[Video] Raz Fresco – Baker$ Psalm

“Baker$ Psalm” is the 6th video from Raz Fresco’s self-produced CakeyPocket$ mixtape. The video was directed by Misha Teixeira.

[The video] takes place on a white backdrop where Raz is in the midst of playing a game of chess, apparently with himself. The chess board in this visual is a representation of life and how we have to play against ourselves and our decisions to get the results we want at the end.

Big Ticket w/ Raz Fresco – November 9 @ Velvet Underground

This month’s Big Ticket will feature the book launch of Far From Over: The Music and Life of Drake by author Dalton Higgins. It will also feature the debut of Perfeck Strangers’ “Work To Do” video.

w/ Raz Fresco, Grindhouse Project, Gee Wunder, Robots Wearing Sunglasses
Hosted by Dan-e-o
Music by DJ Law

Friday, November 9, 2012
@ Velvet Underground (510 Queen St. W.)
Doors: 9 PM | Show: 10 PM | $5 before 11pm

S.A.R.S. 9: Quarantine available now

Sick Artists Runnin Shit is back with the next installment of their mixtape series, S.A.R.S. 9: Quarantine. The new mixtape features appearances from Talksick, Paradox, KemiKAL, Theology 3, Diaz, Hazardous Material, Raz Fresco, Tekman, Episode Ace Holla, Junia-T, Adversaree, TRA, Caution Da Don, Peter Jackson, Set2, William Blankz, Puzzle, Adam Bomb, Kinsmuv, Tommy Spitz and more.

Here is the other video released by Raz Fresco last month. “Still Ain’t Made It” is the 4th video from his CakeyPocket$ mixtape. Directed by Ken Galloway.

[Video] Raz Fresco – Breathe

“Breathe” is the third video from Raz Fresco’s CakeyPocket$. The video was shot by Josh Mankz and directed by Raz Fresco.

The third visual off Raz Fresco’s self-produced CakeyPocket$ mixtape “Breathe” is now out. The self-directed/edited video is a collaboration effort between Raz and Josh Mankz off an upcoming film group based in the GTA. 17 year old Raz, who has produced for the likes of Mac Miller, Tyga, French Montana, Big Sean, BoB, and Wale crafts a beat for Breathe that fits perfectly into the underlying theme of CP$ as it is an ode to the tireless workers/dreamchasers who over-exert themselves to achieve their goals. A very powerful speech entitled “The Formula To Success” by Eric Thomas (ET The Hip Hop Preacher) is used at the beginning and end of the song to properly paint the picture. As an outro, Raz couldnt of selected a more fitting set of words to wrap up the tape. Shot in Toronto, the video interpretation of the song see’s Fresco cruising in front of a beautiful Toronto skyline and quickly emerging on top of the city through slowly rising symbolically in an elevator.