In an effort to capture and show the changing face of health, wellness, and environmental sustainability, Broccoli City in association with the California Endowment has created “The Broccoli” documentary series. [Read more…]
A special thanks to everyone who contributed to the video (Pharrell Williams, Cooper Sierra, Romarius LaMon, Jon Genius, DP, DJ Frank Nitty, DJ Trixx, DJ MG, DJ Showtime, Spotlight Ent., Keith Claytor & Brettnee Nelson of Time Frozen Photography, Mom (Migdalia Narvaez), Deborah Davila, Surrita Harris, Shirley Narvaez, Tatianna Bennifield, Everyone at Manhattan Community Board 9, Danielle Chase, Fatal of the Paperboys, Cam Fletcher, Ty Brown, MusicKidd
Summer Short Set, a branded entertainment series
Episode 6: The Woman From Bushburg (A Portrait)
Roberta Flack, “Angelitos Negros”
Jay Z & Kanye West, “N*ggas in Paris”
Angelitos Negros (English Translation)
“Painter, you that paint your land, / if you want to paint your heaven, / when you’re painting little angels, / remember where you’re from; / and beside the blond angel / and next to the brunette angel, / even if the Virgin is white, / paint me black little angels.”
The Marcus Graham Project is a national network of diverse professionals that have purposed themselves in developing the next generation of thought leadership within the advertising, media and marketing industry.
The mission is to identify, expose, mentor and train ethnically diverse men and women between the ages of 16 and 34 in all aspects of the media industry, including advertising, entertainment and marketing.
The vision of the Marcus Graham Project (MGP) is to provide long-term access to information, technology, financial and people resources that will strategically develop a viable pool of talent and leadership within the industry.
The video is a first look at where the young people will be living during the Marcus Graham Project’s Boot Camp to inspire and lead in the advertising world.
Demond Meek and Jon Genius collaborated on a shoot for Sacred Heart Collections. 48 hr turnaround.
SPECIAL THANKS : BRANDON McEACHERN, GREG WHITEHEAD (BC) Cole Froelich, Sophia Danica EspaÃ±ola, Rudy, Kinnery, and the rest of the team (HIP HOP CONGRESS)…..NOT HAVE BEEN POSSIBLE WITHOUT YOU.
MONET VINSON, SLAV KHADYBA, SCOTT DAVIDSON, JON GENIUS(www.jongenius.com), ADAM (ALL$INALL$OUT) BRANDON BANKS (www.eazeest.com)
TO ALL PANEL MEMBERS, AND UCLA STUDENTS…THANK YOU.
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UCLAs Hip Hop Congress and Broccoli City Organic Lifestyle presents an intellectually stimulating panel discussion that explores the materialistic, misogynistic, and violent images portrayed in hip hop music videos. A celebrity hip hop-affiliated panel will be present to contribute their opinions on these important social issues.
To raise much-needed financial support for earthquake-ravaged Haiti, D.C.â€™s rap frontrunner Wale and Raheem DeVaughn friends performed at theÂ 9:30 Club. Featuring other hot metro-area artists D.C. Don Juan, Tabi Bonney, Phil Ade, XO, Kingpen Slim, and hosted by Chris Cole.Â
Part 2: Back Stage Interviews with Raheem, Phil Ade, and Kingpen Slim coming soon atÂ broccolicity.com!
THE EVENT RAISED A LITTLE OVER 30k, DONATED TO YÃ©le HaitiÂ
BC also celabrated MLK DAY at Policy DC
Organic Lifestlye Group
A Jon Genius x BC Production
Green Period,The event will serve as the launch of concepts developed by The Marcus Graham Project’s Summer Brand Boot Camp.(A development initiative focused on the next generation of leadership in the marketing, media, advertising & entertainment field.) Program participants have been tasked to develop a campaign for their client, BROCCOLI CITY.