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Dres The Beatnik - 'Interview (At A3C - Atlanta, GA - 4/12/07)' (Interview)


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  • Released: May 16, 2007
  • Full Screen Resolution: 480x270
  • Views on UGHH: 847
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Summary

Dres The Beatnik, an Atlanta underground staple! VanStylez and Dres break down the scene in the ATL past, present, and future! Dres also shows he's packing hot fire.

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Total Comments: 4
Name: [ ] Minded (Posted: 9/28/2007 5:10:00 PM; Partial IP: .12.173.58)
Location: Atl
Comment: Give Dres some time to thro down the beatbox! He's a staple in the Atlanta scene but not for his interviewing skillz. No disrespect just want to hear that dope beat box'n!
Name: Kato (Posted: 5/28/2007 3:52:00 AM; Partial IP: 8.19.78.71)
Location: Atlanta, GA
Comment: Haha. Dres is the fuckin' man. Dres... if you're reading this, HOOK ME UP WITH A SPOT TO PERFORM AT MIC CLUB!!!
Name: Jake (Posted: 5/16/2007 8:24:00 PM; Partial IP: .16.77.146)
Location: Carlsbad New Mexico
Comment: ... I dunno Mr. VanStylez, 'U heard it all before' lol. But on tha real nice history lesson from Dres the Beatnik when it comes to the ATL Underground Scene
Name: dunn mattingly (Posted: 5/16/2007 11:08:00 AM; Partial IP: 4.99.59.52)
Location: ATL
Comment: Respect the architects, Randall Moore & Talib Shabazz! "88.5 the nation's top syndicate!" Real talk from Dres! Big ups! Datbu, Mass Influ, Micranots, and Showtime. To me, it hasn't been the same in Atlanta since those crews stopped producing records.