New Season of the Scion AV All Purpose Show, Hit-Boy, Chase N. Cashe, Drop the Lime

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A new season of the Scion AV All Purpose Show kicks off with visits from Hit-Boy, Chase N. Cashe, Drop the Lime and many more. Host Prince Paul and the whole Ill Out Crew are back to their usual tricks in the first episdoe of the show’s second season.

Paul gets things going with interviews with Hit-Boy and Chase N. Cashe, two young producers from the Surf Club crew who already have major credits to their name and are now making a go at it on their own as rappers. Next up is Drop the Lime of the Trouble & Bass crew who explains to Paul how he’s balancing out his loves of dance music and classic rock & roll.

Levi Maestro then introduces the new segment, “My iQ,” where he speaks with someone from the art and fashion worlds while cruising in a Scion iQ. His first guest is Valerie Julian of the Las Vegas and Los Angeles boutique Fruition.

All Purpose Show field correspondent Lloydski then reports back from the Scion Offsite in Marfa, Texas, where Scion brought together an array of creative business owners to discuss how they appeal to their consumers. Luminaries John Waters and George Clinton came by offer their stories.

To close things out, skate legend Sal Barbier stopped by the Scion Rock Show in Los Angeles to catch up with So Cal’s heavy heroes Fu Manchu, while Slick Rick Rivera paid a visit to the Scion AV Installation space to see Jermaine Rogers’ show “Comfort for the Desperate Children.”

Be on the lookout for extended segments and more news on everything Scion AV will be doing in 2014.

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