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U’nique crafts a steady groove, adding his own flair with echoing piano chords and basslines. ”

North Carolina is turning out some really dope soulful hip-hop lately. 

-Sphere of Hip Hop 

The North Carolina producer has his own unique (pun intended) style and has provided the landscapes for a few of Da Den favorites. 

-STR8OUTDADEN 

Known for his production work for DopeHouse favorite SkyBlew, North Carolina-based producer U’nique Music decides to show off his penchant for his carefully-crafted boardwork 

-2DopeBoyz 

U'nique waxes ambitious over some powerful string-loop production. 

-DJ Booth 

U’nique crafts a steady groove, adding his own flair with echoing piano chords and basslines. 

-Waffle & Vibes

Raise Up:­ The World is Our Gym keenly documents the transformation of its vibrant subculture from its NYC beginnings to international competitions. Along the way we learn, no matter which way the branches of the tree grows, it's strength remains rooted in social awareness, community building and youth empowerment.

Raise Up:­ The World is Our Gym keenly documents the transformation of its vibrant subculture from its NYC beginnings to international competitions. Along the way we learn, no matter which way the branches of the tree grows, it's strength remains rooted in social awareness, community building and youth empowerment.

HOOPS AFRICA: UBUNTU MATTERS is a collection of stories that celebrates the past, present, and future of basketball in Africa, spotlighting the sport’s impact on society and its development on the continent. From the dreams of a young Zimbabwean player to honoring the NBA legends who paved the way before him, this film journeys through the growth of the game in Africa.  Centering on basketball nonprofit Hoops 4 Hope in South Africa and Zimbabwe, this documentary uncovers the role the African philosophy of Ubuntu played in the Boston Celtics’ 2008 NBA Championship season and also documents the historic 2015 NBA Africa Game.

HOOPS AFRICA: UBUNTU MATTERS is a collection of stories that celebrates the past, present, and future of basketball in Africa, spotlighting the sport’s impact on society and its development on the continent. From the dreams of a young Zimbabwean player to honoring the NBA legends who paved the way before him, this film journeys through the growth of the game in Africa. Centering on basketball nonprofit Hoops 4 Hope in South Africa and Zimbabwe, this documentary uncovers the role the African philosophy of Ubuntu played in the Boston Celtics’ 2008 NBA Championship season and also documents the historic 2015 NBA Africa Game.

By Any Other Name: An Exploration of Afro-Amerindian Heritage is a documentary film that discusses the interactions between Africans and American Indians from in the United States, with an emphasis on the state of Georgia in the 18th through the 20th Centuries.

By Any Other Name: An Exploration of Afro-Amerindian Heritage is a documentary film that discusses the interactions between Africans and American Indians from in the United States, with an emphasis on the state of Georgia in the 18th through the 20th Centuries.