Video: Bavu Blakes "Go Blaze"

Conversing over coffee at the Waffle House

Crew54 has stayed steady on the grind since our last visit. Along with producing the weekly 54 Reality Show, the Killeen duo's Dookie Vizion Productions directed Bavu Blakes latest “Go Blaze,” featuring Ter'ell Shahid, from his forthcoming Picnic Extra Plair EP. That scene from Waffle House seriously has my stomach rumbling and longing for a good old fashioned family road trip.


As a bonus feature, here's the latest episode of Crew54's 54 Reality Show.


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