Smooth lil recap video from Rec League's Richie Cunning's show at the Elbo Room on 11.11.11, which also featured Pep Love & Melina Jones. Yeeeee. Shot by Trevor Traynor and Amanda Lopez.
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Here's a little gem from Richie Cunning and Trevor Traynor. Shot earlier in the year, The Station is the first song on Richie's debut album "Night Train".
Play some catch up with Richie Cunning here. There is a new album from Richie in the works as well as plenty of other projects from the Rec-League team. Stay tuned.
Here's a new joint featuring a good portion of the Rec League Camp from San Francisco, CA. Produced by the camp's own Maclane, featuring QM, Grip Grand,Richie Cunning, Proe, Rob Rush & Maclane himself. The crew flexes plenty of experiance and shows off plenty of style on this radio friendly track.
If you aren't up on the Rec League as a collective, please check out RoutineFly.com for new tracks as well as a rather impressive back catalog all available for streaming or purchase on their site.
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The Rec League boys are at it again with lense magic from the legendary Trevor Traynor. This quick one take video shot in the back of a small cargo van is the newest offering from the team. The track, Rec Your Life, is from Richie Cunning's "Late Night Special" Mixtape released just before his album in early 2010. Check the mayhem.
MP3 DOWNLOAD: Rec Your Life
The easiest way to recognize local rapper Richie Cunning in a crowded room is by the Giants hat he's probably wearing. Born and raised in San Francisco, Cunning often raps about the city he calls home, the city he loves.
In a few weeks, he'll be spitting rhymes at SF Weekly's All Shook Down Music Fest atRegency Ballroom, but he took some time to call a cab (apparently a tricky affair) and travel across the city to sit down with us and talk about his collection of Giants hats and, oh yeah, his music.
Last week SF Weekly dropped their annual Best Of issue, in which they highlight there favorite people places and things in the Bay Area. For the full list of winners click here. This year our hip-hop scene got a fair amount of love. Congratulationss to those who pulled in an award. For the full write up of each award, click the name of the award.