Tag Archives: DehDinPoik Entertainment

Ken Ring – Änglabarn (Video)

Ken Ring, who recently moved to Kenya, has released a new video to the track “Änglabarn” from his album “Hip Hop”

The track is produced by PabloPaz for DehDinPoik and the video is filmed by Natanael Goldman and edited by Kamisol.

Ken is training a soccer team in Kenya called K.R.A.C.K United and if you’re interested in helping them out financially or by sending soccer gear you can find more info on his blog.

MBFIMG Challenge #3 – Follow Me

Pato Pooh - Follow Me ft. Adam Tensta (Bum Bill Remix)

Pato Pooh’s new video “Follow Me ft. Adam Tensta” as we wrote about in the last post already has +20 000 views at YouTube. In other words, it is not only we at TSD that digs Pato’s new joint.

Top Streetwear, MBFIMG and Deh Din Poik has put up a remix-challenge for the single, one for rappers and one for producers. The challenge goes on for 48hours and it’s all about most views at YouTube and points from a jury. You can read the entire rules over at MBFIMG.com

I haven’t checked out all the remixes yet, + 110 contributions but I have to give some shine to one of the contesters. The producer Bum Bill Beats, who used to be a part of the duo “Pikturez & Bum Bill“, has put together a really dope remix. If you like the remix you should also check out their old mixtape “Urbanized Konfusion“! Peep the remix below.

Go check out all remixes at www.mybestfriendismygrind.com and spread the ones you like. Remember, views matters!

Pato Pooh – Follow Me ft Adam Tensta


Last night Pato Pooh had the releaseparty for his banging new single and musicvideo “Follow Me” (at Berns) which is featured by no other than Adam Tensta. And today the video has it’s premiere over att Aftonbladet.se!

“Follow Me” is  produced by Jeff “Gameboii” Roman (DDP) and the video is directed by Mace Frost and his team which gives you that smashing old classic video game vibe. It’s released through DehDinPoik Entertainment and RMH Entertainment.

” I keep telling em that I’mma bringin’ it back – back to the future “

Edit: The video is now available at YouTube as well, so we embedded it in this post – but it’s still available at Aftonbladet.