Tag Archives: TR Love

In Street Concentration Album Documentary & Trailer – TR Love

Footage capturing the making of Ultramagnetic MC’s legend TR Love’s new album “In Street Concentration” dropping via Pritt Kalsi’s King Of The Beats label.

Ultra Sevens Series – TR Love

Pritt Kalsi footage of TR Love discussing his new seven-inch release of the rare Paul C. mix of “Ain’t It Good To You” which was of course featured in its original form on the Ultramagnetic’s classic 1988 album “Critical Beatdown”.

New Joint – Ultramagnetic MC’s

Ultramagnetic MC’s – “Let Them Bars Go!” (@MCsUltra / 2013)

Typically random visuals from TR Love, Ced-Gee and Kool Keith.

Bronx Science – Ultramagnetic MC’s

Tim Westwood digs in his Capital Radio vaults to dust off this vintage 1990 performance from the legendary Ultramagnetic MC’s at London’s Dingwalls venue.

Big Shots On The East Coast – Ultramagnetic MC’s

1993 “Yo! MTV Raps” interview footage of Fab 5 Freddy discussing the science behind Ultramagnetic MC’s as the Bronx group released their third album “The Four Horsemen”.

The Beat Is So Funky… – Ultramagnetic MC’s

1993 footage of Ultras performing their 80s classic “Ego Trippin'” in San Francisco at Dave Paul’s Bomb Party.

New Joint – Ultramagnetic Foundation

Ultramagnetic Foundation ft. Fred Beanz – “My Life” (Black Pegasus / 2011)

Video directed by the UK’s Pritt Kalsi and taken from the album “Ultra Laboratory Stories”.

King Of The Beats – Casanova Rud / Ultramagnetic MCs / Minnesota / Psycho Les

Trailer for Pritt Kalsi’s new film “King Of The Beats NYC” featuring golden-age producers such as Ultramagnetic members TR Love and Moe Love, Psycho Les of The Beatnuts, Minnesota of Money Boss Players and Casanova Rud.

Critical Condition – Ultramagnetic MC’s

GrandGood.Com footage of legendary Bronx bombers Ultramagnetic MC’s performing classics from their seminal 1988 album “Critical Beatdown” at Brooklyn’s Southpaw.

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Back To The Future – Ultramagnetic MC’s

1993 footage of the Bronx bombers on Chicago’s “Hardcore Reports” cable television show.