1. The Underground Project (2015) is a documentary film that showcases emerging musicians amidst their pursuit to success while addressing the social practices that shape the culture. “Underground: Someone who sticks to themselves. If you’re underground, most likely you’re underground for a reason. Either 1, The talent is not there or 2. You’d rather portray your real meaning rather than making records and trying to make money.” These are words which could serve as a description of The Underground Project—described in the film by musician Jevon Doe. This quote provides a definition for viewers of what it means to be an emerging artist. It also presents a contrasting idea of an ideal participant within the mainstream hip hop music industry.

    This film will premiere at The Parsons Festival, May 7th at the Sheila C. Johnson Design Gallery located at 66 5th Avenue, New York, NY.

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  2. The Underground Project (2015) is a documentary film that showcases emerging musicians amidst their pursuit to success while addressing the social practices that shape the culture. It also challenges hyper-masculine standards prevalent within the mainstream hip hop music industry.

    Awards: Juror's Choice, Parsons' Senior Photography Exhibition at Thierry-Goldberg Gallery.

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