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All Of The Artists in Fabolous' Art Basel Music Video, "Life Is So Exciting"

Way back in December 2012, rappers Fabolous, Pusha T, and a whole flock of models stormed the streets of Miami alongside Jon J and David Cabrera, to film the "Life Is So Exciting" music video.

In four lightning fast minutes of flashing cuts, the work of over 25 artists appeared. It's a love letter to Miami culture -- not just the out-of-town pieces that travel to our galleries for Art Basel, but the home-grown street art scene as well. If you haven't seen it yet, it's worth a look -- and if you have already checked it out, now you can watch it again and put artists' names to the works featured in the video.

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0:00 - 0:15 - Estria, Prime, and Trek6's Aloha wall

0:16 - Os Gemeos, Wynwood Kitchen and Bar, Futura, Wynwood Walls

0:22 - Sharktoof, Wood Tavern

0:23 - Omen

0:24 - Dabs, Myla, Craola, Witnes

0:24 - Zombie Mona Lisa

0:32 - Omen

0:35 - Gamma Gallery

0:36 - 95 Wall

0:42 - Ape, man, ET

0:53 - Trek6, Prime, Estria

0:55 - Heist

0:56 - Retna

1:16 - Craola, Dabs, Myla, Witnes

1:44 - HecOne

1:48: Ruben Ubiera's Pop-Up Piano

1:56 - Jona Cerwinske

We've managed to name most, but still need your help. Let us know who we've missed in the comments and we'll add 'em in.

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