Video Of The Moment! Part VI

I don’t know why this is my first post about The Doppelgangaz but I can assure you it won’t be the last. If I were to try to explain them to you it might put you off because they wear cloaks and make dark landscapes with their music. You still there okay good because they make dope music and have put the visuals to one of my favorite tracks off of their album, “Lone Sharks“. Check it out below and stay until the end to see why they are handing out apples. Watch off for the…

Directed by Nicolas Heller of @RickyShabazz
Cinematography by Seth Applebaum
Edited by Nicolas Heller and Seth Applebaum
Additional Cinematography by Gordon Hendrick
VFX by Brian Dohn
Special Thanks to Gregory Matesich
2011 Groggy Pack Entertainment, LLC.


Saints Row: The Third Gets A Little Cheapy

You know I like cheap games and I have put over 57 hours into Saints Row: The Third. So how can the two get combined and make me put in more hours, well put some Cheapy D on it. That is right my favorite website for looking up cheap games, CheapAssGamer has gotten the owner of the website Cheapy D into the game as a DLC coming on January 17th. He won an auction to become a playing character in the game. Here is a video showing Cheapy D messing people up and getting burned at the end. Watch until the end to here him say his favorite quote from the 2nd game in the series, hilarious.

Video Of The Moment! Part Fifth

Thanks King Fantastic you have given me another reason to miss the west coast with the video of “Class of ’97 (1979)“. It is just a summer time jam that is perfect to warm you up for the cold winter times we are going into. Troublemaker has injected a soulful beat that will keep your head nodding with Killer Reese One delivering the infectious flow. If you have not done so yet go and get the King Fantastic – Death of Summer EP at and if this is your first taste of King Fantastic pick up their debut album, “Finger Snaps and Gun Claps” also and here some Westcoastsynthesizerbeachbumgangstermusic. Okay back to the video so I can reminisce over the beaches of California.


I have been telling people that Slaughterhouse is about to blow up and I have had a couple of examples to give them. They are four separate artists  Crooked I, Joe Budden, Joell Ortiz and Royce da 5’9″ that have been doing their thing on the solo tip then they performed a song on Joe Budden’s  “Halfway House” which they knew they had a chemistry to form the group. They released their first album, “Slaughterhouse” in 2009 on E1. In 2011 they released an EP called, Slaughterhouse EP, to hold over the fans until they could finish up their Shady Records debut album. They say they are about 75% finish with that album which I know will finally put them on the map. So to display their lyrically ingenuity Eminem, Yelawolf and Slaughterhouse decided to go to the B.E.T. Awards 2011 Hip Hop Cypher and murdered the whole thing. Watch the video below and you will be yelling Slaughterhouse!!!! like Rihanna (you will know what I mean when you watch it).

This is the unedited explicit version of the Shady Records 2.0 Boys 2011 Cypher. Yelawolf, Slaughterhouse and Eminem over “Tried By 12” provided by DJ Premier. Filmed on location in Detroit, MI, USA.

For All He Does, For All Of Us…To Michael!

Sometimes in our lives we need a reminder. Something that puts everything in perspective. Why we work our fingers to the bone. Try to obtain every trophy. Fight the good fight.

Now back to your regular Ecliptic Sight program: I made that sound like something epic was happening but it is the just the new marketing (genius?) campaign from Sony called “Long Live Play. The video above just makes me think that we are changing lives when we play games it was perfectly executed allowing us the viewers to be drawn into their make-believe world. They also make us keep watching the video so we can try to spot and identify all the characters in the video. That is all i got I have to get back to my gaming.

ESP Music Agenda: Braille – Native Lungs

Braille has linked up with Humble Beast to drop his latest album, “Native Lungs”. Braille has always given you meaningful music to inspire but takes it one step farther with joining with some of the best producers to compliment his sound. Evidence, Khrysis, S1, Ohmega Watts, Theory Hazit and more transforming Native Lungs into the most intricate and personal albums in his collection. Braille and Humble Beast want everyone to feel his message and is giving it away for free at Here is the music video for the song, “Feel It” off of Native Lungs produced by Evidence.

Artist: Braille – @BrailleHiphop //​Braille
Song: Feel It
Album: Native Lungs
Produced by: Evidence
Featuring scratches by: DJ Revolution
Mixed by: Eddie Sancho
Mastered by: Ricardo Gutierrez
Label: Humble Beast – @HumbleBeast

Directed by: Edd Blott – @EddBlott