Mirage the Gr8 and myself have had a several year working relationship, and an even longer friendship. The music video commissions he sends my way have made me a better editor and creator, in my opinion. As the previous decade was coming to a close and 2020 was on the horizon, I envisioned myself making a documentary project of some kind, so when Mirage proposed his idea for The Rhythm Still Plays, a documentary celebrating the 20-year anniversary of his Good Vibe Records release Life Is A Rhythm (L.I.A.R.), I was all in. I knew that it would be an important reflection of a big moment in the careers of he and Tee Double, but I had no idea that it would turn out to be a solid reflection of the era in Austin hip-hop that was the most inspirational for me as a young man. Sit back, enjoy, leave a like and a comment if you dig it, and share it around for everyone to see!