right now?
Neil Austen-Stand your ground and I’ll prove you wrong.

UTW-Thanks for everything, where can people find your work and get in contact with you?
Neil Austen-You can find my demo reel and alternative videos at www.youtube.com/user/EastCoastOverdose416
Facebook: Neil Austen (ryerson university)
www.thecypher.ca

Shoutout to Jcom and UTW for this exposure. Stay tuned for their feature video from Soulstice on the channel. Coming soon!

Lokz links up with Joe Budden for their video Cheated.This song is off of Lokz’ debut album “The Point Of No Return “. The dope video was directed by Jordan Oram and Dukey Dukez. If you have yet to get Lokzs album, please do so to get more amazing track from him.
Get the Album, The Point Of No Return HERE
Check out Lokz answers to out Thght Process questions below.
Enjoy

UTW-Who are you?
Lokz-Lokz is an upcoming R&B Singer / Songwriter / Producer from Toronto, Ontario

UTW-What is your passion?
Lokz-My passion is music and turning my thoughts & philosophies into Art

UTW-What’s your biggest accomplishment to date?
Lokz-At the moment I don’t think anything can beat me opening for Drake (and every other big artist who was there) at the first OVOFest, but that’s just the beginning.

UTW-Perseverance is key in proving to yourself AND any detractors out there. We tell em’ “You thought wrong” what else would you like to say to any doubters right now?
Lokz-As time has passed, I’ve learned that it’s better to show as little attention as possible to your haters and to just let your accomplishments speak for you because that in itself pisses them off and shows that there is no reason they should even be hating on you.

UTW–Thanks for everything, where can people find your work and get in contact with you?
Lokz-www.LokzMusic.com
www.Twitter.com/Lokz88
www.Facebook.com/LokzMusic
www.Youtube.com/LokzTV

We have a teaser trailer to a short film called The Borough. I have had the privileged to see some of the progress via facebook about the the film, and am very excited to post the trailer for all to see.
I have got the great opportunity to have been able to talk to Bryan Edwards, who is the producer, writer and lead actor in The Borough and got some awesome answer for our Thght Process questions.
Im extremely happy as I have learned a lot about Bryan and his road to getting his first short film done.
Enjoy the trailer and the great interview.

UTW-Who are you?

Bryan Edwards-My name is Bryan Edwards. I am a Actor before anything, although for “The Borough” my roles consisted of Producer, Writer as well as Lead Actor. I’ve been an active Actor for over ten-years but had never really considered venturing into my own projects until these past few years. My goals are simple: Deliver cutting-edge cinematic awesomeness and do it very very well. Too many independent filmmakers today (especially in Toronto) are struggling because they don’t “push the envelope.” I strive to push that envelope and ensure that when you (the viewer) watch anything we make, you leave with the satisfaction of knowing you watched something that may not necessarily be Oscar-worthy, but a damn cool piece of art that you can talk about long after you’ve watched it. Simply put – I make movies for YOU.

UTW-What is your passion?

Bryan Edwards-To continue on the idea above – As an Actor, I live and breathe other filmmakers work. I channel their passion through myself and try to deliver their inspiration into my own work. Everyone needs a mentor, I literally have thousands, who inspire me every day to create something just as bold and innovative as theirs. My passion for filmmaking is driven by my peers. With my upcoming work I hope to join the ranks of my idols in delivering quality content that leaves a lasting impression. As a child I grew up watching some of the biggest blockbusters to-date and that is the direct cause for me doing what I do today. Acting is my passion, above and beyond any aspect of the industry, although lately I’ve been challenging myself with more production-related roles to get a better understanding of how the filmmaking process works. I feel knowing all facets of the business is an asset to better understanding the requirements as an Actor and what the audience needs from you. After all, you are your product and you must know what you’re selling and to whom you are selling your product to.

UTW-What’s your biggest accomplishment to date?

Bryan Edwards-My biggest accomplishment is “The Borough,” without a doubt. This project had literally zero-budget to work with and we still managed to pump out something pretty cool to watch. We had originally set up a campaign with IndieGoGo to try to raise funding, but we did not reach our goal. What money we did raise had a specific use once we got to the post-production process. After begging and pleading and hiring some extremely talented artists to work for free, we completed the film. We had our rocky moments and our last minute fallouts, but I’m proud to say those who stuck with the project are dear to my heart and deserve every ounce of acknowledgement this film receives. I am a firm believer that filmmaking is a team effort and I cannot take any credit for something we did as a whole. I was very blessed to get this far with this project, regardless of its fate. We are all very excited for what comes after this. And believe me, there will be more!

UTW-Perseverance is key in proving to yourself AND any detractors out there. We tell em’ “You thought wrong” what else would you like to say to any doubters right now?

Bryan Edwards-I take any and all “hating” as positive feedback. Without naming names, “The Borough” suffered quite a bit of stress as we had people back out in order to do paid work. I respect everyone who is in this to make a buck, but at the same time, there is a satisfaction to sacrificing a paycheck to adventure into the unknown. “The Borough” was a joke over a coffee a few years back, and it blew up into an entire short film. That being said, along the road we suffered a lot of insult and injury, but it only fed my desire to get the project completed even more. Every backstab and negative comment only poured fuel onto the fire that ignited the passion to fight toward the goal. In short and to be as childish as possible – You did it with handouts. We did it with nothing.

UTW-Thanks for everything, where can people find your work and get in contact with you?

Bryan Edwards-Thanks for the opportunity! You can follow me on Twitter (@BryanEdwards1) for any updates/randomness regarding me personally, or you can go on over to “The Borough’s” Facebook Fan Page for updates on the short film and its release information:

http://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Borough/128211750607472

This is a trailor documentary done about a topic that is not talked about in the right way within certain groups in today’s society.
Chevy X King, the director of ‘From Slaveships to Relationships: Narratives of Healing’ has put in much work, traveling all over the Caribbean to get interviews from some great individuals.
This documentary really makes you think and helps bring some a closing to some questions and thought to the past, in a real way, and this is only the trailer
Can’t wait to see the whole documentary.
Check out the Thght Process Q & A below
Enjoy the trailer.

UTW-Who are you?
Chevy X King-Chevy X King

UTW-What is your passion?
Chevy X King-Community building locally and internationally

UTW-What’s your biggest accomplishment to date?
Chevy X King-Hmmmm…working towards my full length international documentary around black intimacy and slavery.

UTW-Perseverance is key in proving to yourself AND any detractors out there. We tell em’ “You thought wrong” what else would you like to say to any doubters right now?
Chevy X King-The movement will happen with or without your support it’s inevitable….

UTW-Thanks for everything, where can people find your work and get in contact with you?
Chevy X King-http://vimeo.com/32550288

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