Filmed and edited by Connor Limbocker aka FILTHIEST – itsTOPE.com presents a preview to the third episode of TOPE’s web series TROUBLE VISION. Preparing his new album “BROKE BOY SYNDROME”, TOPE takes some time out to rock VanFest in Seattle, open up for El-P back in Portland for MFNW 2014, film a side project with Nike Film and more. Be on the lookout for BBS dropping this Fall with videos from Noah Porter and FILTHIEST featuring Blu, CashUs King, Farnell Newton and more with the bulk of production being handled by Stewart Villain.
Cameos from Dennis Dove, Verbz, Farnell Newton, Trevor McIrvin, and more.
Song: TOPE – PLEASE BELIEVE from BROKE BOY SYNDROME produced by Sir Chamberlin
Jon Belz, Hip Hop Junkies, and We Out Here Magazine follow up the Trox produced Summertime single with the official video filmed at the First Annual Kickback event held at Woodlawn park this past summer.
Thank you to everyone that came out this past Sunday at Mississippi Studios to send the homies SOS off to New York! Special thanks to Verbz, Dennis Dove, and Farnell Newton for coming out and rocking with me.
Check out the second preview of TROUBLE VISION III below, shot by FILTHIEST aka Connor Limbocker – coming soon!
A lot of cool things happened to me this year when I released my Take Your Time video, one of them was meeting Richmond, VA soul singer Rob Milton. A contributing writer to Soul Bounce (where Analog premiered), Rob is also an aspiring soul singer mixing elements of Jazz and Hip Hop into his sound. On his latest “Analog,” Rob speaks on how the digital age has affected love and relationships while grabbing a verse from TOPE to echo those thoughts. Produced by Daron Jones out of the DC area, this is definitely a joint for all the soul lovers out there. Be sure to check out the Second Letter directed visuals below and look for Rob Milton to be featured on #BROKEBOYSYNDROME.
Cool Nutz drops his latest video for the TOPE produced Married To This, filmed and directed by Connor Limbocker! Shout out to MTV’s Sway and Bay Area legend E40 for the love! Be on the lookout for the full-length album EMO coming from Cool Nutz soon!
Jon Belz has been one of my favorite Portland rappers for a while, so we were definitely overdue for a song together. Thank you to Bobby Jones of Hip Hop Junkies for making this happen over a monster track from PDX producer Trox, plus a dope hook from Felicia Taylor. Also shout out to We Out Here Magazine for the premiere!