The Brandon Westgate New York Remix

March 28th, 2014 | 11:17 am | Video & Remixes | 5 Comments


Photo by Sean Cronan

The added bonus of watching Westgate barge through the second most populated city in North America versus, say, some desolate residential San Francisco street, is that you can literally see people rushing to get out of his way. Hard to think of a dude (besides Z obvs) who has ripped New York spots as much as Westgate has for the past half-decade, so here is a remix of all his semi-recent New York-set footage. Footage pulled from State of Mind (you video nerds should already know we couldn’t care less about stretching VX footage), his Real Street part, True East, and King of New York. Filmed by R.B. Umali.

We already went the full nonsensical #musicsupervision route by editing his Stay Gold part to 2011’s Song of the Year, so this edition opted for more conservative rap roots. But yeah, it was tough to not just scrap everything and start editing to “Peek A Boo” or something…They investigating like the Blues Clues, btw.

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Also, every person who ever visits New York for skateboard-related reasons should be required to stop by this spot and observe how utterly insane this is:


Have a good weekend. It’ll be rainy, but at least it’s warm. R.I.P. Pichilin.


Comment by TheRuggedPicturePoser
  • Great fucking edit. Uncle L is often overlooked, but he has some joints. Not to mention his acting

    March 28, 2014 @ 2:10 pm
  • Comment by deepest bluest

    March 28, 2014 @ 4:52 pm
  • Comment by JPQ
  • Which “Peek A Boo?”

    March 29, 2014 @ 8:43 am
  • Comment by glasses
  • how did you remove the songs from some of those clips? did you get the raw clips to work with or was that some Quartersnack Premiere Editing Technology at work?

    March 29, 2014 @ 12:12 pm
  • Comment by Roc
  • he does this with the original songs that are in the videos, and it just leaves the sound of the wheels.

    March 29, 2014 @ 12:17 pm
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