On of the most anticipated documentaries of the year, DEMOS Documentary will be screened for the first time at the Grammy Museum, February 4, 2013 from 10am -2pm. The screening will be follow immediately by a Q&A session with the film’s director, Kareem Fort and a few special panelists.
DEMOS is a full length documentary that educates emerging hip-hop independent artists by providing insight and inspiration toward a successful music career as an invaluable and unprecedented resource for this fast-growing, wide-spread demographic. Industry veterans along with well-established indie artists share their experience, advice and techniques for navigating within the music industry.
From tried and true advice about branding, passion, being an artist, to submitting content to media outlets, DEMOS provides a full spectrum of reliable knowledge, answering the questions on every up and coming artist’s mind. With an original soundtrack and score throughout the film, each question asked is met with a thorough explanation from a collection of well-known industry executives, media outlets, management teams and successful artists, covering the full span of hip hop music culture. DEMOS features a full line-up of exciting artists including Black Thought of The Roots, Talib Kweli, Naughty by Nature, Freeway, Carl Choi, DJ Quik, Marley Marl, Rapper Big Pooh, Da Beatminerz, Hopsin, Skyzoo, Mack 10, NoI.D., Planet Asia and many more.
For more info log on to www.demosdocumentary.com or contact Sebastien Elkouby at firstname.lastname@example.org