The above trailer is a snapshot of my documentary Hip Hop & the Mixtape Culture. Soon to be released and independently distributed.
Featuring Historian Dr Hakim Adi, Professor of Music Alex Seago & Critic, NME Journalist Beatles expert Paul Du Noyer.
I love Hip Hop its apart of my conditioning.
Hip Hop & the Mixtape Culture looks at the United States. It describes how music and dance migrated with the people.
The Documentary discusses the influence of modern day media and methods of communication. Hip Hop’s connections and how the genre had to translate itself in order to be heard. From unspoken to spoken.
Young people globally are frustrated due to a lack of opportunity. Hip Hop is their voice and a diplomatic tool, a tool which is blossoming.
The oral tradition is a part of a global network not unique to any race or demographic. The black Atlantic’s influence on Hip Hop and the rise of British Hip Hop is considered.
Hip Hop & the Mixtape Culture examines the genres potential and influence in modern day society.