Stephen the Levite – Frienemies feat. JGivens & Tragic Hero [@dawhiSTLeblower @Pray4JGivens @TragicHeroMusic]


Stephen the Levite – Frienemies feat. JGivens & Tragic Hero

It’s finally here! Stephen the Levite’s “Frenemies” video, featuring JGivens and Tragic Hero, shows the trio’s hilariously-acted attempts to mimic Flavor Flav, Puff Daddy, Ma$e, N.W.A., Run DMC, Dipset, Kid n’ Play and more.

If you know anything about Hip Hop in the 80’s, 90’s and early 2000’s, you’ll relate to this visual treatment by Scout’s Honor Media Co. on so many levels.

Though it is funny–very funny– it isn’t just silliness. The video shows the way Stephen the Levite—real name, Darrell Bell—once responded to Hip Hop as a culture-controlled trend-follower, rather than a counter-cultural Christ-follower.

The five-minute video features everything from break dancing to pop locking, swinging nun chucks to DJ’s scratching turntables—a spot-on portrayal of the times.

Get into it and enjoy!

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Official music video for “Frienemies” performed by Stephen the Levite, JGivens and Tragic Hero.

Taken from Stephen’s most recent release, “Can I Be Honest?”

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