SUPRA Shreds the Concrete Jungle for Its "Residency in NYC" Video

Featuring Erik Ellington, Jim Greco, Lizard King, Lucien Clarke and more.

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SUPRA boasts one of the most badass crews around and now the team is back with its latest video. Recapping its recent stint in the Big Apple, SUPRA’s “Residency in NYC” video — presented by none other than Thrasher — the nine-and-a-half-minute piece features shredding from the likes of Erik Ellington, Jim Greco, Lizard King, Dane Vaughn, Oscar Candon, Boo Johnson, Sascha Daley, Lucien Clarke and Pat Rumney. Shot by Alan Hannon and Grant Schubert with additional filming and direction from Dennis Martin, “Residency in NYC” even kicks off with Biggie’s debut single.

Enjoy the nearly ten minutes of Concrete Jungle goodness above.

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