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JDon & Brian Rudder – Reachin ft. MDeezy [Video]

Toronto, ON – On Feb. 26, T-Dot’s own JDon (of Raw Dog Entertainment) and Brian Rudder released some new visuals for their track entitled “Reachin” (featuring MDeezy). Okay, before I get into the video at-hand, I just want to take a minute to point out that Raw Dog’s name is kind of like a T-Dot version of T.D.E. Except it’s Raw Dog Entertainment (aka: R.D.E.). If you don’t know, now you know.

This track is all about “Reachin” and making things happen. It’s also about “Reachin” out, artistically, and linking it up with fellow music-makers.

JDon & Brian Rudder – Reachin ft. MDeezy [Video]-

So anyways, JDon and Rudder get in on some suave, smooth production (courtesy of Sentury Status). And then MDeezy gets in on his feature verse. Here’s a prime example of “Reachin”: MDeezy was deported. But he filmed his portion of the visuals from the Caribbean. Because geographical limitations won’t stop him from “Reachin” his video aspirations.

The visuals were shot in black-and-white (courtesy of iLLvibe Studios) to invoke feelers, and stuff. And our dudes are rapping over the phone to one another. Because MDeezy is somewhere in the Caribbean and JDon and Brian Rudder are in the freezing cold screwface capital. I have yet to see the day where some dude calls me up and starts spitting bars. But I’m keeping my fingers crossed.

Twitter: @JDonRDE | @BrianRudder | @MDoubleEZY | @SenturyStatus

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  1. JDon

    Much Respect to everyone supporting … Thank You for taking the moment to watch the video and give the constructive criticism!!! means a lot!!!

  2. Knowledge Gonzalez

    Love this vid and JDon keep it comin rawdog

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