Well, it seems that YouTube.com is the spot for videos these days... so, in memory of all the fun I've had making music videos as Pimp Tea over the years, I've uploaded 6 of my more memorable ones to YouTube. I thought I'd share my memories for you to enjoy as well:
* 2000 - Tha PIMP-T Theme video
* 2001 - Petty Crime video
* 2002 - Ed The Sock video
* 2003 - MusiquePlus performance
* 2004 - Super Dude ZeD video
* 2005 - Shake Ya Caboose video
So as I bid adieu to 'pimpin', I hope as Brockway Biggs I'll be able to continue bringing you fun videos with a more professional look. Big thanks to all the video contributors, especially the likes of Iain MacDonald, Graham Fyffe & Nik Mills.
$100 is up for grabs to the designer of the best Brockway Biggs logo/tag.
Format: Must be 300 dpi; preferably in .tif format.
(I'll make the prize $200 if the winner sends proof they're in university.)
In other news, my track, 'Pinch Hitter,' was selected for KeepItClassic.com's "Underground Hip-Hop Compilation Vol. 5" hosted by Mr Lif (of Def Jux) & Lady Bug Mecca (of Digable Planets). It features El-P, Aceyalone, Murs, LA Symphony, Cappadonna & more. Prod. by Sean One. You can listen to 'Pinch Hitter' here:
I'm a bit jaded by the music scene lately. I miss the naive days when I blindly thought any chum could put together a good song and make it big. It seems the majority of my free time these days is spent volunteering my marketing and business knowledge to help others, so I've been finding myself missing the creativeness of just being artistic. Time for a change?
On that note, I wish you peace & harmony.