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Behind the scenes of Terell Safadi’s “Art of Flight” and the making of Gemini [Video]

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Vancouver, BC – On June 4th, skater and artist Terell Safadi dropped a 14-track mixtape called Gemini. The album was released on his birthday, which is part of the reason the title is named after his astrological sign. The project delivers the traits of a Gemini showing two extremes; the good and the bad. Compared to his other projects, this album is more truthful and open, and it reflects more of what has been going on in his life.There are some notable producers who came on board for the mixtape such as B-Beck from Virginia (who did Travis Porter’s most recent single “Aww Yeah”) and Preme Diesel from Vancouver.

Terell teamed up with LRG Clothing and created a cool skate video that acted as promo for the album. Also, Terell was just in Toronto shooting the video for the bonus track on his album, “Art of Flight” that he received a VideoFACT grant for. Watch the skate video and behind the scenes of the video shoot after the jump.

Video: Terell Safadi - Gemini & LRG Clothing in the Making - HipHopCanada.com

Video: Terell Safadi - Gemini & LRG Clothing in the Making - HipHopCanada.com

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