Damian “Jr. Gong” Marley – Stony Hill to Addis – Documentary


Damian Marley and Tidal just released a beautiful short film documentary showcasing his return trip to Africa with some pretty amazing visuals, tour footage and interviews! Pushing the family legacy forever forward, Stony Hill to Addis is awe-inspiring to say the least! Check it out now!

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Lubiana – King Of My Kingdom

Lubiana has a beautiful single out on itunes called King Of My Kingdom that i am currently streaming and adding to my playlist (you should too)… Mostly known for her acoustic and jazz background, she’s doing things a little different on this release but maintains the soul in her signature vocals while lacing more of an electronic/alternative R&B sound. Enjoy~

 

Travel Gang – Caught Up

Travel Gang pioneer Cnoteshce recently dropped the visuals for the confessional type relationship track entitled Caught UP! This hip hop/R&B groove features the lovely Devin Keating on the hook, and was filmed in stunning 4K by the one and only Jordan Johnson for J Angel Visuals. Be sure to follow Travel Gang, Cnoteshce and J Angel Visuals on facebook and subscribe to Cnoteshce & J Angel Visuals on youtube in order to stay up to date with all of the latest heat from the Truth Camp! Music Photography & Film Collective!  Enjoy~

Travel Gang – Can’t Stay Here

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Check out the visuals for Travel Gang’s latest release Can’t Stay Here featuring Devin Keating! Word around the music web is that Cnoteshce & Devin are working on a fresh new collab EP!  If this new groove/teaser is any reflection of what’s to come, these rising independents should definitely be on your discovery music radar!! One take directed by  J Angel Visuals ..them Phantom 4 Pro views got the squad looking effortlessly epic over the landscape of good music~ iCrownDope

Watch Shake The Dust Online | Vimeo On Demand

Shake The Dust
“From executive producer and rapper Nasir “Nas” Jones and journalist-turned-filmmaker Adam Sjöberg, Shake the Dust chronicles the influence of breakdancing, exploring how it strikes a resonant chord in the slums, favelas and ghettos of the world and far beyond. Showcasing some of the most jaw-dropping breakdancing moves ever committed to film, Shake the Dust is an inspiring tribute to the uplifting power of music and movement.”

Shake the Dust – Trailer from BOND Strategy & Influence on Vimeo.

“Into the Light” Featuring Jay Electronica [Trailer]

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Get your popcorn, fruits & veggies ready… Into The Light is on the way and brought to us by Mass Appeal the  (authoritative voice of the ever-broadening urban experience). This should be dope! The ever intriguing story of
“Jay Electronica is full of mystery, and like a magician, his character lends itself to new ways of seeing things that would seem impossible to many. Several years ago, Jay and I traveled to the other side of the Earth. We left a piece of ourselves there. In exchange, we brought back something entirely new, and the images that follow are a glimpse into that magic for everyone who’s curious.Traveling across strange lands, we were invited to attend sacred ceremonies of sacrifice and parading celebrations of ancient descent. We trekked together towards the horizon and explored crowded monasteries, solitary mountain top temples, slums of filthy laughing children, and rivers running with blood and flower petals. I documented as Jay walked a river of burning human bodies. We crash landed a helicopter in the Himalayas, and he delivered rice and clean water to a school in a refugee tent city. The result was a collage of movements and emotion.

The experience in itself was a perfect circle. A question with no answers. Full of laughter and tears, but no love story or plot twists. We searched for absolute truth in life, and the only undeniable answer we found was death.

Since returning, I have been working on a film based on this journey called Into the Light. It is experimental in form and best described as a meditation in un-learning. A movement in seeing without watching, hearing without listening, and the brave exploration of spirit. I look forward to sharing this film soon.”