Last November 9, famous Pinoy rapper Aristotle Pollisco a.k.a. Gloc-9 released “Byaheng Pangarap,” a docu-concert that chronicled his personal hustle in the Philippine hip-hop scene. While the narrative footages felt promising, it certainly captured the journey from his humble beginnings to his struggles as an artist.
Interviews and never-before-seen clips were mostly taken from home or on the road elsewhere while riding a jeepney, the Philippines’ most popular means of public transportation. Recounting his life and music’s rich and lightheartedly complex history makes it an absolute subject for a documentary.
Gloc-9’s concept was a stroke of genius that he got people focused to songs with lyrics perfectly crafted and attention-grabbing subjectsWhen you’re hungry for a true sense of originality, you can watch and listen to this DVD album all at the same time.
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