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The Third One Dat Hippo Dropped

Sir EU aka King Hippo hits the DMV in the head with another visual for his new project Fxck 2. Shot by Helena Banks of Kreative Khaos. “The Third One”


Check out another up and coming talent out of the DMV featuring Sir EU from (Kool Klux Klan). This group have always and will always be one of my favorites. </p

Art Under Pressure

We all know the skate scene in DC is poppin. So is the Graffiti scene. Well not too far from all the hoopla downtown, sits a shop that can supply you with Skate, Graffiti, Clothing, Shoes, Rap shows, etc. 4807 Georgia Ave. is the place to be. Right down the street from good ole Howard University. I personally shop there regularly and DJ at alot of their events. Check out the site

New shit from the young Kool Klux Klan member Crashprez. Check out all of the Klan material at

Mac 11, Uptown reppin

Like lyricism? Like real MC’s, Like real niggas? Check out my brother and big homie Nate Greyskii’s new visual for his track “Mac 11” and peep his bandcamp . 


Krismerica EP

If you are not hip to the DC Rock movement here is some new music from the band Identity Krisis. New style, new look, new feel. Enjoy

Life of a Stoner

New visuals straight from the Klan quarters. CalRips new video for his song “Yows and Arizonas” off of his mixtape “Chemical X” <—– Download link. Video shot by Helena Banks of Kreative Khaos, Song featuring ObiiSay. 

Krisis in the Capital

Krisis in the Capital

As the first cosign/event we present you: #TeamIDK with “Krismerica” Feat. The Kool Klux Klan, 12th of August, and Echo Sonic. IDK (Identity Krisis) is a DMV bred Rock/Alternative/Dope Music Band that is known for simply rocking shows by any means necessary. The 12th of this month is the EP release celebration for their first publicized project. Featuring the likes of heavyweights such as Kool Klux, 12th of August, and Echo Sonic, this show is definitely a must see. Music by the versatile DJ in our own DJ Marauder, you will not go home with anything but the satisfaction of knowing you just witnessed greatness.

The Rebirth of Real

So our unique voyage came to an unexpected end a while back……..WELLLLLLL WE ARE BACK!!!….now nearing the end of our college careers and entering manhood, we are on the verge of starting this local artist movement. Walking with giants like Kool Klux, IDK, Uptown Renaissance, and many more; we are about to expose this beautiful thing we call art.

Movie Magic from Abroad

I haven’t posted much here (read: at all) at the Undgrd headquarters lately, but lately doesn’t equate eternity so I am back from my hiatus, sabbatical, or whatever you want to call it. A lot has happened in the world since I’ve been away on my little vacation, but this is neither the time nor space for me to discuss said happenings. Instead, I’d like to share a movie with you that I saw recently called City of God. The movie is a Brazilian production, first released in 2002, that depicts the lives of various people from a Rio de Janeiro favela (slum) from their youth until adulthood. The favela that serves as the main setting for the film is filled with vice, which is  supplied mainly from the crime lords and bandits that rule it. The film is masterfully shot and every character has an emotional weight and significance that instantly brings you closer to the movie. The acting is spot on, even eerie at times, considering some of the actions that take place during the film. It’s a gripping tale that intertwines the lives of many people, sometimes tragically and sometimes magnificently, but nonetheless, effectively and artfully. The closing scenes are particularly powerful and a fitting ending to such an outstanding piece of cinematic work. Check out the trailer above.