Video Director Rik Cordero on the 5 Songs He Keeps in Rotation

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Download DJBooth's new App, The PLUG Music has the power to inspire an ordinary man to do extraordinary things, so wouldn’t you love to know what music extraordinary people are listening to? What music inspires those who inspire us? It’s in that spirit that we’re launching a new series, “In Rotation,” which will take you inside the headphones of some of the world most creative people and list five tracks they’re listening to right now.

First up is award-winning filmmaker and video director Rik Cordero, whose unique visual style has found him creating must-watch visuals for everyone from The Roots to Nas and everyone in between.

To see what songs inspire Cordero, check out his In Rotation list via GreenLabelSound right now.

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