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Dec 21, 2012 | 3:16 PM EST

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Blogs Apple Juice Break and Oh So fresh give you a tour into the minds of the Lower Class with an animated take on their track "Extraneous". Their latest mixtape Wingfield is currently available for free download on bandcamp. With the help of Bluroc/DD172, a remastered deluxe edition of Wingfield will be released which will include bonus tracks featuring Mckenzie Eddy.

Animated by Kartune (member of The Lower Class)

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

radical dood.
the description says ïf you dont like hip hop..."then gtfo or whatever. I thought I it was gonna be sum shitty rap song like today's shit rappers that are all about "yeah fuck bithces, get money , fuck more bitches". But I loved the song, it had a nice beat to it, and when the second voice came in it kinda reminded me of slick rick...the description should say: "if you like the kind of shit rap you hear on poop radio stations today gtfo"
and the animation was pretty fecking good and well fitting.

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KartuneHustla responds:

Glad you dug it sir! We are trying to bring back that golden era hip hop


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Beats the shit out of every rap music video I've seen. All of these crappy rappers become famous for having dementia and mythomania and the people with actual skill are stomped from above before they can even get their heads out of the water. I just want to kill myself, with so many thing wrong in this Earth on which I live.
Anyway, nice video and song.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

That was fuckin brilliant, man. A great combination of music and visuals. You never stop improving Xavier.

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KartuneHustla responds:

Thank you man!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

This is fantastic, and more views will never be enough.

I DETEST cookie-cutter rap. The overproduced, under-written schlock that dominates the radio HAS ALWAYS given hip hop a bad, bad rep...but thanks to a few friends, I realize there's always an exception to the rule with underground content. In time, I even began growing fond of really intelligent rap.

It's about structure, it's about pace. It's about ACTUALLY having something to talk about. It's about having a vocabulary that expands beyond mindless expletives.


The sample/backing track is really cool, very classy, and it never gets annoying. Vocals are balanced well so neither the music or the vocals drown out one another. Full score on audio.

I suppose my only criticism on the animation is the frame-rate. Take that with a grain of salt, though, because it's STILL fantastic. It's lively, it's groovy, it takes us places. A subtle Pico reference here, and I think my favorite moment was the Astronaut helmet that left a contrail of Gold Foil texture...that looked really cool! Incorporating more textures like that in the future could really lend strength to this style...Why paint a street grey when you could have a good lookin' cement texture? But like a spice, I suppose "Everything in Moderation" takes priority.

I can't blame ya for the re-use of animation on the chorus, because as a whole, this music video must've been a heavy work-load, but in the future, it would only add strength for you to mix it up a little.

I could nit-pick all day ("If you look for it, you'll find it") and nothing will distract me from the craftsmanship that was put into this as a whole. You deserve views, you deserve recognition, and thank you for showing us your work! Keep it up, keep it creative, keep it classy. Easy Five and Fav!

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KartuneHustla responds:

Wow thank you for the thorough write up! Really appreciate the kind words. I plan to work more with those textures.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Music's abit slow but thats just preference, Great vid!