My Video Cameos!

Hola amigos,

Mastering just wrapped up on my third album, 'In Awe of Simplicity,' at the hands of Toronto's George Seara (50 Cent, The Game, Mos Def, more). So now it's off to manufacturing. The three year wait is nearly over...

Summer is grandly busy with swing dance classes (step, step, rock step); breakdance meets ballet; softball; Chaucer meets rap; weddings; chocolate factories; drive by shootings in Toronto (water gun style); my new idols The Brown Hornets, BBQs & friends...

To tie you over, I thought I'd recap my favourite music videos in which I've had cameo appearances:

   1. Art of Fresh - Get Free (2007)
   2. Universal Soul - Back N Forth (2006)
   3. Eternia - Evidence (2005)

1. Art of Fresh - Get Free (Toronto - 2007)
D.O. & I first met at Canadian Music Week in 2005, and we got to know each other cause we use the same Indie Band Manager software. I was real impressed by his business sense and Stay Driven motivational speaking.

So when I found out his group, Art of Fresh (D.O. + Slakah the Beatchild), was shooting a video over Easter weekend 2007, I dropped by this real fun shoot. Watch for me at "poof" and breaking out the dance moves at the end.

2. Universal Soul - Back N Forth (Halifax - 2006)
Consisting of members Fiz, Voodoo, Tacktishion & DJ IV, Universal Soul is one of Halifax's veteran groups with roots dating back to the 80s. They bring that vintage block party rap vibe that I crave.

My featured role sees me freaking out because I'm the only one who realizes we're in a music video.

Shot in Halifax in April 2005, it features the amazing Amelia Curran. Cameos from Classified, DJ Plaeboi, Mick D & Brad Cayford. After shooting wrapped up, we performed at Trailer Park Boys season premiere, where J-Roc stole my sharpie.

3. Eternia - Evidence (Toronto - 2005)
I met Eternia for drinks back in June 2005 were we hatched plans for promoting her "Where I Been - The Collection" mixed by DJ Law and her hugely successful debut album, "It's Called Life."

In Sept 2005, Fredericton's premiere b-boy export, Graeme Guthrie, was dancing for the Blue Jays, so he laced me with tix to a game vs the Red Sox, where I saw Jon Papelbon's first ever win.

Eternia was shooting a video the same weekend, so I dropped by. My cameos are fleeting, but it's easier to spot folks like Dan-E-O, Mindbender and Professor D of The Dope Poet Society.

Well, I hope you're getting solid sunshine and BBQ'ing lots of mushrooms!
Brockway Biggs

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