Below, you will find footage from some of Timothy’s interviews, public lectures, and performances, in addition to some of his music videos.
Tiny Desk Style Performance at temple university (The Forethought)
Published on Jan 29, 2017
Timothy Welbeck teamed up with Hype Fresh Magazine again to film a Tiny Desk-themed performance for consideration to appear on the endearing NPR series of the same name. In this snippet of his recorded performance, Timothy performs "No City for Young Men: The Forethought." The song is the introduction to Timothy Welbeck's forthcoming album entitled, No City for Young Men. The song, produced by Tone Jonez, provides compelling anecdotes from Timothy's personal narrative, and describe how they shaped him into the man he is today.
Tiny Desk Style Performance at Temple University (Rap and Ball 2.0)
Published on Feb 1, 2016
Timothy recently teamed up with Hype Fresh Magazine to film a Tiny Desk-themed performance for consideration to appear on the endearing NPR series of the same name. In this snippet of his recorded performance, Timothy performs Rap and Ball 2.0. Rap and Ball 2.0 is the compelling second single from Timothy's forthcoming album entitled, No City for Young Men. The song, produced by the incomparable Tone Jonez, challenges children and young people alike to pursue their dreams, yet to fortify that pursuit with expectations that the transcend the desire for fame. In essence, Timothy raps about the perils of only aspiring to "rap" and "play ball."
Kareem "Biggs" Burke Interview
Published on Dec 8, 2016
In the fall of 2016, Timothy interviewed Roc-A-Fella Records co-founder Kareem "Biggs" Burke in celebration of the twentieth anniversary of the release of Jay Z's Reasonable Doubt (#RD20). The two discussed his role in building a global empire, the impact of Reasonable Doubt, the pioneering nature of Roc-A-Fella Records on and off the stage, why Jay Z is the greatest rapper of all time, the role of Philadelphia in expanding the reach of the label, and much more.
Emalohi Iruobe Interview
Published on Dec 30, 2015
Attorney, poet, photographer, and entrepreneur - Emalohi Iruobe ("Ema" as she is more commonly known), founder of Aimanosi has created “beautiful, luxurious and well-fitted lingerie” for women of all shapes and sizes. Derived from Emalohi’s personal struggle to find “well-made intimate apparel while she resided in Nigeria”. HYPEFRESH's very own Timothy Welbeck sits down with Ema in this exclusive one on one chat. Check it out.
Lecrae visit to Hip-Hop and Black Culture at Temple University
Published on Nov 7, 2016
GRAMMY Award Winning hip-hop artist and New York Times best selling author Lecrae visited Timothy's Hip-Hop and Black Culture course at Temple University for an exclusive interview ranging from an array of topics: Lecrae's exponential growth over the course of the past four years, the price of fame, his measure of success, his growth and evolution as a man, his latest work, reconnecting with Sho Baraka, and much more.
Paul Lee Interview
Published on Nov 12, 2016
Timothy Welbeck introduced UBIQ's Creative Brand Director and Buyer to his Hip-Hop and Black Culture course for a one-on-one discussion exploring Paul's discovery of UBIQ, his crucial role at the company, alongside his take on hip-hop's influence on the fashion industry, hip-hop's continuous influence on culture, and whether Yeezy has jumped over Jumpman.
In Class Performance
Published on Nov 19, 2014
When Timothy's students in Hip-Hop and Black Culture learned that he raps, they asked to hear a bit of what he does. This is an excerpt of that; great times ensued.