‘WHO’S TO BLAME’ (2009) – Music video
‘WHO’S TO BLAME’ is part of ‘NOT ON THESE STREETS’, a weapons awareness online resource strand created by Access moving Image and the young people of Leeds. The strand consists of music videos and documentary films exploring the issue of gun & knife crime viewable online.
The whole project is dedicated to the memory of our friend, Pat Regan - the brightest light in the campaign against gun and knife crime.
PLEASE JOIN THE FACEBOOK GROUP (NOT ON THESE STREETS) MAKE A COMMENT, INVITE ALL YOUR FRIENDS!
GO TO THE MYSPACE.COM/NOTONTHESESTREETS PAGE TO DOWNLOAD THE TRACKS BY CAG AND OTHER LEEDS ARTISTS FOR FREE!
LISTEN TO THE TRACKS, PASS THEM ON BY BLUETOOTH ON YOUR MOBILE, AND PASS ON THE MESSAGE!
This is an online resource of films exploring gun & knife crime that can be used by schools, community groups, educational groups, and anyone else who wishes to use the films to support a weapons awareness event.
WATCH THE FILMS ON TV ON: CHANNELU/ AKA (Sky 370) THE COMMUNITY CHANNEL (Sky 539, Virgin 233, Freeview 87) CURRENT TV (Sky 183. Virgin 155)
‘WHO’S TO BLAME’ is a music promo that we completed as part of a DVD-based weapons awareness project. It was commissioned by Leeds City Council and co-financed by ourselves at the start of 2008. It's a great video that really makes a statement about gun crime.
The project was born out of our desire to provide targeted participants with a programme of activity that could help them improve upon their existing ICT skills, whilst collaborating to produce a resource for weapons awareness practitioners within the community, as well as supporting emerging musical artists from around the city.
The beats were produced by J - MILLION (Jemal Cohen). All artists collaborating on the track are part of the Leeds based urban music collective CAG (Cover All Grounds). CAG are K-One, J-Million, Dreadman, and J Bravo. CAG are an innovative collective who have collaborated on tracks with Witty Boy and other up and coming British urban artists. Biographies of all the featured artists along with a free downloadable MP3 of the track can be found on our myspace page:
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