VIDEO: UNDEREXPOSED: Indie Hip-Hop in Atlanta short film

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My entry for the 2012 Creative Loafing “ATL Short Cuts Film Contest.” Shot with a Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH2 in 720p 59.94fps. Edited in Final Cut Pro 7.

Underexposed: Indie Hip-Hop in Atlanta

Over the past two decades Atlanta’s population has exploded with a tremendous influx of transplants from cities across the nation and world, bringing with them their talents, skills, experience and individuality. As a result of its changing population, Atlanta’s indie hip-hop scene has become a large, diverse and active cross-section of artists. Yet Atlanta, as with most cities, remains to be defined primarily by its mainstream artists.

In 2009 I relocated to Atlanta with the same misconception about the independent hip-hop scene that most people have…

…there is only one type of artist and one style of music… I was wrong.


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