Jelly Jells on the Lower East Side for “Downtown King” [Video]

Posted on: August 20th, 2010 at 2:09 pm by

The Lower East Side receives an anthem of sorts in “Downtown King,” courtesy of Jelly Jells and Fab 5 Freddy.  Neighborhood landmarks and luminaries including Billy Leroy, the busted Shepard Fairey mural, and Sara D. Roosevelt Park amongst others, are all featured prominently in the music video.

Check it out:

[Via Grub St]

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  • bfreed

    Love this!!

  • guest

    garbage

  • Ronnyles

    WOW COOL throwback!

  • Leroy7

    Love it !