HD Version: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9sboiRK_JFM&fmt=22
This one is a real throw back, this video was done in the early 2000s. I had my first camera, that was donated to me because someone owed me money for music production, so instead they gave me a video camera. I always wanted to make music videos, simply because who can afford to pay for one? I found out how to make the footage look like film, and the rest was history. This video is called "Freddys Dead", it was done by my brother Aaron Fleming and was shot in the hood in one location, one street. My brothers' a story teller, he picked up his vibe from Scarface. This is a very old video so don't judge it against todays videos and music. It was hot in it's time, just another unsigned hype artist. I personally was at my beggining stages of videography and definitely ain't to proud of my work, but it served it's purposes back then. It was aired locally in Detroit and the surrounding areas for about 6 months on a Comcast station in Michigan. Ebone was my brothers name and he was under the original Crews umbrella, which was under Organized Records umbrella. These guys was the ones to produce the "In The D" movie and soundtrack, you may have heard of it on youtube already: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v0JsqTdfXWc, I'll post the Original HD verion of this movie up shortly. BTW, I was the producer and music director of this film as well. There is a lot of history, if you're even at all interested, but if so, you're in for a treat, you get to see all the madness Tee was involved in from the year 1996 up until now with my famous website, www.todaysbeats.com. I hope you enjoy the madness, but I felt I was obligated to post up everything I did in Detroit, even if i was ashamed of it, because to others, it's there life!!!! So enjoy the journey, it's ya boy homie Grand.
Diamond Dog, Larry Lumpkin, Terrence Fleming, Aaron Fleming, Organized Records, Ebone, Terry T, Freddys Dead, Pops Baby. Boodey Howell
Video was produced by Organized Records, Dwayne "Boodey" Howell, Richards, Directed, Edited by: Terrence Fleming