Project Blowed’s Open Mike Eagle Channels All Of The The Cosby Show Intros (Video)

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From that Freestyle Fellowship-launched Project Blowed camp (Aceyalone, Myka 9, Volume 10, Ganjha K, Abstract Rude, Skee-Lo, etc.), Open Mike Eagle is one of the newer artists. Down with Busdriver and 2Mex, California’s O.M.E. (who hails from Chicago originally) is known for bombastic deliveries, precise technical flows, and a sardonic view of life that makes him resonate with a growing pocket of fans.

For “A History Of Modern Dance,” Mike kicks his essay while interpolating the visuals from the various iterations of “The Cosby Show” intros. The tongue-in-cheek concept plays nicely against the lyrical display:

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