Levi Maestro documents the events leading up to Nigel Sylvester’s release party at Hotel on Rivington. Lately, Hotel on Rivington has been the place for a lot of recent events. It is a dope ass venue though.
This episode right here has been in the works for a LONG time. Last week, completely unplanned I got to shoot Tim and his friend Jan while in London. Usually when I compile my episodes I’ll start cutting sequences together to a song and that’ll be that, done deal. Well, with this piece it went a little different. I cut selects and laid a song just for reference and it was so perfect that I didn’t imagine I would replace it until I played this Public Enemy over it. I take pride a lot of times in combining things that rarely would come together in another medium. When I watch this and listen to the lyrics it actually makes perfect sense and surprisingly brought tears to my eyes a few times. This lifestyle, these videos, the stories that I tell….sometimes the thought of it becomes mundane but the fight never does. Through being hassled, sterotyped, misunderstood, or whatever the struggle may be, the message remains loud, we are continuing to love the way we live and to live the way we love. There’s a lot of time, energy, and heart put into something that becomes great.
Maestro keeps the hits coming!
In this episode of Maestro Knows follow Levi to Minneapolis where he catches up with Kevin Love for the Timberwolves last game of the season. From gambling at Manny’s for breakfast, to Kevin’s workout, shootaround with Diddy, running into BJ The Chicago Kid, and Maestro being awarded his own official NBA jersey this serves as the longest episode of Maestro Knows yet. Watch to see if he finally got his dunk!
Make sure you get your asses there!
Levi Maestro has a new venture that he would like to share with you. Its in the form of public speaking. We are witnessing a greater Tony Robbins.
More escapades with Maestro and the Surf Club.
New episodes to come? Niiiiice.
The title says it all. By the way Dom Kennedy’s new mixtape prepares you for that west coast summer. Although, I leave on the east coast, one could imagine.
In this episode check out Maestro & his friend Hit-Boy as they make their way from NYC to LA to Fontana, CA. From making stops at Famous Dave’s, to playing football in the front yard, to breaking down the making down the making of Kanye West’s “Christmas In Harlem” this episode serves a true depiction of young men hard at work.