MIC DROP: The Culture of Christian Hip Hop First CHH Documentary in Theaters to Debut in Nashville
MIC DROP chronicles the culture and journey of Christian Hip Hop from its inception to its present-day millennial influence that has caught fire once-again as a “grassroots movement” among indie artists and fans all over the world. This spring, executive producer Michael-Anthony Taylor, Black Lava Films and Ergon Entertainment present MIC DROP: The Culture of Christian Hip Hop. Chronicling a grassroots movement that has only recently implanted itself within mainstream music, MIC DROPillustrates the origin story of Christian Hip Hop (CHH). “I’m so humbled by the fact that I can be a catalyst for something that has been attempted on various occasions over the years,” says the film’s writer and director Darius West. “A documentary about Christian Hip Hop does more than just shine a light on a once totally underground phenomenon, it gives a completely new voice to the Hip Hop community.”
Featuring CHH pioneers, as well as next generation believers and creators, MIC DROPdocuments a dream becoming tangible at one of the genre’s centers of conception— Dallas, TX. However, CHH has caught fire globally, and it shows no sign of slowing down. The climate is changing for young people of faith, and the ways that CHH has already redefined Hip Hop culture are finally being embraced. From Lecrae to Kanye West, Rap’s frontrunners are paving the way for worship music to not only be accepted, but commercially coveted. Christian Hip Hop is officially a part of music history, and MIC DROP is the first testament of its kind. MIC DROP: The Culture of Christian Hip Hop will make its debut at a private screening at Belcourt Theatre in Nashville, TN on May 28, 2020, followed by pop-up screenings nationwide. For more, visit www.micdropthemovie.com.
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