NY Times Magazine Premieres Theophilus London’s Latest

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New York Times Magazine premiered Theophilus London's new video for the single "I Stand Alone" yesterday. The video was styled and conceptualized by Theophilus himself and directed by the up-and-coming production duo of Harrison Boyce and Nathaniel Brown of Boyce & Brown.

"Thanks to a number of artists, rap feels new again in 2011. And the 24 year-old Theophilus London is one of the biggest reasons for this." - New York Times Magazine.

"I Stand Alone" Video

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Theophilus remains a busy man. He's currently on the road with Big Boi in Australia. When he gets back, he'll be performing and DJ'ing all over NYC's Fashion Week and at Austin City Limits, then heads off for a short tour of South Africa and a few dates in France, including a week long "album of the week" engagement with Canal +. In October, he tours the US with Friendly Fires. See below for a full list of confirmed dates.

On September 13th on The CW, Theophilus London will be perform "I Stand Alone" on the season premiere of 90210. He'll be featured in the October issue of GQ and the November issue of Vogue. Theophilus is representing his hometown on the cover of the Fall issue of Brooklyn Magazine and will also appear on the cover of the next issue of reputable hip-hop lifestyle magazine Wax Poetics.

Back on August 20th in Austin, Theophilus London kicked off Dell and Intel's Special Engagements, a new global concert series on Noisey.com. This once in a life time show was beamed to fans live around the world. Leading up to the event fans took to Facebook and Twitter to call the shots, including voting on a never-before-released remix Theophilus would premiere during his set. The winner was "I Stand Alone (Gigamesh Sunlight Remix)." To watch the Director's Cut of Special Engagements with Theophilus London go to: http://www.Noisey.com/SpecialEngagements