Cream-An introduction to the GOAT rap group of all time. Made you feel like you was right in Shoalin on those cold Winter New York nights. Love the ending with everyone in the office with bags of money, and champagne flowing - basically giving a preview of the new life these guys were embarking on. I first saw this on Video Music Box, and it turned out Ralph McDaniels was the director.
Bring The Pain-So fucking gutter. Meth with the eye. Meth and the Clan wildling on the bus. Meth looked blasted out his mind, but it all fit in the video perfect. I wonder how that experience was for Diane Martel?
Can It Be So Simple-Brought tears to my eyes. Hype William (the GOAT music director next to Mark Romanek) depicted this song vividly like no other could. Love Rae and Ghost going back and forth, and the clan lampin' in the back with the cars. Meth with the kids. Typing this I'm getting goosebumps. This video is seriously in my Top five Hip Hop videos of all time.
Cream-Summer Wu banger of 95. Me and my friends would argue who was butter pecan, french vanilla, and chocolate deluxue. Wow, this brings back memories. The mall scene was depicted right. Rae buying sneakers. RZA in the ice cream truck. Only complaint is that faggot-model Tyson in it.
Triumph-I was in heaven when I first saw this video. This video was monumental. It was an epic. Bret Ratner did his thing. Love every scence. Was that ODB in the mask? Love when MK took the floor, and the clan pause then saluted the high chief. Meth on the bikes. Deck rapping on the side of the building. GZA on the globe. RZA breaking in the jail. Ghost and Rae in th club scene. Guest appearance by Quincy Jones and Kidada...I really love the Killa Bee'z buzzing sond effect. Then the Wu signature on the full-moon...This is the GOAT Hip Hop video.
Apollo Kids-I was so happy Ghost was back. I fucking love the Wallabe factory. Raekwon verse and appearance was classic for me. This video prepare me for the
the best Hip Hop album of 2000....You know the one that inspired Kanye (lol) for his production for that other album.