I remember growing up I’ve always wanted to be on the news or magazines and radio station for for the things we do. Either photography, community service, music, art, etc. It was always a dream growing up and I’m sure most of ya’ll can relate. I accomplished some of those dreams, and I’m proud to share these images of Rossi Rock at the radio station for an interview! People always talk about how local station in SD don’t support local artist. Maybe they do, it just takes alot of hard work to be recognized. Beto Perez and Tha Kid Reckless was kind enough to take the Suav crew in the station and kicked down some valuable knowledge. Rossi has been making alot of noise on social media thanks to all his fans. Beside that Rossi and Beto Perez knew each other, the support from Rossi’s fan got the station’s attention.
I don't have any details on where Rossi will finish shooting the video for "That's My Lady" or if this was it. Rossi teamed up with Chris Gonzo for the visuals and the shoot took place at 5&A Dime over the weekend. Rain or shine the shoot was going to happen, and it did! It didn't stop anyone from coming out to show love and support for Rossi and the crew. It was pretty fun standing in the rain for the most part, other part we got pretty wet and can be uncomfortable. I shot most of the photos with my film camera so I don't have those available yet. But here are some photos from my iPhone of what went down Saturday evening.
Rossi Rock still on the move dropping another music video for Suav City featuring Bodega Bamz. Recently performed at the North Park Observatory they filmed a portion of the video on stage.
Suav City from the Tanboys Menace Tan Society mixtape. Video directed by Xavier.