Original video for Code Switchin’ (Northstar Bop) made by Malik Ameer.
BBC 6 Madison Wahington Code Switchin’ album premiere & interview.
Full length freestyle on Worldwide FM July 19, 2017
Freestyle edit of the Worldwide FM feature.
iSacred: Sellin’ That Sacred. A long poem.
From the album 10,000 Hours + by Weird HappYness. Video and trumpets by Leron Thomas, all other music by Weird HappYness.
“Close to 20 years deep in this Rap game, Malik Ameer is putting out that next level, raw, conscious Hip-Hop shit for 2014 and beyond” –IMAGEYENATION.COM
Performed @ #Harvestworks Digital media Arts Center SOHO – NYC April 17th 2016. Shot and Edited by Asukaya Bailey (Luminous Velocity)
“Dude is a real freethinker, and he represents some futuristic Kemetic science on some modern day X Clan shit on his newest single and video (((((((((NON TIME==:::: ZEP TEPI(((((((((.” –IMAGEYENATION.COM
Location: Panoply Performance Lab, Brooklyn NY Shot by: Panoply Lab & Luminous Velocity Edited by: Luminous Velocity Summer 2015
Timeless: The Amiri Baraka Story is a short documentary that focuses on the evolution of Poet/Playwright/Activist/Political Organizer Amiri Baraka and controversy behind his poem, “Somebody Blew Up America”, which was published shortly after the attacks on September 11, 2001. Produced by Paulo Freire Tribeca Film Club. -2016 directed by Frank Hooker
A collaboration between Alex Deforce and Malik Crumpler that took place in Brussels, Belgium Jan. 2015.
“Little did we know Malik was such a bright spirit, going from poetry, over video making and music production, to writing and performing, and curating thosethatthis.com. The video above had us asking quite a couple of questions, which we basically just sent to Malik, he then replied and well.. read along!” –ONPOINT 2014
Freestylin’ with the Josh Jones La Pena Workshop Band in early 2000. Malik’s 18 years old at the time.
for more short films: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCnBuuJvVmitVUzQnOmu1SUQ