What a great video. This documentary shows how invasive cameras are when they are in your face, and how it makes people feel. I can't imagine being a celebrity. We all want fame, but at what cost? Privacy is so important to us all. I know in my own life, I love being able to … Continue reading THE FAME TRAP | An MB Documentary
A music-driven short film presented as a visual prelude to Alicia Keys' sixth studio album, Here. Keys pays tribute to the communities that raised her in four slice-of-life segments depicting the coming of age experience in New York City. *Tribeca Film Festival 2016 Premiere *New York Times Pop Critic Pick –– The Playlist *2017 One … Continue reading Alicia Keys (Short Film) – “The Gospel”
Short film by Nas for his latest album "NASIR" https://shop.nasirjones.com/products/nas-vinyl-digital-album
1Xtra's Ace hosts an exclusive Q&A from the premier of film 'Yardie', chatting to Idris Elba on his directorial debut, and cast members Aml Ameen and Shantol Jackson. Watch the trailer below
I could not sleep last night, so I stayed up and created a video about my love for God. As you may know, I have studied spirituality for many years and I even created a blog and radio show about it. The only problem I had was that I did all of these wonderful things … Continue reading Let your love for God give you a fruitful life. Inspiration video.
Ash sat down with Spike Lee to talk cops, Kanye, and why an honest racist is better than a respectable liberal. BLACKkKkLANSMAN is in UK cinemas on 24th August. Would you rather be around someone who is open about their racist views, or someone who hides them? We all have prejudices against each other, but … Continue reading Ash Sarkar Meets Spike Lee | BLACKkKLANSMAN
We had a short visit to New Orleans this year, but we were able to grab a few videos here and there of the city including this tribute for Aretha Franklin in Treme. The people were singing loud with so much passion and love for Aretha. The entire day was filled with emotions and the … Continue reading Aretha Franklin second line tribute – Treme, New Orleans