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Wednesday, February 9, 2011

Richie Cunning On Tour with Hieroglyphics: Now Captured in a Silly Video

Posted By on Wed, Feb 9, 2011 at 8:13 AM

click to enlarge Richie Cunning, coming to you from a truckstop somewhere near Yuma.
  • Richie Cunning, coming to you from a truckstop somewhere near Yuma.
So by now you know we're fans of up-and-coming S.F. rapper Richie Cunning -- what, with us having him throw down at our little shindig last Friday and all. (Yeah, be sorry you missed it!) Well, Cunning and his crew have been on the road recently with East Bay hip-hop titans Hieroglyphics, riding around in a van to rhyme for a different city every night. The group brought local shooter Trevor Traynor along on the trip to document their truck stop candy creations and fist-pumping live shows, and recently dropped a cool mini-doc about the tour. Check it out after the jump.

Turns out Cunning and his crew are pretty funny dudes:


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