Rap music videos have warped my perception of the world. After years of watching clips like "Big Pimpin'" and "Tip Drill," my thoughts have become infested with half-naked girls who tug around gargantuan asses. It's so bad, it's hard for me to even see a normal lady without imagining what she'd look like doused in the golden showers of a Cristal bottle or picturing myself swiping my Chase ATM card through her cavernous butt crack. Given my rap-addled condition, you can see why I took an interest in Brian Finke's ongoing photo project, Hip-Hop Honeys featured in the gallery above. In the project, Brian has been documenting the women who populate rap videos, enabling us all to have another perspective on the girls who gyrate what their mamas gave them for rappers. Brian's work is an elegant look at a genre of film that is simultaneously beautiful and grotesque, liberating and misogynistic, and artistic and exploitative. The renowned photographer, who's had his work featured in publications like the New Yorker and GQ and has published four stellar photo books, got pretty weirded out by my request. Since then, it has become one of the only major casting agencies in NYC dedicated to urban models for music videos.
They walked into his room and he shut the door, closing the mess of the after party behind him and turning to look to Amy, smiling shyly as she eyed him.
Well. he asked, grinning knowingly.
Dutch & Spade - If You Want It What are the names of the girls? wack these lesbians are so lovely Well Perne, for the entertainment of we porn consumers Its hip hop. these people love to waste money and throw money no women and dump out champagne on everyone and make R Kelly Rap operas and be like Nelly and sing about runners or throw Rhianna around.