Graffiti and rap make beautiful music together in this ill visual between Ironlak, Few N Far & Dujeous. Back in the ’90s, you couldn’t mention hip-hop with a live band without mentioning The Roots AND Dujeous, one of the OGs of bringing a live element to rap. Dujeous is simply New York’s version of the Legendary Roots Crew, who made impact on TV too with placements of their music on Crank Yankers (shoutout to Todd James “REAS”). The press release for the collaboration says,
“A few weeks ago AmandaLynn and Lady Mags, of Few N Far, got invited by Inked Magazine to paint a mural and have it featured in Inked’s upcoming Art and Design issue. Mags reached out to her NYC connects, and found a dope wall at Community 54 on the Lower East Side. These ladies knew it was going to be hot out in NYC…and as soon as they landed, the trip got even hotter: New York City’s live hip hop group, Dujeous, partnered with Alynn-Mags, IronLak, and director TomP to document the experience.”
Add DJ Just One’s scratches from “Wrong Side Of The Tracks” and this audio canvas is complete.