The first video (directed by Dave Hall) from Zilla Rocca’s blue tape Neo Noir is the Blakroc jux move “17 Days in VA”, a slice of life in the sticks when the getaway falls apart, the craft beer is lacking, and the thirst for the city starts making you batty.
As seen as Passion of the Weiss, the video finds the “Philly noir-rap originator slant[ing] in the shadows, sneaking behind graf-scarred walls and thickets that threaten to engulf him…[Zilla Rocca] continues to evolve into one of the most unique and best-writers in hip-hop.”
“17 Days in VA” is available on the limited pressing of Neo Noir on dark blue cassette (less than 50 available) along with an exclusive cocktail coaster for $8.
That’s right - Wrecking Crew (Zilla Rocca & Curly Castro), PremRock, and DJ Halo will be flipping switches and eating fish tacos on a west coast run stretching from San Francisco to New Mexico and right back to Sin City where coolers go to thrive. The Roland Bishop Memorial Tour – if you want respect, you gotta EARN IT!
Coffee shops. Trader Joe’s. Museums. Three places to capture a hot tamale that’s brunette, booksmart, and bowling for big thrills.
Don’t feel awkward — it’s always when you’re not looking that you stumble upon from a doe-eyed dame with legs and brains that never quit. Leave the bars and the clubs for the turnstile types. Get your museum pass right here from Dewey Decibel and Zilla Rocca from their upcoming EP How To Make It in Philadelphia, dropping this fall via Bold New Breed & Three Dollar Pistol.