BK’s own Antlive releases his video for “Pop Off” | @AntliveProject

We are going back to the BK for this one, for now its all about Brooklyn!! The name of this single is “Pop-off” by Antlive (@AntliveProject), this is the Official music video for the people. “Pop-off” was directed, edited by GT Visionz Production (Director GT, www.gtkream.com). Brought to you by Dj Smoke Mixtapes. “Pop-off” is also on Antlive’s Boss Mentalitymixtape.
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[EP] Highly Funktional Addicts – “Talking Sh*T Volume 1” (@jkila @centslesspix)


“Talking Sh*T Volume 1” is the first installment in an ongoing release series from Upper East Side New York dual group Highly Funktional Addicts. The two released the debut video for the EP in the fourth quarter of 2015 and are planning to release a follow up visual for the party anthem, “It’s Better To Spend It On Beer”. Jay Kila, the self proclaimed “Hindjew” and buddy filmaker Cav create feel good music mixed with lyrical complexity. Listen as they quote famous rhyme lines from some of your favorite artists while proving that they have NY Hip Hop blood pumping thru their veins. Available for free download and streaming, check out Highly Funktional Addicts and their EP, “Talking Sh*T Volume 1”.

Listen to the EP below:

Watch the video for “Smoking And Drinking” Below:

Jay Kila is a talented young rapper who performs an alternative style of hip-hop. A native of the Upper East Side in New York City, Kila is Half- Indian and Jewish (a Hindjew). An eternal partier, his music combines rapid-fire delivery and witty lyrics to create anthems guaranteed to get a crowd going. Think a modern Beastie Boy or Eminem. His work has been featured in New York Magazine, on The Today Show, as well as G4TV and He has opened for Wu-Tang Clan, Digable Planets, and KRS 1 – performing at festivals in NYC and across the country. He is part of the rap duo “Highly Funktional Addicts” with his long-time collaborator, filmmaker Stephen Cavaliero (“Cav”).