Naquan Rollings added another short but sweet video to his channel and this time the video features Sean Connor, Tallys Jr., Pero Šimić, and Davey Sayles. We like that format! Check the other ones on Youtube.
Bye Jeremy just released a new video filmed over the summer in Paris. Always a good watch, lovely edit. They have just released a bunch if new items to their web shop, so you better be fast.
Featuring Jose Vivero Diaz, Arthur Myhill, Steven Sklena, Benji Silva, Luca Barattiero, Carlisle Aikens, Marcos Montoya, Olli Lilja, Kusti Kauppinen, Thaynan Costa, Jerome Sossou, Kyle Wilson, Naquan Rollings, Sagan Lockhart, William Monerris, Fidel Balthazar, Jahmir Brown & Erik Herrera.
Lately, there has been a multitude of videos from younger filmers that have had this: “The world is not alright!” type of feel. Videos like Naquan Rollings’ KILL BILL are good examples of that.
But this video makes you feel like we arrived in a post-apocalyptic world at times! Burning cars, scary run-ins with the homeless (possibly mentally ill), and a guy getting so heated that he went and chased some younger skaters with a gun! If you feel good about the direction we are going in then either you didn’t watch the same thing we just did or you enjoy seeing these sorts of things.
Anyway, it is powerful to see a skate-video translate and incorporate these things and weave them into the fabric in such a way that the whole thing leaves a strong impression on the viewer. Great work by Tristan Warren, we can’t wait for the full-length.
Naquan seems to have taken the place of lurkNYC and is now showing us the younger generation of upcoming mostly black rippers. This video again is lovely, the music selection is on point and the filmography is great.
A lovely piece of video by Naquan Rollings who shows his friends, the city, the civil unrest and more in this pretty political film set in New York during a worldwide pandemic.
A must watch, even if you don’t care about nothing other than good music.
Interesting song pics, great switch 360 flips, girl boards, and TWS features all seems bright for Carl Aikens.