"Will you stand and fight, cuz the revolution has a soundtrack..." - Merc the Big Body Benz
The latest visuals brought to you by the collaborative video production of Can It Productions and Law10 Creative Haus. "Slumber/Double Jeopardy" takes it's viewer on a 2 part exploration through the defiance and revolution towards the current social landscape, channeling the spirit of the ancestral efforts towards social equality and justice during the civil rights era, as not much has seemed to change heading into 2017.
Time to Wake Up. Salute to the life of the ancestor Fred Hampton, on this day. Ase.
Special thanks to Kufikiri Imara, poet and writer of the opening piece, "Saga of the Struggle," Cheryl Bonaparte for her reflective monologue of her experience of the creation and rise of the original Black Panther movement, and to the supporting black owned businesses featured:
Ian's Coffee Shop, Inc.
Word Up Cafe
And to all those starring in this special musical production.
You can find "Slumber," produced by Thre3, on PATH P's sophomore album, INDIGO, available on www.pathpmusic.com, Soundcloud, iTunes, Tidal, Google Play, Spotify and other online retailers.
Find "Double Jeopardy" by PATH P & Merc the Big Body Benz, produced by Chris Prythm, currently on Soundcloud.com.
"Black Privilege" Snapback caps courtesy of C.A.N.V.A.S www.canvasraw.com